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What Is The Standard Turbo In An Fg Falcon?


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Already got the 3582 billet wheel

not keen to lose any more response though so staying with 0.5 cover

Though your repeated comments of how u miss the response of the std turbo is sorta making me waver!

Too bad I will just prepare for lag city and anything better is bonus :ok:

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Joe did my car with the 11 blade billet wheeled 3540

It's not laggy at all. And for 450rwkw its a great turbo. But it's not as responsive as the std turbo.

The ba/f and f6 guys wouldn't notice a difference but I do

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Hey man I looked into it and I could only find one bloke that made Em and put on ebay.

I bought the f6 turbo and upgraded it :)

Btw I have all those specs at home on my laptop I'll post it here later.

You've got a Terry don't you bjc?

Yeah mate I've got the F6X (FPV model of Territory Turbo) and from what I can see on the comp housing and by how it feels when it boosts then tapers I'm gathering it's the 3576 that is fitted (It's tuned) unlike from what I have read the Territory Turbo's have the original 3582?

On my comp housing it's stamped A/R.50, 6-1/1 and M12 (I think but don't have a photo of the M12).

From what I understand the front housing on B series had M24 stamped?

So does this mean that inside the comp housings they are shaped different as they are both A/R.50?

I have a spare BF series turbo downstairs without the rear housing but the core is excellent so will have to measure it up but that's the one that has the chipped comp wheel. I could prob still use that wheel but a fin is slightly bent and even though I touched up the chips I'm not going to take the risk!

I could fit the Kinugawa wheel to this for test fit but removal would be fun as the tolerance is way to tight and requires heating to fit...

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I am almost certain that's a 3540

They are both a .5 cover but because they are different wheels the internals are different as well

I'd do a test fit just to see how it goes on and then chuck it on your Terry

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Yeah got a free day tomorrow so hopefully I'll get it test fitted. The 3540 housing will need a clean up though as it is peppered a bit...

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320 on 98 is the highest ive seen.

Ive had 357rwkw on E85 on the standard turbo.

I kinda regret not billet wheeling the standard turbo or buying a GTX3576

I have seen 337 on 98, small turbo with good supporting mods.

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So I just test fitted the billet comp wheel. Took me 3 mins as the tolerance was only .03mm from my dodgey verniers.

I just used the heat gun and sat the wheel on the shaft and heated it from there!

Time to test the housing to see if it fits...

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