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Old 12-13-2006, 03:29 PM   #1
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Default GT3582R / GT3567R / T67R with T4 Divided Turbine Housing & Divided Turbo Manifold

Has anyone used these three turbos with a T4 divided exhaust housing and properly divided manifold.

I've seen the benefits of the GT40R and GT42R in conjunction with a divided manifold and the results in response/spool/full boost looks great. The benefits should apply to the GT3582R, GT3567R and T67R also, but I have not seen any dynographs of these turbos yet with a T4 divided exhaust housind and divided manifold.

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Default Re: GT3582R / GT3567R / T67R with T4 Divided Turbine Housing & Divided Turbo Manifold (gawath)

was talking to someone wont drop names, the divided top mount better suits the garrett gt turbos. i was looking at the same for the t4t67 with a divided top mount.
i think it has to do with the wheel design.
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That's one of the things that I was questioning also. Is there a greater benefit with a divided setup with a "regular" exhaust turbine or a "GT" exhaust turbine.
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Default Re: GT3582R / GT3567R / T67R with T4 Divided Turbine Housing & Divided Turbo Manifold (boostedcivics

well the person i talked to, told me not to go with the divided housing on my setup with the t4 housing. it isnt not worth it. it better suits the gt turbo.
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Default Re: GT3582R / GT3567R / T67R with T4 Divided Turbine Housing & Divided Turbo Manifold (boostedcivics

Thanks for the follow up. Click the image to open in full size.
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Default Re: GT3582R / GT3567R / T67R with T4 Divided Turbine Housing & Divided Turbo Manifold (boostedcivics

i thik it has to do with high boost levels... not sure but a well educated guess! Click the image to open in full size.
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