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A Big Wheel Stocker from AGP? No way!




Technically this is not from AGP as we have always bashed the BWS and its inability to truly compete with our big turbo kit. There was a local shop to us that closed its doors recently that sourced these turbos, and before they left town they sold their remaining stock of these turbos to us. We have a handful of these and wanted to pass the savings down to those of you that want a little bit of an upgrade. We say "little bit of an upgrade" because it really is.

Unbolt your stock turbo, keep the turbine spacer ring, transfer your wastegate and surge valve over to this one, and reinstall.

Stock Turbo compressor wheel specs:

Inducer - 43.4mm
Exducer - 56.1mm

Big Wheel Stock compressor wheel specs:

Inducer - 48.3mm
Exducer - 68mm

All parts are brand new OEM spec and the rotating assembly is VSR high speed balanced. If we didn't think these were well made, we wouldn't sell them. We highly recommend not exceeding 18psi of boost on these turbos, or any TD04 based turbo, as high shaft speeds will shorten the life of the turbo.

Included is a CHRA with compressor housing and an oil drain gasket. You will need to reuse your factory wastegate actuator (or AGP WGA) and your factory surge valve (or AGP BOP), and your turbine spacer ring. Not installing the spacer ring will result in turbine wheel damage.

We only have a few of these, so get your order in. Click here to purchase.


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Can you tell me how this is compared to an E1?
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Interesting. What type of gains can be seen from this turbo?


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Not sure what specs are in the E1. This is a solid 300whp upgrade around 18psi.


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Not sure what specs are in the E1. This is a solid 300whp upgrade around 18psi.
On pump or e85?
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On pump or e85?
You shouldn't need anything more than pump at 18psi


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Where are the turbos frOm? Who put them together?
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I would say on e85 you could easily hit 340hp and 440 torque with injectors 3 bar map and tip and a tune and a walbro 255.
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This would be a nice addition to the manifold I made, but the part about not going over 18psi worries me. I'm planning on 22-23 psi on e85.
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When I was spiking 20psi I blew up my stock turbo twice because of compressor surge at part throttle boost. So I got a big turbo and never had anymore problems. If your going to run high boost make sure you don't have compressor surge.
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We got these from Rios Performance which was a local guy supplying these turbos.


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This would be a nice addition to the manifold I made, but the part about not going over 18psi worries me. I'm planning on 22-23 psi on e85.
You want reliable every day for years, buy a big turbo kit.


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So tempting man how many u have in stock

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Would you need a retune to safely run this?
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^^^ no return line needed. Big injectors with a rescale then tune you will be golden


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