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This a good or bad one...?

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  1. ovcrash

    ovcrash Senior Member

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    It has a .60 A/R intake and 1.15 A/R exhaust with a P trim.

    Good or bad turbo to put on a 97 H22A ??

    and what is the difference between a draw thru setup and a blow thru setup ??
     
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    it would be great..... if you want to make 800 hp and spool at 8000 rpms.

    1.15 is HUGE y0.

    and there is no intake or exhaust side to a turbo. its called a compressor and turbine.... and futhermore, i think you have it backwards. usually the compressor is bigger than the turbine....
     
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    :lmao: That sounds like a bad ass turbo.
     
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    Draw through and blow through refer to turbocharged carb setups. Blow through is far superior to draw through for many reasons.
     
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    Is it a t2, t3, t25, t3/t4, t4?

    If it's a t25 with those specs, it's still too small for your engine.
     
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    to the best of my knowledge, there is no p-trim wheel fitting in anything less than a t3/t4 combo.... so thats what i assumed it was.
    if there are p-trim wheels in smaller turbos, im going to go out on a limb and ask WTF?

    hell, my turbo doesn't even have a p-trim.
     
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    bad turbo
     
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    Then if that's a Bad turbo to put on a 97 H22A what would be a good turbo, to obtain 300WHP ??? What would be the A/R for the Compressor and the Turbine??
     
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    no need to run anything larger than a .63 on either side for 300 whp. you standard t3/t04e from a drag kit wil give you 100 hp at 10psi or so on the h22.
     
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    For more HP, i would need a bigger A/R on the Compressor side? Like maybe .70 or .85??
     
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    not even. more boost would be the first step.

    my .63/.70 stage 5 (smaller than p) is good for well over 600 horse on a b-series.
     
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