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SimonR32

Garrett Medium Frame Gtx Turbos

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SimonR32    179

Just was looking at the Garrett website and noticed they have put up some new part numbers!

GTX3071R_GT3071R_overlap.jpg

GTX3076R_GT3076R_overlap.jpg

GTX3582R_GT3582R_overlap.jpg

Wonder what pricing will be?!?

Those compressor maps look impressive for big boost and power (should go great with E85!)

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R31Nismoid    700

Oooo the 3071 looks brilliant in terms of a good RB25 upgrade/stock motor

GT3076 is very interesting too.

GT35 just gets fatter, almost 10lb/min :dry:

That would be a very good upgrade.

But indeed... all comes down to the price lol.

Interesting if they get some 2860 graphs up.

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snozzle    9

Found this interesting bit of text on a website selling these turbos.

"This is the new Billet version of the previous Garrett GT3076R model.This Dual Ball Bearing turbo has an Oil & Water Cooled center cartridge. This turbocharger is on track to replaced the older GT3582R model as the most popular mid sized turbo on the market. The original GT3076R paved the way for many performance enthusiasts earning its place as the best all around turbo out there for most peoples needs. The new GTX3076R makes more power, spools faster, and is all around better than the GT3076R."

http://realstreetperformance.com/store/57m...turbo-2009.html

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R31Nismoid    700

The other thing is too with lighter wheels, if it affects the spool up and so on.

One would imagine potentially a bit faster and if not, on/off throttle should at least be a bit nicer.

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SimonR32    179
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  • Can't believe I bought a new turbo on Tuesday and these come out on Friday!

    RAAAAAAAAGEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE... Mind you my turbo was less than half the price :dry:

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    limpus    3

    Can't see the pics as well but it certainly makes for an interesting choice if my 3076 ever let go...

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    boostn0199    46

    So does this mean that your basically in a gtx3071r youll be getting more power than a 3076 and less lag and with the gtx 3076r youll be getting power like a 3582 with the response of a 3076?

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    TiTAN    860
    So does this mean that your basically in a gtx3071r youll be getting more power than a 3076 and less lag and with the gtx 3076r youll be getting power like a 3582 with the response of a 3076?

    as far as the comp maps show there it will be very close, the gtx3071 map is almost spot on the normal 3076 so they will make similar power but the normal 3582 map still flows a few more pounds/Min more than the GTX3076

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    boostn0199    46
    as far as the comp maps show there it will be very close, the gtx3071 map is almost spot on the normal 3076 so they will make similar power but the normal 3582 map still flows a few more pounds/Min more than the GTX3076

    Well aslong as gtx3076 makes more power than before without added lag then I think I found my next turbo.

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    GTScotT    89

    Someone find me a 1JZ 6boob for the right price and we will see how deep the rabbit hole goes :dry:

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