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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Twinturbom3 Click here to enlarge
    You should try a Precision billet 67 mm turbo or a GArrett GTX 35 turbo.The turbo manufacturers are aware of consumer behaviour and they come up with new turbos, new this and that features.Its like upgrading a PC system, always and always.You should follow the latest tech turbos and focus on gtx or precision turbos. Just my 2 cents.
    im guessing the new precision thats being mentioned on the 'other' forum is prolly a precision 6562. the HTA is basically constructed using garrett components.

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    What I liked about the EFR turbos:
    Large diameter bearings (not really an issue with other turbo's, but figured this might make it last longer)
    Titanium/Ceramic turbine wheel (better transient response)
    Investment grade turbine housing (smooth casting)
    Built in bypass valve (quiet, OEM used so definitely reliable, and it works)
    Available internally wastegated twin scroll (obvious)

    I will be running a PT76 on my V8 if I can ever afford it, no point to run something little, so the EFR's are out.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    im guessing the new precision thats being mentioned on the 'other' forum is prolly a precision 6562. the HTA is basically constructed using garrett components.
    Basically yes. What size hot side do you plan on using. I'm thinking I should have gone with a .68 hot side on my 3586r. Hopefully in a few weeks I will head to a dyno. HTA 3586's have made nearly 800whp on Evo's with head work, and cams. I'm sure the s54 head flows very well in stock form.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Basically yes. What size hot side do you plan on using. I'm thinking I should have gone with a .68 hot side on my 3586r. Hopefully in a few weeks I will head to a dyno. HTA 3586's have made nearly 800whp on Evo's with head work, and cams. I'm sure the s54 head flows very well in stock form.
    not sure. project is on hold til i get ahold of my tuner :/
    so you got the 3586r in hand?!? where you going to dyno and what are your projections?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    not sure. project is on hold til i get ahold of my tuner :/
    so you got the 3586r in hand?!? where you going to dyno and what are your projections?
    Well I will most likely go to a dynojet since thats what the tuner prefers. I did go to the dyno, but I had an issue with oil spraying on the maf which didn't allow for fuel or timing adjustments. My goal is 600whp on pump fuel. I had my gt35r sent to Hta for the upgrade a few months back. I'm running the t4 steed speed manifold with a .82 exhaust housing. I'm thinking about switching to a .68 housing. We'll see what happens in the coming weeks
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    Yeah, .68 hutside would probably make your car a lot more responsive. It's about the same as a T3 .83 housing, which is good for 600-700 who without issue.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    Yeah, .68 hutside would probably make your car a lot more responsive. It's about the same as a T3 .83 housing, which is good for 600-700 who without issue.
    I'm currently running the .82. Car isn't laggy, but I'm sure the .68 would wake it up and make more power with less boost.
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    wait, roadkill like dynojets for tuning? why?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by black bnr32 Click here to enlarge
    wait, roadkill like dynojets for tuning? why?
    Those and mustangs. I guess he has used them most I guess.....
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    what size compressor GG?
    600rwhp on pump, where does full boost hit with that big ass hotside?

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    i can't rock the 3794... they only offer the 94 iirc... and that's too big.
    gonna stick with another precision i guess.

    HPF 2.751345089136450813465 "sleeper"
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    ..err i mean a 71mm with my current exhaust ....lol

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    mr sticky - delete at will

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    mr sticky - delete at will
    Nah.

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    wheres my BB sticker? hpf stole mine (or threw it in the trash)

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    wheres my BB sticker? hpf stole mine (or threw it in the trash)
    Ugh, so I need to send another?

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    yea i want one for my suzuki aero

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    yea i want one for my suzuki aero
    Hahaha, this is kind of funny. But I thought we were still talking about Hippie girlfriends and I read this.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    what size compressor GG?
    600rwhp on pump, where does full boost hit with that big ass hotside?

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    i can't rock the 3794... they only offer the 94 iirc... and that's too big.
    gonna stick with another precision i guess.

    HPF 2.751345089136450813465 "sleeper"
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    ..err i mean a 71mm with my current exhaust ....lol
    Click here to enlarge I hit full boost on 15psi at about 3,500rpms, but with the cutout open I think its at about 3k rpms. I'm not running that 3794 as you know.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Click here to enlarge I hit full boost on 15psi at about 3,500rpms, but with the cutout open I think its at about 3k rpms. I'm not running that 3794 as you know.
    holy crap. wheres the footage?!?!?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    holy crap. wheres the footage?!?!?
    I have crappy video. I'll long for it.
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    thanks for sharing but def need a better camera. steal a go pro and just mount it wide angle so we can see the pillar gauges along side the cluster!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dreikraft Click here to enlarge
    thanks for sharing but def need a better camera. steal a go pro and just mount it wide angle so we can see the pillar gauges along side the cluster!
    Yea I have a gopro now, but I have moved my gauges to the steering column which makes it harder to catch the action. I believe those pulls in the video were 5th gear pulls. Had they been in 3rd I wonder if we would have seen the difference?
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    What would be a good turbo for a street car? I'm looking for an almost immediate spool. What is the best turbo out there currently?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 654 Click here to enlarge
    What would be a good turbo for a street car? I'm looking for an almost immediate spool. What is the best turbo out there currently?
    That's tough to say, like what is the best flavor of ice cream.

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    Cam has had poor luck with this turbo on bimmerforums.

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