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Old 09-23-2011, 05:03 PM   #1
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Default Anyone ever use the ATP "T25 Plus" turbine housing?

I'm still out of town, so my GT2871 isn't up and running on the car yet, but I ended up getting this turbine housing for it:

T25 inlet, but supposed to flow as well or close to standard T3 housing. With that in mind, I went with the .63 A/R, to hopefully make it "comparable" to a .86 standard T25 housing, that a lot of guys recommend/like on here. I was going to get a Tial housing, but at the time they were sold out for quite some time, so I said **** it and got this.

Found this from google, shows one of them side by side vs a standard T25 housing, same AR (.63 and .64).

Anyways, just wondering if anyone has used one and/or had any idea if it does actually flow like a T3, or at least notably better/more than a standard T25 in the same AR.
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