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Old 03-31-2019, 02:32 PM
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Hi to all
there is someone with B16a with gtx 3076 gen2 it work?
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Be more specific with your question.

Obviously the combination can work. You can use anything from a GT28 to a GT40 turbo on a B16. Whether it's the right choice or not depends on a bunch of other factors.
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Be more specific with your question.

Obviously the combination can work. You can use anything from a GT28 to a GT40 turbo on a B16. Whether it's the right choice or not depends on a bunch of other factors.
I am looking to see a dyno with this turbo...
i am between gt3582 0.82 vs gtx 3076 gen 2 0.82
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I am looking to see a dyno with this turbo...
i am between gt3582 0.82 vs gtx 3076 gen 2 0.82
Both, especially the 3582, are going to have huge spool times on a 1.6L engine.

This can get you started - https://www.google.com/search?ei=SEy...60.hMBAoYF9Wow

What is your intended power?
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Gtx3076 Gen2 0.82 will spool much better from 0.82 gt3582.
And will probably spool better from 0.63 gt3582 too.
On a B16 i would go GTX3071 GEN2 with .63 a/r HELL of a combo.
With a 0.82 even on GT30 turbine wheel power will not come hard before 7000 rpm.
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If 3076 gen 2 with 0.82 spool better than gt3582 with 0.63 a/r then this is my turbo.
i donít care what happen before 7000.hahaha
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Ok haha. A BETTER combo is to ask Shodan to convert the GT3582 you already have to GTX3576 with .63..You ll need compressor wheel, backplate, and compressor cover kit...
One of the best combo for the b16 out there. And it will be cheaper for you.

If you have the money efr 7163 is my personal best pick . I dont have clear knowledge about the G25 series yet...
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