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HCCAfan, them dogs are beautiful in your avatar...

I have some questions about this turbo, from what i can collect they shine at 27-28lbs, not good on low boost. Now its easy to say, the turbo doesnt pull on low boost blah blah blah, why??? Does it just feel sluggish? Or will a 50 trim on 20lbs vs a 60-1 on 20lbs the 50 trim will win? I would assume for simple spool issues the 50 trim will pull harder but the 60-1 can make and hold power longer into the powerband correct? If price were no issue a BWs256 would be the best of both worlds from a 50 trim and 60-1, correct? fast spool and the ability to hold power long into the power band, correct?

the 60-1 has always intrigued me but i see little no info on them, a lot like this thread.

Are they any other numbers out there other than erabbits old set up, 490ish on stock cyl head/cams, built bottem end, smim, ems...touch of god tuning...

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erabbits car was a 60t...fairly different from a 60-1 fwiw.
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Yeah eric's car was 60 trim NOT 60-1 definitely different turbos.

I had a 60-1 couple years ago hp mani etc etc never got it running right poped the HG.

Check this link out some info on a 60-1 setup with numbers. I don't know if i'm buying 520 whp on an SAFC 2 and a stock motor but I guess you never know.

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I didnt know what eric had on his car, mah bad. What si the difference, i was explained this once but didnt really care at the time. Is one an actually 60lb comp wheel and the other is a 55 i think? What are the difference in them?

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60lb is a 60-1.
53lb is 60t.

both typically use a "stage 3" turbine wheel.
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So a 60 trim is barely any bigger than a 50 trim...correct?

So comprably the the 60-1 DBB has near the same spool and power out put as a BW s258...60lb wheel/DBB v.s. 58lb wheel/ET .....and both near the same price, 1200 for 60-1 and 1100 or so for the BW...

Just out of curiosity(i havent seen many BW in person) but the BW runs a journal bearing(non DBB) but with a extended tip to help with spool. If thats correct what if a DBB chra was used with the ET technology and a 60lb wheel...kind of a hybrid of a hybrid...anything like that out there? Im sure the price tag would be near 1600 and IF it all lined up the spool would destroy a car on the street but still would be fun...

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So a 60 trim is barely any bigger than a 50 trim...correct?

So comprably the the 60-1 DBB has near the same spool and power out put as a BW s258...60lb wheel/DBB v.s. 58lb wheel/ET .....and both near the same price, 1200 for 60-1 and 1100 or so for the BW...

Just out of curiosity(i havent seen many BW in person) but the BW runs a journal bearing(non DBB) but with a extended tip to help with spool. If thats correct what if a DBB chra was used with the ET technology and a 60lb wheel...kind of a hybrid of a hybrid...anything like that out there? Im sure the price tag would be near 1600 and IF it all lined up the spool would destroy a car on the street but still would be fun...

50t - t-netics: 49lb, garrett: 46lb, agp: 50lb
so depending on the model, its pretty similar.

borg warner doesnt offer a dbb chra. a few shops have done a dbb for their shop cars tho. im sure it was all custom work, and cost a pretty penny.

considering a s256 spools at 36-3800, i can only imagine the s258 would be at 3800-3900. at that point, better off goin 3082 or 35r/.63 and get alot more power potential.
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and those turbos run? CHRA? Compressor wheel?

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no specs. all i know is an independent shop (non-vendor) sent it out and got it converted. dont know to where. it was a s256.
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no no no...specs on the 3082 and 35r? as far as chra and wheel size

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ooo. my mistake.

3082 = 35r compressor/30r turbine. 580-600 capable. ~3700-3800 spool verified by 3 others w/ em on here. use the .82ar w/ this to alleviate pressure since there will be a larger amount of back pressure due to the 30r turbine
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