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Old Mar 21, 2018, 05:55 PM
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Gen 2 Gtx3582r stock location setup

I'm currently coming to the realization that not many people have touched the gen 2 GTX series. In about 5 weeks i will have some dyno data available on the gen 2 GTX3582r. Currently my engine is being completely built!

TPG 2.0 stage 3 build
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Manley turbo tuff rods
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complete radium fuel system
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- dual pump
ets 4"intercoller, upper and lower pipe
Map rev2 intake 3.5in
50mm tial recirculating bov
Omni 4 bar
cobb 3port boost solenoid
AMS downpipe, test pipe
ets v2 extreme exhaust
Map cast manifold with coating
Gen 2 GTX3582r
Tephra v3 with Flex fuel kit
Exedy twin disc

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All that work and you're gonna limit yourself to a stock frame? Car could push 750+ with same turbo on Vband turbo kit.
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All that work and you're gonna limit yourself to a stock frame? Car could push 750+ with same turbo on Vband turbo kit.
That's exactly what I'm going to be pushing is about 700hp but that will be a conservative tune. I didn't know i was going to have my engine fully built. I'm literally coming from stock to this. I originally was only going to do bolt-ons including this bigger turbo. Unfortunately that changed after I already bought the parts a while ago.
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All that work and you're gonna limit yourself to a stock frame? Car could push 750+ with same turbo on Vband turbo kit.
So what's limiting with a MAP cast manifold (22% bigger runners than stock) and GT35 hotside? With that configuration, what is he limiting for hot flow? Vband is just a pipe mating method. What am I missing here?

To the OP: that was one big giant fast leap into the Evo X world, I hope the shop and tuner you have doing all this meets your goals, quality, etc...
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So what's limiting with a MAP cast manifold (22% bigger runners than stock) and GT35 hotside? With that configuration, what is he limiting for hot flow? Vband is just a pipe mating method. What am I missing here?

To the OP: that was one big giant fast leap into the Evo X world, I hope the shop and tuner you have doing all this meets your goals, quality, etc...
The turbine housing is vastly different and very much a restriction in stock frame form.

Non-stock frame:




Stock frame:

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Ahhhh.. This is where the devious A/R comes into play. While the A/R may be LARGER for the stock frame, the actual DIAMETERS of the volute are quite smaller. A/R being just that: a ratio...
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Originally Posted by Jaraxle View Post
So what's limiting with a MAP cast manifold (22% bigger runners than stock) and GT35 hotside? With that configuration, what is he limiting for hot flow? Vband is just a pipe mating method. What am I missing here?

To the OP: that was one big giant fast leap into the Evo X world, I hope the shop and tuner you have doing all this meets your goals, quality, etc...
Yea I'm jumping pretty far for sure compared to my original plans for this year lol I trust tpg tuning completely, they have shown there amazing work time and time again. I'm excited to see the outcome here in 3 weeks
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Hey guys! I should be getting the car back any day now. Just waiting on the phone call for dyno day.
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Is it just the ATP GT35r evo x turbine housing bolted up to the gtx3582r to use it on the Map cast manifold? Sorry for the noob question\
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And update? Seriously looking into this turbo for my stock bottom end X. Can't wait to see what your car makes!
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