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Old Feb 8, 2011, 11:07 AM
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ATP'S GARRETT GTX3582R product review

OK all here is a quick little vid i made up of the new Garrett DBB GTX3582R specifically fitted with ATP's own turbine housing to mate directly to the Evo 8&9.

Again these are a couple of quick notes that i couldn't include when i made the vid since i didn't have some of the info handy but here it is none the less.

- The turbo will also be offered in GTX4202R, GTX4294R, & GTX4508R for all those SERIOUS MONSTERZ that will be making HUGE power (sorry didn't think about adding that as i figured the general audience for that vid would be us Evo guys lol)

- Turbine housing A/R is 1.06

- The GTX3582R compressor flows over 75lb/min


Also please forgive the poor audio quality and "softness" in my voice i rec'd the vid at 7am on Sat morning and was trying not to wake up my family

Please check back for updates once we get it installed, dyno tuned, and proven at the race track :drinks:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvu6Ro4JAnM

GTX3582R COMPRESSOR MAP:


GTX3582R VS. GT3582R:


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COMPARISON TO BW EFR 8374:
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Old Feb 8, 2011, 11:11 AM
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Quick update:

- The turbo is now installed on the test Evo and i will update the thread once we have more info w/ dynogrpah and more importantly real-world info on how it performs on the drag strip.

- The test vehicle is a fully built 2.0L Evo 9 (sorry to all you stock motor guys )

- Modlist will be accompanying add'l data

- I will be doing something similar with the BW EFR 8374 turbo as we have one waiting to go on to another customer's Evo 9 as well.

ENJOY
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Old Feb 8, 2011, 11:20 AM
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Don't fret don't think many of you will be running a scatter shield on your Evo's ........................or will you lol

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nice review!
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That turbo looks sick, hopefully it puts out good results.
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All I can say is thank you.
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Wow! Nice!

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Nice, can't wait to see the results.

Thanks.
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i seen this turbo in person guys it looks badass was able to ask pat and the owner of car what its going into about it. cant wait to hear about the results
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Very nice Patrick! Glad to see someone is finally testing one of these turbos, thanks for doing this!! I am looking at the GTX3076R myself...

So Pat, what does this thing weigh compared to any other stock frame turbos, stock IX turbo, BBK, FP Red with larger compressor housing, etc??

Also what is your option on the hotside, do you think flow will be affected or are you just waiting for dyno/track results?? Do you think porting on the hotside may improve flow??

So they send a J pipe with the install kit? And it looks like it has a fitting on it for an MBC correct? Will this J pipe work with a BR LICP, ETS LICP, etc?

Last question, I know its alright for ball bearing turbos to have their oil feed line off the head. All larger stock frame turbos use an oil feed line off the filter housing. I am about to install a Kiggly HLA on my car. I haven't heard anything about this but will that affect this turbo and running the oil feed line off the head? Does ATP say to just run the line off the head? Is the line long enough to run it from the filter housing?

Sorry for all the questions, thanks again man!!

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Looks pretty Good =)
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Turbo looks like it will do some damage on a well set up car. GTX is where is at
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