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Old Oct 11, 2018, 11:38 AM
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GTX3576 GEN2 vs GTX3076 GEN2

Any evo owner have try theses turbos side by side any dunks graphss
garret claims that 3576gtx have the power of 3582gtx and spools like 30gtx

I need to make the upgrade and I need a help on turbo
My goal is 500hp
Wich will be the best option I have two cars to install
Evo9 and a Honda Civic type r ep3
Ep3 will only use 1,5 bar on turbo

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Old Oct 11, 2018, 01:19 PM
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Got your message and please see the link regarding my results. My host server is in Tallahassee so it might be out due to the hurricane so it could be a few days before the pics will show.

https://www.evolutionm.net/forums/ev...-gtx3576r.html
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Old Oct 12, 2018, 12:59 AM
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From what I saw from others that put these turbos to testing, 3076R seems to be a mismatched turbo for Evo for some reason. In contrast with the smaller 3071, 3076 was laggier and in constrast with 3576, the 3576 was not laggier and picked up more up top. I think Garret noticed the mismatch, and later on they released 3576 to give better options for Evo drivers. So i think the best options regarding GTX is to either go with 3071 or 3576 depending on how you like your build. If you are more drag racing/ roll racing etc prob 3576 would be better. If you autox, road course racing and want a turbo that spools very fast 3071 is better suited.

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Originally Posted by ConEvo View Post
From what I saw from others that put these turbos to testing, 3076R seems to be a mismatched turbo for Evo for some reason. In contrast with the smaller 3071, 3076 was laggier and in constrast with 3576, the 3576 was not laggier and picked up more up top. I think Garret noticed the mismatch, and later on they released 3576 to give better options for Evo drivers. So i think the best options regarding GTX is to either go with 3071 or 3576 depending on how you like your build. If you are more drag racing/ roll racing etc prob 3576 would be better. If you autox, road course racing and want a turbo that spools very fast 3071 is better suited.

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For this reason I ask in second Gen GtX turbo
Because I have read that in Gen 1 the 3576 spools faster then 3076
And the 3576 makes more power to top end
I won't to know if is the same in Gen 2
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Originally Posted by Oktanio View Post
For this reason I ask in second Gen GtX turbo
Because I have read that in Gen 1 the 3576 spools faster then 3076
And the 3576 makes more power to top end
I won't to know if is the same in Gen 2
Considering you are aware that my results are based on Gen I GTX, why did you send me multiple PM's requesting my input. Perhaps you should seek your answers on the Honda forums.
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