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Old Jan 9, 2019, 04:53 PM
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Which turbo for stock block evo 9

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upgrade my turbo and donít really like the stock frame turbos Iím interested in the PTE5858 or PTE6262 with the sheepey hot parts kit. I want to make the car a fun street car the car will be on stock block for a little while but Iím also gonna get everything else needed to have those turbos peform
better I understand there will be some lag but doesnít matter. Which turbo would u say to go with and also I will be building the block down the road as well. Which turbo should
i go with and what are the other parts needed for the turbo in order to perform and to be safe at the same time thank you. My current mods are AMS 3Ē FMIC INJEN UPPER INTERCOOLER PIPE ETS LOWER INTERCOOLER PIPE TURBOSMART BLOWOFF VALVE INVDIA 3Ē exhaust invidious downpipe turbosmart boost controller. I will be going with the Gsc s2 cake and jiggly beehive springs and retainers id1050 and AEM 320lph. What other parts do I need to make around 450-500 on 93
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Out of curiosity, what don't you like about stock frame turbos?

From the 2 turbors you listed, I would go with PTE 6262 with .63 AR

PTE 6262 vd PTE 6266
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Cake and jiggly sounds like a party!
if you only want 450-500 whp on 93, you only need a FP Red and your S2 cake, jigglies springs, retainers, 1050x, and AEM320.
Why would you spend a bunch more money for more mods and engine build?
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Vband hot parts kit with a gen2 5558 would be my choice, with a .82 hot side. Since you're going with a Sheepy kit, make sure to ask for dual wastegates. The single 44mm gate tends to creep and can be difficult to get boost in the safe pump gas range.

A Garrett Gen2 GTX3076r in .82 vband flavor would also be a good option.
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I think a 62mm pairs perfect with a stock block. Perfect spool and torque curve for a 2.0 to keep the rods happy.
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Proper tuning controls the torque. Installing a laggy turbo is certainly the backwards way of doing that.
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For now I want 450-500whp but down the road I want more hence why I said Iíll be building the block I want a turbo now that will perform well with those mods but that I also have room to play with if I want more power down the road I just donít want a too laggy turbo so thats why Iím thinking 5858 but a lot of people told me to go with the 6262 but I thought might be too big
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Sounds like you will have 2 turbos no matter how you plan. Lol
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Originally Posted by Evo9CTBeli View Post
For now I want 450-500whp but down the road I want more hence why I said Iíll be building the block I want a turbo now that will perform well with those mods but that I also have room to play with if I want more power down the road I just donít want a too laggy turbo so thats why Iím thinking 5858 but a lot of people told me to go with the 6262 but I thought might be too big
The gen2 5558 spools faster and makes more power than the gen1 5858. Problem solved...

Do not put a precision turbo on your car with a 62mm turbine wheel. Something about that wheel just isn't a good match on these engines. It's very lazy and doesn't spool well. So, if you really want a 62mm turbo, do a gen 6266 with a twin scroll turbo kit, and a use a 1.15 A/R hot side.
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Originally Posted by Evo9CTBeli View Post
For now I want 450-500whp but down the road I want more hence why I said I’ll be building the block I want a turbo now that will perform well with those mods but that I also have room to play with if I want more power down the road I just don’t want a too laggy turbo so thats why I’m thinking 5858 but a lot of people told me to go with the 6262 but I thought might be too big

How much more do you want down the road? That should tell you what turbo to go with.

The ball bearing 6262 with S2's and a stock ported intake is pretty responsive for a 62mm turbo. The stock block Evo in my signature was on a 6262 and I found it to be a pretty fun street car. It's not very laggy once you know where to start your WOT pulls

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