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Old 03-20-2017, 05:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I looked and did a search but couldn't find a thread review about how the Kinugawa anti surg compressor housings (maybe with the adjustable wastegate actuators, but not sure yet). I was looking at getting their 19tHL housing. But I hate to pick one up without any reviews on them. I'm getting their bullet 19tHL compression wheels. Was thinking about picking up their 9 wheel turbine blade but don't think that's it's worth it?
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Guessing not that many people have used their anti surge housings?
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I came in here just to see results... I know lots have bought them, not sure how many have tested them
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I'm getting their bullet 19tHL compression wheels.
19t is the name of the compressor wheel, HL refers to the exhaust wheel. So if you go with an HL setup you will have to have your exhaust housings bored out to fit the larger HL wheel.
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19t is the name of the compressor wheel, HL refers to the exhaust wheel. So if you go with an HL setup you will have to have your exhaust housings bored out to fit the larger HL wheel.
I already have 19t's and my exhaust housing have already been machined. I'm just wondering how these compressor housings are? I think I've only seen them once for sale in the for sale forums. I'm getting the bullet wheels because one of the wheels are damaged, so mind as well do both while I'm at it and upgrade to the bullet wheels since they are apart.
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I already have 19t's and my exhaust housing have already been machined. I'm just wondering how these compressor housings are? I think I've only seen them once for sale in the for sale forums. I'm getting the bullet wheels because one of the wheels are damaged, so mind as well do both while I'm at it and upgrade to the bullet wheels since they are apart.
bullet? You mean billet ? Also to educate you on billet, it just means they get a block of aluminum and they machine it into a compressor wheel on a 5 axis cnc machine or whatever. Just youtube how a compressor wheels made, but yah i see you saying bullet im like uhhhh lol
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Would also like to know about these. Ive been looking at upgrading my front turbo while I have it out.
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bullet? You mean billet ? Also to educate you on billet, it just means they get a block of aluminum and they machine it into a compressor wheel on a 5 axis cnc machine or whatever. Just youtube how a compressor wheels made, but yah i see you saying bullet im like uhhhh lol
Lmao, my bad, yea I do that from time to time. I'm as dyslexic as a one eyed dog. I mean billet but did not notice that I kept on spelling out bullet. I would never never noticed it if someone did not point out my typo. Yup I know that it means it is a aluminium wheel. My last job was working in a machine/fabricator shop making high end custom pieces for stupidly rich multi millionaires and billionaires houses and condos.
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I believe that it has a three star rating on Kinugawa, but nothing is written in the review box as to why the user gave it a three star rating. I have no idea if it was just a troll leaving it or a real customer that had brought the anti surg housings. That's why I decided to reach out here for hopefully some more insight on them.

I just wanted to know since, I'm already picking up those wheels and probably the turbine wheels as well. I just wanted to get everything together in one shot.
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