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Porsche Crest WTB EFI turbo......

Hey guys,

I am looking for a good Triple K framed upgraded turbo for my EFI project. Cuious if Juan or any of the other guys that change turbos like their underwear would have one.

Looking for a K27 HighFlow S or HighFlow 2 or equal maybe even better turbo.

Thanks!
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Old 06-07-2007, 11:51 PM
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I got an inside connection for new turbos, if you wish send me the the exact specs you wish and I shoot you a price ( my cost)
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How much power are you looking for and what's the car going to be used for? An alternative to the typical KKK upgrades is the Garrett GT's, such as the GT30R or GT35R. The 35R is an awesome little turbo
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Looking for a turbo that will run beyond 600HP but not be too laggy. Maybe asking for too much?

I am currently looking at a Turbonetics T3 T4 with a 58mm inducer. I am working on getting specific AR numbers for it.

I was told by a couple of people here that these turbos were ok but they dont have the best customer service. I am hoping that buying a Turbonetics turbo through a rebuilder will help with that.
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call tim's turbos.. they were very helpful to me.. many others out there as well
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Looking for a turbo that will run beyond 600HP but not be too laggy. Maybe asking for too much?

I am currently looking at a Turbonetics T3 T4 with a 58mm inducer. I am working on getting specific AR numbers for it.

I was told by a couple of people here that these turbos were ok but they dont have the best customer service. I am hoping that buying a Turbonetics turbo through a rebuilder will help with that.
Gt4088r with .85ar, or with .95ar for moving the curve up a little, good for 700hp, or a Gt3582r for fast spooling with .82ar, good for up to 600hp, pm me if in need, I have both new, cheers, Candy.
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The GT40R would be a little lazier than a GT35R, but it will get you to 600 crank HP if that's what you're aiming for, at the expense of some responsiveness. The GT35R, on an air cooled motor, will be good for anywhere between 500-550 crank HP depending on boost. If you want more, then step up to the GT40R.
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Gregg at Tial built me some turbo's for my twin that did over 555 ft lbs and 600hp at 1.2 bar and had virtually no lag on a relatively mild 3.6 twin air motor.. this thing was like right now! Not sure what they were but Gregg designs and puts together some nice turbo packages.

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Any opinion on this turbo:
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I'd 100% be calling Kevin - an absolute premier expert for your application - & local to us in the PNW:

www.ultimatemotorwerks.com
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The man, Kevin:
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I'd 100% be calling Kevin - an absolute premier expert for your application - & local to us in the PNW:

www.ultimatemotorwerks.com
Nothing against KKK turbos and Ultimate Motorworks, but the unit I listed 'appears' to offer similar gains as the HF2 at about 1/2 the price, and 'should' only require minimal work to install - hence my request for opinions.

It is also a plain bearing turbo - made for an oil-only application such ours.
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'Appears' being the key.
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Isn't that why one inquires about something???

Reality is that I've been involved in motorsports with too many manufacturers' (both OE and aftermarket) to believe for a second that one person knows best.

It is free market, so if anyone is willing to pay someone to CNC turbo housings and fit custom wheels on generally poor performing turbos from a specific manufacturer in order to allow them to perform at comperable levels with other, modern units, that's great.

Myself, I plan on checking into the 'other', modern manufacturers' offerings along with opinions of people who have used turbos other than KKK units so as to hopefully identify the best solution - with cost being part of that equation. The p-tax deal equates to fingernails on the chalkboard to me......

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Never said for one moment that 'one person knows best' - I suggested he call Kevin, period. An inquiry, as you call it.

I guess you call a K27 "generally poor performing turbos", sorry I prefer
to rely on more than just anecdotal advice.

Kevin knows EFI and Porsche turbos perhaps more than any other one person I know of, so not contacting him is an omission I wouldn't be comfortable with.......if I were looking at a $20,000+ EFI job.

A K27 doesn't require a load or work to install, and saving a bit of money for the sake of saving money......
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Any opinion on this turbo:
T3/T61
That will work, excellent price also, cheers, Candy.
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Anyone have a Triple K solution in good used condition available? I have wasted time with two rebuilders now who have claimed to be able to help me. Now that I am calling others no one can ship to me in time to make LA next week for tuning.

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Gregg at Tial built me some turbo's for my twin that did over 555 ft lbs and 600hp at 1.2 bar and had virtually no lag on a relatively mild 3.6 twin air motor.. this thing was like right now! Not sure what they were but Gregg designs and puts together some nice turbo packages.

you can call gregg he knows the full range of turbos and tial is one of the best in parts suppliers.. And VZ935 has shown a beutiful example right here.. Not sure what a HF sells for but from what I have heard it is big bucks with no advantages over some of the newer stuff. other then keeping it very much stock looking and all the connections the same which is worth something as well. You do also get great support though for the tripple k's as kevin is well known on the boards
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Gumba - what's your time frame? I may have something for you.

The K27 series claim-to-fame is that they are a relative bolt-on application that is tailored to the 911 turbo. Kevin and Stephen have done a great job with the series.
The pitfall is the price. The turbo industry has exploded due to the ricer's influence, driving prices down and creating lots of new and better turbos. If you are not locked into the K27 flange style you have options.

All that being said, I would hate to see this great new BBS become the wasteland that is Rennlist. There is no traffic to speak of on the Rennlist 930 board because it has been taken over by sponsor ass kissers that are rude to anyone with a different idea.
Discussion is a good thing
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........ There is no traffic to speak of on the Rennlist 930 board because it has been taken over by sponsor ass kissers that are rude to anyone with a different idea.......................
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LOL!! Don't sugar coat it. Tell it like it really is!
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