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Old 07-20-2010, 01:28 PM Show Printable Version Show Printable Version   Email this Post to a Friend Email this Post      #21 (permalink)
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Nice work!!! It's amazing what these turbos can do, we have one sitting on the shelf that I'm trying to decide what to put it on.

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are teh AFR's from thedyno graph accurate? If so do they match what your car's wideband is reading? Reason i ask is most people are afraid to run mid to high 12's for AFR untill they realize it knocks when rich, but i've never heard tell of some one aiming for 13.4:1 at WOT. I can't believe no one has mentioned this in this thread yet, maybe no one looked *shrugs*

If you would please fill me in about your AFR's
You're reading it wrong bud, its 12.4 not 13.4. I aim for mid 12's on E85, though another friend that day did a pull at 28 psi with a 35R where the maf was getting overrun and the afrs went into the 14's on E85 and didn't knock.

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Nice work!!! It's amazing what these turbos can do, we have one sitting on the shelf that I'm trying to decide what to put it on.

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Yah its not a bad turbo. Seems very comparible to a 3076R or a 3082.

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Mods that matter.

Eagle/Wiseco 2.0 6 bolt
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WOW I didn't notice that. did you run that pte gasket which gives the divider a radius at least?


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This gives me motivation to get crackin on my holder build. Im impressed sir.
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WOW I didn't notice that. did you run that pte gasket which gives the divider a radius at least?
No.


Just a bunch of air bouncing around and trying to be go from a big hole and be rammed into 2 smaller ones.

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nice numbers... this setup up is close to what my brother has building!!
But he has 1000cc inj. going to run 93 pump till he get bigger inj. And has a 2g head swap.. (previous owner of the motor) but this gives me sight of what he may reach!

Ill be sure to show him this!
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nice numbers...hey did you ever measure your comp wheel..i have a 7blade hx35...and am curious.

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Did you really measure it or you just assume its 56mm since your is a 7 blade? I have an Hx35 7 blade too but it only measure ~53mm ind and 78mm exd. so i think I got a 54mm/78mm wheel here High Tech Turbo . I'm thinking 56mm was typo because I never seen a 7 blade 56mm wheel replacement wheel for sale only 54mm.

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Nice work!!! It's amazing what these turbos can do, we have one sitting on the shelf that I'm trying to decide what to put it on.

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You should put it on a road race car. Preferably one in Upstate NY that is going to Watkins Glen on the 11th and 12th and is looking for a turbo to test...


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You should put it on a road race car. Preferably one in Upstate NY that is going to Watkins Glen on the 11th and 12th and is looking for a turbo to test...
I second this! I personally think the HX35 platform will be VERY competitive in road race, preferably with a proper twin scroll setup, and possibly that progressive "spool-up" device I've seen lurking in this forum . Either way, put the HOLSET in ROAD RACE!
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Wow..


Just wondering how is your feed and oil return line set up? Thanks and congrats on your numbers.

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Did you really measure it or you just assume its 56mm since your is a 7 blade? I have an Hx35 7 blade too but it only measure ~53mm ind and 78mm exd. so i think I got a 54mm/78mm wheel here High Tech Turbo . I'm thinking 56mm was typo because I never seen a 7 blade 56mm wheel replacement wheel for sale only 54mm.
Everyone says its a 56mm, so I said its a 56mm. I could give a sh!t less what mm it is. It made 508 hp on a stock 2g maf, stock head, ebay exhaust manifold, full exhaust, cat, stock IM, ebay intercooler, tons of boost leaks, 100+ degree intake temps, a chewed up compressor wheel, and only 30 psi. And trapped 129 without even trying in a full weight 2g.

It will be back at the dyno probably next year with some more mods and looking for 580+ and 135+ mph traps and mid 10's in a full weight 2g.


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Just wondering how is your feed and oil return line set up? Thanks and congrats on your numbers.
Oil feed from the OFH, .078 restrictor at the turbo, ported OFH. Factory DSM oil drain modded to fit. 15w50 Mobil 1 oil.

4k+ hard miles like this.

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The restrictor is due to no balance shafts right? Thanks for the info and keep up the good work! By the way you vids on you tube shows just how quick your car is, pretty dope.

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You should put it on a road race car. Preferably one in Upstate NY that is going to Watkins Glen on the 11th and 12th and is looking for a turbo to test...
+1

This would be a perfect turbo for one lap of america and would be real interesting put against the old fp3052 you ran the past two seasons.

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Everyone says its a 56mm, so I said its a 56mm. I could give a sh!t less what mm it is. It made 508 hp on a stock 2g maf, stock head, ebay exhaust manifold, full exhaust, cat, stock IM, ebay intercooler, tons of boost leaks, 100+ degree intake temps, a chewed up compressor wheel, and only 30 psi. And trapped 129 without even trying in a full weight 2g.

It will be back at the dyno probably next year with some more mods and looking for 580+ and 135+ mph traps and mid 10's in a full weight 2g.

Oil feed from the OFH, .078 restrictor at the turbo, ported OFH. Factory DSM oil drain modded to fit. 15w50 Mobil 1 oil.

4k+ hard miles like this.
This is all most impressive.
I have a 7-blade HX35 that I plan on fully twin-scrolling.
Borg Warner is introducing a new series of turbos in the next few days.
If the price is right on these new Borg Warner's, the HX35 will be up for sale!


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Im getting ready to put my HX35 on in the next twio weeks... i just ordered the rest of the parts i need to install. i cant wait!


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The restrictor is due to no balance shafts right? Thanks for the info and keep up the good work! By the way you vids on you tube shows just how quick your car is, pretty dope.
There's a few other vids on youtube of me running a few cars. Search for Steevo vs Nitrobasher or Steevo vs Shane.


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Im getting ready to put my HX35 on in the next twio weeks... i just ordered the rest of the parts i need to install. i cant wait!
Its a fun turbo. I'd like to see what it can do with a few more mods and a better working transmission.

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