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Old 12-03-2002, 10:32 AM
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Old 12-03-2002, 02:24 PM
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Old 12-03-2002, 02:25 PM
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Originally posted by spirit
What wheels are you running in that garret?
Are you going to autox or drag race?
Just curious, seems that there's not many boosted people around richmond! Hit me up if you have turbo/boost related questions.
I've got a BR-20G equipped Talon.
Its actually a turbonetics t3/t04b H-3 stage III with a .48 a/r. They sent me the wrong housing so I've ordered a stage III with .82 a/r. I think I'm going to go all out drag/street on this, so I think I am going to pick up another s14 to throw this into. I agree Richmond is pretty weak for boosted imports. I might hit you up once I get this thing underway, hopefully it will be soon.
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Old 12-03-2002, 02:35 PM
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Its actually a turbonetics t3/t04b H-3 stage III with a .48 a/r. They sent me the wrong housing so I've ordered a stage III with .82 a/r. I think I'm going to go all out drag/street on this, so I think I am going to pick up another s14 to throw this into. I agree Richmond is pretty weak for boosted imports. I might hit you up once I get this thing underway, hopefully it will be soon.
Why would you get a weak t3/t04b any t04b comp is weak if its not a 60-1 after 300whp it runs out steam starts to heat up

i know hondas guys hate t04b if there trying to make some good hp

Get a t3/t04e 60trim like i got its good for around 450whp with a .63 turbine and and up to 500whp with a .82turbine
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Old 12-03-2002, 08:26 PM
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Originally posted by Brssmnky
Its actually a turbonetics t3/t04b H-3 stage III with a .48 a/r. They sent me the wrong housing so I've ordered a stage III with .82 a/r. I think I'm going to go all out drag/street on this, so I think I am going to pick up another s14 to throw this into. I agree Richmond is pretty weak for boosted imports. I might hit you up once I get this thing underway, hopefully it will be soon.
So, what was the original size housing that you ordered/intended to go with? A .82 a/r sounds prettty big for
a street driven 4 cylinder. What TRIM compressor wheel are you going to run with that big ass housing? What compression ratio are you running? Please, hit me up.
I wanna see how this thing turns out.
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Old 12-04-2002, 06:57 PM
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I am going to see how far I can push the stock motor first while I am having one built. The KA24DE is a very large displacement motor for a four cylinder at 2.4. It a torque monster that hates to rev. I will end up playing around with turbo sizes but I am going to see what I can do with this one first. The trim on this one is H-3. The .63 a/r housing is optimal, from what others have said(I've seen their dyno charts) but I figured i would experiment with larger.
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Old 12-04-2002, 07:10 PM
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If that motor is anything like the SR-20,(and I'm sure it is, nissan rocks!)you should be able to push it extremley far for a street driven/brute power application. Let us know how the .82 works out with the "not liking to rev" KA24.(I'm sure you can
persuade her a little...
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Hey Jason, I started a team in Richmond and its all clean cars. NO RICE ALLOWED! You wanna join?? I have about 6 cars and the team name is Frontline.
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