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Garrett GT3076r user experience/opinions on b18c

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by 98civicproject, Apr 18, 2008.

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    98civicproject New Member

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    what are your guys exp with a 3076r. anyone here run one on a gsr that wants to share some info. just curious, im putting on my built gsr. i heard it kicks ass and spools fast. what do ya guys think? good choice for my set up.
     
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    its pretty big.

    if you're not shooting for 400whp, i'd go with something smaller
     
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    yea im shootin for 450-500, just curious. i seen some vids with this turbo on a teggy and it spools fast, pulling hard at 500 hp. it looks sick as hell. but looking 4 someone who used this.
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    What kind of info are you looking for?
     
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    Running A Fullbuilt Gsr Gt4067r Stroke Out ,,,,, Trust Me You Wont Regret It If You Are Looking For Big Hp
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    He's talking about a 3076 not a 4076 and lay off the shift key.
     
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    IM JUST SAYING HE SHOULD GO 4 IT IF HE LOOKING FOR GOOD POWER,,, AND ITS A 4067r NOT A 4076... TYPO? L;OL
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    I know he seems to be set on hearing from someone with a 3076. Yea, I meant 4076r.
     
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    my gsr is fully built and bored to 84 mm. i just wanna know if it spools fast like they say, or is it laggy. looking for suggestions on MUST HAVE upgrades , i know fuel pump and injectors and stuff like that. but what has worked for you guys with the experience on this similar setup? (my first build and high hp build btw). the motor is done but kick me advice for bolt ons.

    B18c,jepistons 9:1 84mm, eagle rods and crank,darton sleeves,cometic gasket and seal replacement: for the heads, gsr head, arp head studs, cometic head gasket, Crower dual spring ti retainers and valves.

    im set for the high hp, am i looking for trouble with the 3076 or is it good for what im doing.

    if am too vague, i'll try and be clear, just ask.
     
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    nah man u be ok with that ,,, u are going to need a good tuner though,,,, im using 1600 precision injectors,golden eagle fuel rail,aeromotive fuel regulator and 2bosch 044 fuelpumps this is to give you an example u could use something smaller them what im using..
     
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    Gas or E85/E98? If you're going E85 and looking for those numbers, then go with the 1600cc injectors or whatever you can handle. You will also need multiple fuel pumps and an upgraded fuel line. Twin 255hp's or twin 044's ran in parallel with -8 AN lines to a big enough fuel rail would be my personal choice.

    For gas, get 850's or above. The reason being, for 500 whp you should prepare for at least 55 lbs/min of airflow. Running at an 11:1 AFR on pump gas, they will put you at 87% IDC (55/[850*4*.76/454*11]).

    No offense, but if you have to ask about what turbo to use and what fuel system to run, you are either not ready for a 500 whp car or you won't get there regardless of what people tell you.
     
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    its my first high hp build bro, ya gotta learn some how.its called trial and error.thax for the advice, ive actually had the 3076r pick out for a while(8months or so). ive just been concentrating on the motor itself for the past year, its done now and were moving on swapping into the car, turbo install, and the quirks worked out then the tune.ive seen people get 500 plus on a single 255. but like i said, its my first. i just need a lil guidance so i dont f*ck anything up. im here in colorado, I'll find a good tuner in Denver. any thing else guys

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    you have a gsr right,
     
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    YES SIR
     
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    is she fast. whats your hp at
     
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    Around 750 On Pump Gas ,,,,,
     
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