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Old 04-29-2009, 11:02 PM
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This is suppose to be the first of its kind; a stage5 turbine(very close to a standard Gt35R's turbine) mated to a BB GT35R with a T4 1.0 split housing. Stage5 turbines have never been available from Garrett in a T4 turbine housing. The real benefit is you can now basically a Gt35R with a more rotary friendly turbine a/r( 1.0) with a divided turbine housing. The 1.06 from Garrett for the Gt35R is not available. A 1.06 has been coming from the aftermarket, but word is they aren't available anymore. Precision might have done this( stage5 in a T4 turbine housing), but they have been open volute housings. Also check out the slick turbine discharge; should help with leaks, self centering, and is seamless inside.



We have been doing T4 Gt35R hybrids for a while, however they use much larger P trim turbine( about two steps up); comparison photo below. Response isn't as nice, however more ultimate power is obtainable. Both turbos are available BB or journal bearing.
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Originally Posted by 1Revvin7' post='921135' date='Apr 30 2009, 12:02 AM
This is suppose to be the first of its kind; a stage5 turbine(very close to a standard Gt35R's turbine) mated to a BB GT35R with a T4 1.0 split housing. Stage5 turbines have never been available from Garrett in a T4 turbine housing. The real benefit is you can now basically a Gt35R with a more rotary friendly turbine a/r( 1.0) with a divided turbine housing. The 1.06 from Garrett for the Gt35R is not available. A 1.06 has been coming from the aftermarket, but word is they aren't available anymore. Precision might have done this( stage5 in a T4 turbine housing), but they have been open volute housings. Also check out the slick turbine discharge; should help with leaks, self centering, and is seamless inside.



We have been doing T4 Gt35R hybrids for a while, however they use much larger P trim turbine( about two steps up); comparison photo below. Response isn't as nice, however more ultimate power is obtainable. Both turbos are available BB or journal bearing.


nice...any dyno graphs?
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Not yet.



New turbo is going into a 1st gen..
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I would be interested to see the power band this makes when you get it running.
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Originally Posted by 1Revvin7 View Post
This is suppose to be the first of its kind; a stage5 turbine(very close to a standard Gt35R's turbine) mated to a BB GT35R with a T4 1.0 split housing. Stage5 turbines have never been available from Garrett in a T4 turbine housing. The real benefit is you can now basically a Gt35R with a more rotary friendly turbine a/r( 1.0) with a divided turbine housing. The 1.06 from Garrett for the Gt35R is not available. A 1.06 has been coming from the aftermarket, but word is they aren't available anymore. Precision might have done this( stage5 in a T4 turbine housing), but they have been open volute housings. Also check out the slick turbine discharge; should help with leaks, self centering, and is seamless inside.



We have been doing T4 Gt35R hybrids for a while, however they use much larger P trim turbine( about two steps up); comparison photo below. Response isn't as nice, however more ultimate power is obtainable. Both turbos are available BB or journal bearing.


hey there i have a ? where do you get the blanket for your intake next to your turbo.i have a first gend but but im not sure what turbo to get for it there are two.i was looking into the T66 OR T70 turbo.can u give me some input on this thanks pedro your set up is very nice
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Originally Posted by pedro a View Post
hey there i have a ? where do you get the blanket for your intake next to your turbo.i have a first gend but but im not sure what turbo to get for it there are two.i was looking into the T66 OR T70 turbo.can u give me some input on this thanks pedro your set up is very nice


We sell them. We can make one for your first gen if you like, they are $250. We've also got other options for heat-managment( pictured below ).

I would get a To4Z( T66 ) personally. Anything bigger is just too much on a the street, you can do 500rwhp with that turbo, that is more than plenty especially in a 1st gen.
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