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Old 16-08-2012, 10:13 AM
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Sam's right. Stock Evo X turbo's + block + internals are all very strong (even the older 4G motor's are fantastic so even an Evo 9+ bolt-ons = easy proven performance).

Just buy Jimmy's Evo X on here. Ready to go out of the box with bolt-ons.
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there are two blouch turbos that you can use on the MY11s.

th Normal turbo that requires a PW TMIC and Hotside Pipe and the Blouch Legacy GT one... which also fits the WRXs.

IF you are not interested in doing the Headers, TMIC or Intake i would go the 18G as it is very responsive and spools fast. IF you intend to go the headers, intake, exhaust, silicon inlet etc i would go for a 20G as the MY11 Engines can handle a little more power then the MY06-07s due to better knock detection and better piston design.

we are getting around 220kw-240kw@wheels with a 18G and 250-275kw@wheels with the 20G..

We have them all in stock now and our prices are now on par with USA, Plus we port the turbos where USA dont and you get a free Blouch Jumper
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Old 16-08-2012, 10:44 AM
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To be honest, I'm expecting ~350awhp with my set-up on E85 (VF52, 3" TBE, EL headers, 1000cc injectors, PW TMIC).

I dont think 400+ would be ridiculous with a TD05-20G (probably 10cm hotside rather than 8cm?) and similar mods on E85. But you'd need to run a built engine and push +20psi to get the full benifits of the bigger turbo IMO, plus live with a laggier engine (although E85 should help out somewhat).....
Maybe the 2.5's are pulling good numbers nowdays. E85, thats super-duper fuel right?

Well to aid in getting a line on things, Im running a TD05-18G with 8cm hot side. This is with a full 3in, extractors, CAI, M800. The engine and TMIC is std (Car is an 05 sti). U98 fuel.

1.3bar boost netted dead on 300hp and 420Nm at the hubs.

An extra 100hp is a fair bit extra due to a bit bigger turbo and E85, let alone 462. Full credit to them though, would be a fast car, the last car I saw pull about 460ish at the wheels was a classic white wrx, no wing, black rims. I think it was reasonably modded and had a turbo bigger than a 20G?
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the last car I saw pull about 460ish at the wheels was a classic white wrx, no wing, black rims. I think it was reasonably modded and had a turbo bigger than a 20G?
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277kw@wheels on 20G with 7cm rear housing.. 98 octane fuel
255@wheels on a 20G with 7cm housing... 98 octane fuel
264@wheels on a 20G with 7cm housing.. 98 octane fuel
All these cars had all the bolt on mods eg headers and all three different dynos

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Maybe the 2.5's are pulling good numbers nowdays. E85, thats super-duper fuel right?

Well to aid in getting a line on things, Im running a TD05-18G with 8cm hot side. This is with a full 3in, extractors, CAI, M800. The engine and TMIC is std (Car is an 05 sti). U98 fuel.

1.3bar boost netted dead on 300hp and 420Nm at the hubs.

An extra 100hp is a fair bit extra due to a bit bigger turbo and E85, let alone 462. Full credit to them though, would be a fast car, the last car I saw pull about 460ish at the wheels was a classic white wrx, no wing, black rims. I think it was reasonably modded and had a turbo bigger than a 20G?
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Well to aid in getting a line on things, Im running a TD05-18G with 8cm hot side. This is with a full 3in, extractors, CAI, M800. The engine and TMIC is std (Car is an 05 sti). U98 fuel.

1.3bar boost netted dead on 300hp and 420Nm at the hubs.
damn I went in the wrong direction with turbo choice

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Looks like I should consider a 20G + tune and get another 30-50kw atw. :-)

Im impressed!
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Hmm what's better then, DOM3 or 20G?
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Id sell it. Buy an evo 9 - smash tune, boost, exh, cai etc etc. Get 400hp. Profit.
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Sorry for being out of date but are the DOM's Blouch dominator turbo's? Are these also the XT, XT-R turbos? Are these different to the BBK turbo's?

What other brand turbo's are out there these days? Does no-one get HKS or Trust etc anymore? (Are they even available??)

A-lot of these turbo's seem really, really well priced, compared to japansese brands, are they as good? Is it because one might be paying for a "brandname" with the jap ones?

Does anyone get Forced Performance turbo's anymore?
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