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Just ordered an 60mm compressor for my stock turbo. I know that this is nothing new but i haven't found anyone on here that has posted pictures and talked about the machining that has to be done. So that is my intention, i will have dyno sheets and also cost, difficulty, and pictures. The first dyno pull will be 4/25/09. Rumor has it that a Hx35/40 adds around 50 hp, but i plan on testing it. If anyone has done this before and knows of problems i may encounter i would really like to have the warning.
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lol i know as if we don't have enough. wait what am i saying there is never to many turbos.
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Let me know about that machining, I'm curious as well. I was just reading about those as well, and it said that 98.5 and newer Autos needed machining. And I'm curious about the turbos off of sticks, because the one on my truck now actually came off an 02 6spd, because I couldn't get my exhaust housing freed up to clock it for the twins. Anyways, keep us posted. It should allow for a bit more air, and they seem pretty reasonably priced.
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i believe the spec is to machine the baring mount on the compressor side to hold a .040 bigger baring. I will have more info when the parts get here. Price isn't to bad high tech turbo kit i bought was 375 + shipping. stock the compressor is 54mm and with the hybrid it will be a 60mm compressor so it adds 6mm. I expect the spool speed to be a little slow because of the extra weight being added to the rotating assembly and also because it will have the Resistance of the extra air flow. But all that should be cured with the 200hp sticks and the dragon fire extreme i have planed for it in the next 4 months!

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I don't think spool up will be an issue with 200hp sticks. You will be running really hot again though.
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very ture but oh well just means i need twins!! lol But that will be a while yet.
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I've ran one for years. If price says anything I gave 185 dollars for my wheel and housing when I bought it. Makes a decent turbo, I've seen way to much boost out of mine several times. Getting the shaft back threw the snap seal was the hardest part of the reassembly. I would drill the divider out on the exhaust side while it was apart just to help it flow a little better.

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Thanks for the heads up. And yes i was planing to take out the divider to allow all six cylinders to have the ability to reach the waste gate, but flow is another good reason to.
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Port the wastegate a bit while you're in there.

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