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Old 05-06-2011, 02:14 AM   #1
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Cool what is the best turbo size for an f22a1-a6?

i was wondering if anybody knows the perfect size of turbo for the f22a6?
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Old 05-06-2011, 02:29 AM   #2
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Thats a pretty broad question. It would depend on what you are looking for. Ease on installation? Cost? Max power? Quick Spool? One of the most popular turbos is from DSM cars. Relatively easy to install and cheap, and sized enough to give some power while still keeping driveability decent.
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Old 05-06-2011, 02:45 AM   #3
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yeah dsm is cheap but i want power and driveability i mean i dont want a small dsm turbo they are tiny. I want to know whats a good turbo setup like size?
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Old 05-06-2011, 02:54 AM   #4
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DSM turbos are not tiny at all!.....only the T25 would be a little smaller than the 14b, But the 16g or big 16g are almost perfect for the low comp SOHC F22A you have. I been yet to see a 20g on a cb7 F22 powered but most basic setups are t3/t4OE. Now the hybrid t3/t4 is a big turbo not too big for the F22 or anything just bigger than even the BIG EVO 3 16G turbo.

it depends on what suits you best....fast spooling(personally street)

Or Full Top end performance.....(Drag and track times)

spooling fast may be great on time attacks/auto cross

If i would want to boost a f22 a would go EWG(External wastegate) and have a big 16 housing ported and machined to fit a 20g compression wheel and keep the 16g exhaust housing side only which introduces the Big B-A-S-T-A-R-D 20G which spools like no tomorrow....lol
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Old 05-06-2011, 03:04 AM   #5
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t3/t4 turbonetics turbo, Compressor: T04E 50,Turbine: Stage 2 (54mm),Turbine A/R: .48
you think one of these hybrids is good then?

http://www.turbochargers.com/store/p...oducts_id/1578
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t3/t4 turbonetics turbo, Compressor: T04E 50,Turbine: Stage 2 (54mm),Turbine A/R: .48
you think one of these hybrids is good then?

http://www.turbochargers.com/store/p...oducts_id/1578
Good choice of a turbo, but can your motor handle the power?..

a healthy stock motor would even blow with a turbo like that and no work put into internals....

maybe for efficient power and reliable strength you should look into Camshafts and head work follow by some bottom end work, the perfect tuning right size injectors and you can find the right setup then your golden. But after 300hp traction becomes an issue.

Theres still alot of research left like transmission work, If i were you i'll look more into it and then decide which turbo to go with but for now try studying on N/A and maintain the F22A6 currently in your cb7
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Old 05-06-2011, 09:10 AM   #7
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To be quite honest... this is one of those questions that, if you can't answer it yourself, you probably don't know enough to safely boost your engine.
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Old 05-06-2011, 07:13 PM   #8
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yeah im just asking around tho for future references and for maybe some suggestions (:
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It depends what your goals are, and how you plan to use the car... also, how much money you want to spend.

The 14b will work just fine for a fairly low-boost setup, and it will be the most cost effective.
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