Mitsubishi drop in turbo upgrade for CTR

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Is this a hint of a drop? Is it in the works.......
Let me know if you need a test car! :D
Vincent are you serious? Planing to make a fk8 turbo?
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Turbos are very complex in their very nature by the sentiment of trying to have your cake and eat it too.
WIFE, SEX
  • We want fastest spool as possible but also want mad top end power
  • Strike that and call me a maverick, I like my women AND turbos with that lag that presses you harder into the seat than you bargained for! Sexy
  • I grew up with Porsche and loved driving the shop 930 Turbo, I also like old 2 stroke dirtbikes so I relish the non contemporary powerbands ?
  • We want super reliable and great fit but want at as low as cost as possible
  • Yes :)
  • We want to it make 500+hp but I want it to drive just like OEM
  • Nah, we want to drive it off boost and know that the holy realm is waiting for our summons ?
What do we have here?

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Any chance your team developing a HVI style intake and inlet pipe to complete the 27Won bolt on experience? I know I'm scooping this drop-in up once it's released.
I don't have any active development on that at this time.
 

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Well I am impressed that you would follow through and take on this task!
I won't mince words here.
How are you able to leap into this segment AND challenge your established competition?
Do you use a known supplier or send specs to your own machinists?
 


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Well I am impressed that you would follow through and take on this task!
I won't mince words here.
How are you able to leap into this segment AND challenge your established competition?
Do you use a known supplier or send specs to your own machinists?
By not challenging anyone. We aren't making a turbo to beat anyone. I am making the turbocharger we are being asked for. A drop-in unit, with a sub $2000 price point, 500whp capable, and works with all existing parts. We aim to fill the need asked.

Its our specs. We have been working on this for a while, I think will hit the mark for what many are looking for.
 

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By not challenging anyone. We aren't making a turbo to beat anyone. I am making the turbocharger we are being asked for. A drop-in unit, with a sub $2000 price point, 500whp capable, and works with all existing parts. We aim to fill the need asked.

Its our specs. We have been working on this for a while, I think will hit the mark for what many are looking for.
Pretty damn solid answer. After seeing the file can't wait to see the CFD simulations that results from it :cool:
 

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Pretty damn solid answer. After seeing the file can't wait to see the CFD simulations that results from it :cool:
CFD will tell us some but is much more complicated in the turbo sense because of the whole aspect of combustion. Most of our testing/data will really be hands-on. Dyno, drag strip, and just beating the crap out of the unit. We have prototypes in motion.
 

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Well that depends , usually I take around hour and 45 minutes to remove the turbo , depending on which mods you have installed , some aftermarket parts such as downpipe could have the bolts more difficult to remove than other etc it has oem downpipe and turbo shields of it just a blanket etc. You need to remove : intake inlet pipe , downpipe , top bar support ( on top of the radiator) and then you will have acces to the turbo . Then you can remove all the bolts from the exhaust manifold, turbo bracket ( underneath of the turbo ) oil line on top and the bottom , vacune and boost line ( bov, and vac line ) and for last one the water line , that is messy soon as you remove that line the coolant start to leaking, you need to get ready a plug for it. Then you can swap the turbo and reverse the steps , just make sure to never spins the turbine with your hands , cover exhaust manifold exit , intercooler hose and turbo inlet housing for prevent any coolant or any particles goes in . And add oil to the turbo before to plug the feeding oil line .

I do my own tunning , so for this customer I just did a quick tuning before go to the Dyno . A Dyno tunning could take around 1 to 4 hours depending on how much are you planing to squeeze from your setup and get everything cover .

Late to the party but why " never spins the turbine with your hands "?

 

 
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