Thread: turbo size
11-11-2011, 02:30 AM #1
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Hello everyone, I know what measures the A / R must have the turbo for seadoo? know about this product? hello thanks
GODSPEED gt30 gt3076r t25 turbo .86 ar 500hp sr20 s13
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11-13-2011, 01:29 AM #2
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sorry for my english, my question is,this turbo used on 2000cc car( lancia delta )this size is good for seadoo engine? New compressor T04E AR50 exducer 76mm inducer 50.80 mm,
- New core axis with cooling water and oil again
- Spiral 48 AR exhaust impeller 58mm inducer 48mm exducer.
11-13-2011, 02:05 AM #3
I'm confused with all the specs but typically you would want an AR of .70 in the front cover with the wheel being between 60-75mm depending how much boost and lag you want, the larger the wheel the more of each you will get.
The exhaust housing ranges between .48-.83 AR this is chosen also by how much boost you plan to run. For example if you plan to run About 10lbs you go with a .48 housing to minimize your lag if you run say 20 lbs then you run a .64 AR, anymore then 25+lbs then you'd want to run a .84 housing. The smaller housings have less lag but will "choke" with too much boost this is why you run larger housings. The most common rear housing is the .64 AR.
Hope that answers some questions.
11-13-2011, 10:39 AM #4
If that turbo is for a recreational jet ski that you just want to ride every weekend and jump waves it will be great. you will have very little lag and a hard aceeleration on turns. Now if you plan to used for racing or top speed it will not fit your needs. A good boost level for that turbo will be 18 psi if you go over that it will not be too efficient....
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