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PostSubject: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 9:25

Looking at upgrading my turbo Iv thinking about getting brand new one with peace of mind
as going second hand looking at £1000 and anything could happen so going for peace of mind and want one I can work with ie turn boost up further down line

So planning on

http://www.turbodynamics.co.uk/shop/mdx555500-subaru-impreza-hybrid-turbocharger-500-bhp-p-4203.html

http://shop.scoobyclinic.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=63_167&product_id=133

http://lateralperformance.co.uk/product.php/181/18/md321t__450bhp__billet

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Which turbo do people use and trused

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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 10:10

Gary I had the billet MDX555-450 - running at almost 480bhp @ 1.6 bar - it's a 2.0 bar capable turbo. It is virtually the same turbo as the MDX321T from Lateral but a bit cheaper as it doesn't come standard with the ceramic coated housing - but the turbo is still manufacturede by Turbo Dynamics and comes with a 2 year warranty. That warranty stays with the original purchaser and is not transferrable to a new owner so bear that in mind when you sell the car/turbo before the warranty expires.
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 10:15

Thanks mate will look into one of them

Not bothered about selling on mate as she saying and never crossed my mind
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 10:21

Mate what's this in options

? Ported Shroud Compressor Cover (+£95.00)
? Bronze Bearing Carriers (+£125.00)
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 10:26

Porting the compressor cover - Kindon ported mine, just increases air flow a bit

Don't know what bronze bearing carriers are but they sound awesome lol!

Just remember those costs are + Vat as well so another 20% on top.
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 10:36

No probs cheers mate

Looking into it
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 11:04

I've got a mdx321h on mine making 400bhp at the moment, I would highly recommend this for a 2litre. I've heard that any bigger and you get a lot of lag, but this may just be hearsay. I think nick has a v or t on his 2litre so may be worth speaking with him before you splash ya cash
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 11:08

Richyprodrive1988 wrote:
I've got a mdx321h on mine making 400bhp at the moment, I would highly recommend this for a 2litre. I've heard that any bigger and you get a lot of lag, but this may just be hearsay. I think nick has a v or t on his 2litre so may be worth speaking with him before you splash ya cash

Nick has the 321T mate - same as the MDX555-450 above - his car is a beast!
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 11:25

Thanks
Isn't Nick turbo been tweek thou and not stand md321t

Just been offered gt30 billet of scooby breaker done 1500 miles but don't now

All been offered t36 bran new

To many turbo head done in

Wanting one befor feb as getting maped again


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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 11:42

Right I'm down to 3 type

Md321t billet £1734
Special offer: FREE Zircotec ceramic coated exhaust housing, whilst stock lasts.

Mdx555 450 billet with upgraded bearings and ported is £1900

Gt30 billet of breaker with done 1500 miles £1000 no warrient
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 12:28

If I had to choose one of those 3 Gary it would be the MDX321T from Lateral

There have been some rave reviews about those T36 turbos recently, but you won't get more than 450 out of them

http://www.scoobynet.com/scoobynet-general-1/1016030-400bhp-capable-turbos.html
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 14:16

Cheers mate

Just pm Mark on scooby net from lateral
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 14:40

Marks a sound bloke, ask for discount and he may knock 10% off!

The ones on 22B your after aare good turbo's, Arch has a nice GT30 there Gary, spanking new £1100
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 14:52

one of JGM (RIP) GT30's is for sale for £1200
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 17:20

Arch's GT30 is sold. It was for a rotated set up as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 18:37

Yeah Gary I've got the 321T and its spot on running 410hp atm on a tmic but that will all change when I go fmic for more power. Can't wait to see how it goes down the strip this year
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sat 10 Jan - 19:17

I seen the gt30 rotated last week but not for me as after stand position

Been offered stand gt30 billet of Scot £920 delivered done 1500 miles but been talking to boss and would rather I had new with guarantee because of what happens last time so

Mdx or md321 will be going on

Just waiting on message back to find out if not will just order online going for map tweek feb  so hoping to get all sorted by then then pop down strip with Nick and bish Smile

We're the jgm turbo up for sale ??
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 9:05

How much you want for yours Gary? I want a bit more power out of mine, so first dibs if you flog it mate. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 12:42

It up in for sale section mate
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 14:32

Marietto wrote:
Arch's GT30 is sold. It was for a rotated set up as well.

It was come to think about it Lucky!
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 16:02

Maca were the jgm turbo up for sale
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 16:37

A 321T will see your car be very handy Gary, a v power map and meth map Wink OR speak to Chevron about their custom Owen developments standard fit GT30, booooooooooooooooostin...

What handling mods you got on it ?
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 17:29

Tein mono flex winding master coilovers
Edfc electronic suspension controler
Super pro solid rear drop links
3 way white line anti roll bar rear
Super pro gold drop links front
Gearbox solid pitch mount cdf
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 19:30

Get that set up nicely and it'll be a nice track weapon Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo advice    Sun 11 Jan - 19:46

She getting there mate got set 840 cc injecter new and just got pick decent turbo

Got 2k to get good turbo

then map tweek on v power and meth and sorted by

Hopping hit 450bhp
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