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Old 05-07-2015, 10:21 AM   #81
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That's not too bad all things considered.
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I'm taking the car to be tuned on Sunday so hopefully it at least holds up for that haha. Definitely going to start tucking away some $$ for a Garrett
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:24 AM   #83
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Honestly this turbo was cheap and preformed well. If it was street only it would have lasted much longer. It had good top end, not horrible spool for a churbo, and had no shitty fitment issues. Street car low boost it's a good turbo. Track Car... spend the money and get something good.
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Honestly this turbo was cheap and preformed well. If it was street only it would have lasted much longer. It had good top end, not horrible spool for a churbo, and had no shitty fitment issues. Street car low boost it's a good turbo. Track Car... spend the money and get something good.
Yeah I might be OK for a while longer. I've never tracked and dont really plan to
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I'm taking the car to be tuned on Sunday so hopefully it at least holds up for that haha. Definitely going to start tucking away some $$ for a Garrett

Thanks for all the info on the churbo, suscribed and waiting for dyno charts
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Old 10-03-2015, 02:32 PM   #86
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I had this Churbo on my BEG-S Kit, and my stock WG actuator was far above 15PSI on midrange setting. I backed off before I could tell where the "stopping point" was. Funniest part is that's how it came from BEGI with a ??PSI-10PSI WG.

It pulled like a raped ape until 15PSI though, spool was a lot earlier too back when the WG was sealed up tight by that ridiculously strong spring.
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