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Dont see much info on this turbo with our hondaís so here is mine. Tuned on 93

Motor:
9.1 compression
81.5 bore
type R crank
BC spring and retainers
Flat faced valves
CTR cams
Victorx intake manifold perfomer

turbo kit:
tempest top mount manifold
ebay 3in intercololer kit
.82 t3 turbine housing

tuned to 19lbs made 452/300. Afr around 10.5-11

Will be switching to e85 and turning her up to 30 lbs

*ill post graph later. It wonít upload from my phone.*

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The dyno sheet in not online
What a/r housing?
Is it an 1.8L ?
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Dont see much info on this turbo with our hondaís so here is mine. Tuned on 93

Motor:
9.1 compression
81.5 bore
type R crank
BC spring and retainers
Flat faced valves
CTR cams
Victorx intake manifold perfomer

turbo kit:
tempest top mount manifold
ebay 3in intercololer kit
.88 t3 turbine housing

tuned to 19lbs made 452/300. Afr around 10.5-11

Will be switching to e85 and turning her up to 30 lbs

*ill post graph later. It wonít upload from my phone.*
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The dyno sheet in not online
What a/r housing?
Is it an 1.8L ?
it wonít upload for some reason. I updated my info

82 t3 housing and yes 81.5mm
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t4 open 0.88 or t3 .82
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t4 open 0.88 or t3 .82
.82 t3
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Ok i was wating for this dyno to come a long time. I coudnt fine one online.
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Ok i was wating for this dyno to come a long time. I coudnt fine one online.
happy to help. Iíll upload it when I get home
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happy to help. Iíll upload it when I get home
Thanks!
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a little dip that needs to be fixed but due to only having an hour we werent able to fix it. Car runs strong though. ill be going to the local track once school is over...

goals are a low 11 on slicks.
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a little dip that needs to be fixed but due to only having an hour we werent able to fix it. Car runs strong though. ill be going to the local track once school is over...

goals are a low 11 on slicks.
low 11’s should be a easy goal if your a decent driver, I just took my 93si with a b18c1 (234whp & 212 torque) to a 11.8 @ 116.9mph with a bad 60ft 1.89. I ran three high 11 sec passes and I was having issues and shifting around 7-7500. I’m actually doing a complete retune starting tonight and hoping for a very deep 11 or high 10 in two weeks.
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low 11ís should be a easy goal if your a decent driver, I just took my 93si with a b18c1 (234whp & 212 torque) to a 11.8 @ 116.9mph with a bad 60ft 1.89. I ran three high 11 sec passes and I was having issues and shifting around 7-7500. Iím actually doing a complete retune starting tonight and hoping for a very deep 11 or high 10 in two weeks.
sweet. Im in a eg hatch so weíll see my driving skill 😂
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So is this banter going to go somewhere? Or are you two planning a date to out anytime soon....
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So is this banter going to go somewhere? Or are you two planning a date to out anytime soon....
well damn lol.
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So is this banter going to go somewhere? Or are you two planning a date to out anytime soon....
depending on how you play your cards you might be invited

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a little dip that needs to be fixed but due to only having an hour we werent able to fix it. Car runs strong though. ill be going to the local track once school is over...

goals are a low 11 on slicks.
Your dyno graph looks suspect. A heavy dip in the torque curve should translate into a dip in the HP curve, and yet, yours is unaffected. Why ??? What dynojet software are you using ???
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depending on how you play your cards you might be invited

I'm good.. Really. Thanks, anyway. I'm Just, well, concerned for your well-being seeing that the two of you are just googly-eyed over this dyno for ... what reason again?
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Your dyno graph looks suspect. A heavy dip in the torque curve should translate into a dip in the HP curve, and yet, yours is unaffected. Why ??? What dynojet software are you using ???
i think itís a dynojet 9? They said it was the newest one but yeah the torque reading where all over the place. Since the car feels good and a drop in torque like that be very noticeable so I jut chopped it up to the dyno.
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I'm good.. Really. Thanks, anyway. I'm Just, well, concerned for your well-being seeing that the two of you are just googly-eyed over this dyno for ... what reason again?
im guessing cause he wants to see a dyno graph for this turbo?

thanks for being concerned.

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im guessing cause he wants to see a dyno graph for this turbo?

thanks for being concerned
I'm really not trying to be a smart ***. My attempt at getting to the main question with humor seems to have failed.

This turbo is being displayed without a lot of data behind it. It's also being shown at a very low boost pressure ratio for its size, relative to its capabilities with no background as to purpose, use or even what the plan is for this build and use of this turbo as indicia as to whether or not this would fit another user's needs.
You haven't made any comparisons with similar turbochargers be they in the BW camp or other manufacturers. For example, what, in your opinion, makes the 362-sxe different from the older standard S362? Any differences in turbine wheel or housing options, CHRA changes or design changes from the original? Any aerodynamic changes or fluiddynamic design changes from the S362, or S366, or similar?

I guess I'm looking for the "tech" in your thread here, whether it's empherical evidence, or even an opinion as to what made you choose this over other options besides price. You just posted a dyno of one being used in a common setup at low pressure and said.. "Cool. This speaks for itself".

I as well as many others here do appreciate the contribution, but, what's the point other than... "cool"..

Just put a little more effort into this so it's worthy of being a tech issue ya know? I'm not expecting the world, just well, more than a vague dyno graph.

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^ The worst part is the MPH x-axis, IMO
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Yeah the power by mph is a little anorgasmic haha.
Id like to see an rpm sheet if there is one. Do you remember when you get full boost on 3-4 gear?
On the other hand any dyno sheet is usefull.

On the tech things 62mm sxe looks VERY close to the 62MM FMW, thats close enough to the s363.
Still id get 362 sxe over anything if i wanted "single scroll" due to better efficiency islands and better choke line on the lower pressure ratios.
On the sxe vs s362 FMW surge line in very close.



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Pound per pound id still get the good old cast s360 177272 that already comes with .91 divided housing and spend the saved $ on a divided setup.
s360 will do like 68 lbs/min
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Why is the S3xx SX-E series of turbo still such an unknown entity ? Finding non-diesel related dyno graphs, videos, data etc. is really hard. I'm genuinely wondering and not just trying to be a smart *** -the pricing is reasonable, the flow rates are competitive (on paper at least) and BW has a solid reputation for durable, well made turbos.

Has everyone just made the switch to PTE in this 62-68mm range and is ignoring the non-EFR Borg stuff ?
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Imo its about the turbine housing options and lazy spool of the big 80mm turbine wheel on the s366 that made a bad name spool wise.
People most of the times just want a simple t3 setup.
Plus Garrett is was allways a dominating manufacturer.
Me? Id run anything BUT precision. Unless race car
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