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t25 turbo

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by D See 2, Nov 8, 2002.

  1. D See 2

    D See 2 Senior Member

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    i am really leaning towards getting a t25 turbo. i was just wondering what kind of gains i can expect with this on a B16a? and what kind of internal upgrades are needed to run 8-10 psi? what kind of boost can a B16a handle.
     
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    t25 is a small turbo... its SIMILAR out put to a d16 greddy kit...
    8-10 psi out of a t25 would need no internals on a b16... but you can always do them to be 'safe'

    what kind of boost can a b16 handel? again, psi means nothing- it depends on how many cfms it flows at any given psi.
     
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    do block guards help with the amount of boost or cfms a motor can handle?
     
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    there's a huge debate on them....

    they are supposed to help with strength of the walls...

    I dunno... i wouldn't say it has anything to do with what you are asking... but again, there's much debate- so that is my opinion
     
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    whats the cfm comparison from the t25 and the t3 off like a probe?
    thanks
    mike
     
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    again- there's 121231234 t25's and 432423 t3's out there.

    what trim? what a/r?
     
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