i'm also looking in to their 6262 turbos. i am still deciding on brand. i found some issue people had with comp but they took care of it. it seems they had quality problems when they started with having too much lag and no power, but now it seems they make very high quality products. i know they'll make you a fully custom turbo too for your needs if you give them a call. i'm thinking to do that and see what they recommend and then buy them through a dealer here.i found problems with pt turbos too, but with much less happy customers than comp turbos.
look at this beauty 6262 turbo i found on one of the forums. billet back cover and center if you order oil cooled only and it's sexy as hell. the guy has this on a 1.7L audi with .82 a/r and he sees full boost at 4800 rpm. i was debating if i should go with .63 for turbo lag, but it seems like .82 is not all that bad either. on my stroker and e85 i should see full boost by same rpm if not lower. that plus their tial v band housing=sexiest turbo out there. now i'm not sure if i want to put turbo blanket on. don't want to over all those beauties lol.
built in restrictor
Threaded oil drain instead of the typical flange
their oil and water cooled here
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What kind of spool numbers do you see and with which A/R exhaust housing on the 6765? I'm thinking about maybe doing a single turbo for my next upgrade a year down the road.
We are running it on a 2.6 stroker SRT4 with 9:1 compression we have 15psi at about 3800rpms after hitting 15psi to 30psi it all happends super fast I would say 30psi right around 4500rpms, is a t4 1.0 a/r housing divided. we shift at 8500rpms
Which is 1k hp worth of under rated turbo from Garrett. Be interesting to know how well the CT turbine wheel flows compared to the T28 since the 2867 is near the edge of being a poorly balanced turbo in terms of exhaust flow vs compressor flow and thats with a bigger wheel than the CT turbo. Thats actually why the GTX3067 just came out imo since the GT30 turbine wheel is a far better match to a 500hp compressor.
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