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2008-12-04 04:37:59
Big Dog Status
Recieved my new turbo today. Its a Borg Warner/Bullseye Power S366XL turbo, T4 1.00a/r housing. This will be going in a b13, with a AFI top mount turbo manifold, which I'm waiting on. Should be done by this upcomming summer of 2009.

2008-12-04 04:43:40
nice my next turbo will be a BW372R. what are your goals with that turbo?
2008-12-04 04:50:20
Your nuts! Im looking at a turbo right now thats good for 550-600whp. Im trying to work the details out with the guy now...Turbo VE goodness!
2008-12-04 04:51:47
Yea i was gonna get the S372 but...I was unsure about spool time with a plain DE, you know the honda boys got a deeper rev range, so I played it safe. Even though its not all about power, I will have 650-7ish with this turbo easily. The XL has the same size compressor cover as the 372 but with a smaller wheel, makes more power than the S368, so I figured I'll meet in the middle and see how it will do, plus I wanted something more streetable.
2008-12-04 04:55:23
Hmm... Are you planning on sucking babies into the engine bay of your car? Because it looks as thought that's what that turbo is made for to me.
2008-12-04 11:29:35
Seems that BW's are all the rage, lately. Curious to see how it works out for you I love that v band compressor outlet. Gotta be a bitch to install, though.
2008-12-04 11:43:55
Wow didnt you just sell your B14?!?!?!? Welcome back to the SR20 world brother.
2008-12-04 13:16:56
Yes I did, I have that itch again. I'm intrested to see how it works out as well.
2008-12-04 20:11:11
i still wonder how those studs AND the head can support all that weight! always amazes me. cant wait to go big turbo this winter!
2008-12-04 20:24:18
Borg Warner has always been and will be the cats meow.

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