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How do you like the Gtx3584rs?
Like it a lot, but it's maybe not as well suited for many 930s with bolt-ons. Its slightly larger turbine wheel sure flows like crazy and it was fantastic on your fully twin-scroll 3.4L EFI 930.

We are still trying to get the time to do a true back-to-back test, Gen2 GTX3582R vs. GTX3584RS, on a more "standard" 930 (usual bolt-ons), either CIS or EFI.

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Old 08-29-2019, 01:11 PM
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Gotcha.I am really impressed with it boost seems to come on at 2800 and becomes violent all the way through redline.The car is unbelievable.

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Kevin: Could you give some more detailed spool info like gear/rpm for 0.5bar, 0.8bar and 1bar for your turbo and what else have you done? Maybe even afr and timing before those spots. I try to get same rpm/boost data then on my twinscroll holset40super.
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I think thatís a tough question to answer unless you give more details under which scenario you want that turbo to operate.

HP/Boost targets?
Built vs stock engine?
CIS vs EFI?
Etc
I thought I overthink things.

You can simply state the differences you noticed from this turbo to the one you had prior.
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Like it a lot, but it's maybe not as well suited for many 930s with bolt-ons. Its slightly larger turbine wheel sure flows like crazy and it was fantastic on your fully twin-scroll 3.4L EFI 930.

We are still trying to get the time to do a true back-to-back test, Gen2 GTX3582R vs. GTX3584RS, on a more "standard" 930 (usual bolt-ons), either CIS or EFI.
Chris, half my engine is already in Arizona, just saying

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Gotcha.I am really impressed with it boost seems to come on at 2800 and becomes violent all the way through redline.The car is unbelievable.
Kevin - This post is worthless without video.
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I am looking to change out my Kokeln ball bearing to a turbo that will provide more power. What is best replacement? Will a Garrett GT 35r work on a air cooled motor? I see that it needs water cooling? What gives when I see the 35r in somebody's parts list on this site?
Running gt35r @ .9bar, efi, no water cooling. Pulls like a freight train. 315s hook really well & lift front end so high feels like wheelie... Running K27 on the blue 930. K27 seems to put off a lot of heat, bubbled bumper paint. I like both turbos equally.




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