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I love when the UPS man shows up..new parts!!!!

Well, I have not been on the boards in awhile.... kinda took a couple of months off from the car, and tended to other stuff, but now back on it hard..

I am going to be making my own headers. I have ordered and received the CNC flanges that bolt to the heads, and Monday I will order the collecters from Burns Stainless.. them the SS tubing, and hopefully have the headers completed with in a month or so... This turbo is the Garrett GT-35r dual BB cartridge with the Tial cast SS turbine housing, instead of it being cast iron.... weight savings close to 40 % from a normal turbo... it is very light... Enjoy the pics... B





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Old 05-30-2008, 05:44 PM
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"Weight savings" on a turbocharger. Hm.
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Alright!
Kudos to you for doing it right.
It is nice to see somthing other than "check out my really cool 80's mods I'm doing to my car in the year 2008..."
Can I say I'm jealous of your turbo?
I went with a turbonetics unit closer to a 30R size. It's inbetween though as it is a t4 framed turbo with a custom compressor. Don't want to jack your thread so I'll share details later once things come back form the coaters. The tial hot housing has really done well since inception - this correlates with the engineering behind it.
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GT35R with Tial turbine housing and what appears to be a Forced Performance machined anti-surge compressor housing???? If you bought it from FP what not anty up for the HTA compressor?? Night and day difference between the standard and HTA compressors in spool and flow. Interesting though The Tial housings are nice and sure as sh%t make turbo removal so much easier for maintenance.
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"Weight savings" on a turbocharger. Hm.
Why not? His car has carbon fiber everything, he's removing weight from the most aft position on the car and taking weight strain off the header (although I think he's going to use some sort of support). I think its a pretty good idea.
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My brother finally bought the turbo

I have waited almost 6 years to see this day. Now, let's hope it doesn't take him that long to get the thing running.

He He. had to bust your ba//s. Glad you are finally making big progress. This thing is going to be sweet. Maybe I'll come to GA. for the inaugural run.

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Adam, While I will go with ForcedPerformance for my Tial W/G and BOV, I chose to deal directly with Tial on the turbo. I like to V-band clamp design, and since I am building my own headers, it was a no brainer.

As far the weight savings go, that was not the only reason, although it is one of them. I also like the fuctionality of the V-band design... Even though I know I wont be taking this thing off every weekend, it is still nice to know that in Two years, I won't have to dear with any of those pesky four corroded bolts ( turbo to headers)
I will be using a brace to take the remaining weight of the turbo from resting on the headers... and the other reason, ... I liked the way it looks, and it is something different. Hell I know racers who spend thousands of dollars just to save a few pounds... the cost of this turbo with the new SS housing was actually cheaper that the factory turbo from Garrett!

E-man, I would love to hear about your turbo..and see some pics...

Bryan, I will take you up on your offer...might even have a nice cold Oberon sitting here waiting for ya!!!!!!!
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Nice project....

I tried checking Tial's website for a SS turbo but could not find pricing. What is the ball park price ? You can Pm me if you like.

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Adam, While I will go with ForcedPerformance for my Tial W/G and BOV, I chose to deal directly with Tial on the turbo. I like to V-band clamp design, and since I am building my own headers, it was a no brainer.


It's funny you say that because right after I posted that there I did have a brain fart and remember that FP and Tial share a similar machining for their compressor housings. DOH!

One other nice feature about the Tial turbine housing is that the stainless tends to retain heat a little bit more than your typical nickel-cast iron housing. helps with spool a tad and keeps some of the heat from radiating into the compressor backing plate.

Now if Tial would only get off their lazy ass and make a twin scroll version of that housing you have now. I'd pay good money for one immediately!


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Nice project....

I tried checking Tial's website for a SS turbo but could not find pricing. What is the ball park price ? You can Pm me if you like.

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When you can find them in stock they typically sell for about $250 for a bare housing depending on the source and demand at the time. They're still a pretty hot item right now and Tial has a consistently difficult time keeping up with production.
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How much weight did you lose with the special housing?
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