Just received my 16gs back from being converted. They are now MTC 6954B's (stage 1+). 5 blade billet comp wheel and 11 blade turbine wheel. I have the first set A stockish evo made 450ish on one. A more modified evo made 500+. Hoping two make 700+ on my car
Here are some weak pics I took in my kitchen yesterday after UPS delivered my early Christmas present...
Pic from vendor: A stock Evo III 16G compared to 69B comp wheel
1992 Kilder Green VR4 - First 4G swap in a 3S.
Last edited by eengler2; 11-05-2011 at 07:10 PM.
Reason: delete turbo vendor info
I'm sure the moderators' email is blowing up right now
This really should have gone in Product Review.
Originally Posted by pimprn
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In for numbers. Hopefully they perform similar on our cars.
Not likely, since we unfortunately can't just take the normal 16g or 20g dsm dyno x2. It will be a little while yet before we have #'s.
Just found out that the machine shop should have the balance work done early this week. A local member, Donniekak is doing the engine assembly and lending a hand on the install. Then custom FMIC piping being fabbed by local shop, before first start.
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