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Old 03-13-2007, 03:31 PM
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ct26 on d15b7



what management should I run?
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Old 03-13-2007, 03:52 PM
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Wow...26 posts and you ask a question like that YOu know your gonna get your *** reamed right :1

Did you read the sticky about the search function

You need a motec standalone w/all options runs about $10,000

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Old 03-13-2007, 09:06 PM
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Haha...you're going to hate that turbo. 90-91 pm6 running TE.
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Old 03-13-2007, 10:33 PM
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ok ok lets do this properly. d15b7 ARP headstuds, metal HG.

parts;
cust log style turbo mani
ct26 turbo
450cc dsm
greddy type RS bov
cust exhaust 3" yaye.
p06
HMT style boost controller
random boost guage
bar and plate intercooler big ******
2.5" CP HMT ghetto ----.
heat wrap

um thats it for now.

my hp goal is 250 bhp.
turbo is being rebuilt.
factory rate is 179 kW

as per google research: kWx1.341=hp - 179x1.341= 240hp

so My turbo should be good for my hp goal.

basicly I want to run a piggy back. Anyone have similar setup and/or used this turbo.




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which ct26?
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Old 03-14-2007, 08:31 AM
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from a supra

compressor hot side
72mm inlet 60mm
57 a/r 106x87mm flange

and its a 4 bolt dump pipe. internally gated
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Originally Posted by 95integra
from a supra

compressor hot side
72mm inlet 60mm
57 a/r 106x87mm flange

and its a 4 bolt dump pipe. internally gated

Have you ever ridden in a mk3 supra Boost threshhold is like at 2800-3500 stock. That exhaust housing has made over 500 crank horsepower on 7m's. Spool might be a problem for you, not sure since ive never experienced a d15 w/ that setup. You could have made your 250hp on a 14b and still spool at a decent rpm. Or if you get a hair up your ***, you could use the turbine housing from an mr2...

BTW the CT26 is a very ineffiecent turbo for higher boost levels, dont plan on making too much hp in the future...
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Old 03-14-2007, 01:35 PM
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I'm thinking of swap the hot side for smaller one,

I haven't looked into yet but it seams to me like the flange from the ct26 is a t4.


from what we've calculated we're expecting to see boost around 4500 rpm.

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Old 03-14-2007, 02:43 PM
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So I was doing a bit more research;

using my setup;
parts;
cust log style turbo mani
ct26 turbo
450cc dsm
greddy type RS bov
cust exhaust 3" yaye.
p06
HMT style boost controller
random boost guage
bar and plate intercooler big ******
2.5" CP HMT ghetto ----.
heat wrap

I belive using a AFC hack would be best suited for my setup.
using my 450cc injectors I could run a smooth, rich setup.

my question is, which basemap should I run to get myself started off, and which direction should I go in order to have a smooth running setup


ps; doing more reading on the turbo itself, the turbo will keep up to 7200rpm

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