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This is a discussion on RE: Dodge SRT-4 killing an STI (video inside) within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by Jaysonsrt4 yep, td0416glk....a medium sized turbo nothing to drool over but coming from a production car it's ...

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    Originally posted by Jaysonsrt4
    yep, td0416glk....a medium sized turbo nothing to drool over but coming from a production car it's fairly large. It can push maybe 320-330 whp safely. I've seen some dyno's of guys who ported theirs making upward of 350 whp w/ mopars stg one as supporting fuel management. Personally i don't like to just upgrade the compressor wheel...too risky without proper fuel management.
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    oops, i guess i missed that part. I'll edit just for you
    14.045 @101 stock

    stg. one/Perrin fmic, ed piping/Mopar catback/perrin sri/mopar bov...stg. 2 coming soon

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    I think the first gen eclipse uses the td04-13b. The 2nd gen eclipse uses the t25. I believe the 16g is a td05. I wouldn't think the srt-4 uses a 16g, it's too much turbo for that car. The mitsu evo uses the 16g and boosts 18-19psi stock. I doubt the srt-4 pushes that much boost.
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    I was wrong. The SRT-4 does have a td04-16g. I guess it hass the weaker td04 compressor wheel than the evo which is why boost is limited.
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    Originally posted by PPMotorsports
    I guess. Friends, ok?

    For those that DO need an education:
    http://ppmotorsports.com/videos/driz...latinumwrx.mpg
    http://ppmotorsports.com/videos/neon_atco.avi
    http://ppmotorsports.com/videos/wrx_on_fire.avi
    http://ppmotorsports.com/videos/neon_crash.avi

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    nice videos.

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    It also has almost half a liter more to fill, so it won't boost as high as a 2.0L. Definitely not "too much turbo for that car." With the extra cubic inches, it can definitely use a larger turbo...as witnessed by the 500fwhp SRT in texas.

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    Originally posted by ilivas
    I was wrong. The SRT-4 does have a td04-16g. I guess it hass the weaker td04 compressor wheel than the evo which is why boost is limited.

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    Originally posted by ilivas
    I was wrong. The SRT-4 does have a td04-16g. I guess it hass the weaker td04 compressor wheel than the evo which is why boost is limited.
    The SRT-4 has a reverse flow small 16g and is rated at 26psi. The stock turbo is good for 300whp and we also have available to us a version that has a "modified" compressor wheel that enables us to achieve ~350whp. The turbo/manifold is designed and made by DSM.

    Our soon to be released Stage 3 kit from Mopar will include a TD05HR-15GK2-10cm2 turbo unit from DSM, which is the same turbo used in the EVO VI.

    Digitalfiend- There were 2 magazines that did the engine tear down of the SRT-4. SCC (in my sig) & Hot Rod magazine.
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    Is the modified compressor wheel a td05-h wheel to convert it to an 18g?
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    Originally posted by ilivas
    Is the modified compressor wheel a td05-h wheel to convert it to an 18g?
    Here is what is listed on the vendor's website:

    "We were the first to experiment with an upgraded compressor wheel. Before the aftermarket manifolds, we were making 380+ hp and 375+TQ using our upgraded turbos. These units appear stock, yet they are built with a heavy duty thrust bearing and huge compressor wheel! We recommend our WGA unit with this turbo." -- $700.00



    I am not sure what compressor wheel they are using.
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    It's been common practice to convert a 16g to 18g by switching out compressor wheels in the dsm world form what I've heard.
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    Originally posted by drizze99
    Digitalfiend- There were 2 magazines that did the engine tear down of the SRT-4. SCC (in my sig) & Hot Rod magazine.
    Yeah it was the SCC one that I read. Very cool insight into how well the engine is built.

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    Originally posted by ilivas
    It's been common practice to convert a 16g to 18g by switching out compressor wheels in the dsm world form what I've heard.
    Yup... you can even convert it to a 20G and have an ultimate sleeper turbo on your hands. Seen it done.

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    All this converting.......is it that hard to do?

    As you can see from my post above, that vendor charges 700.00 for that service. You can get a slightly used Turbonetics T3/T04E on eBay for 350 shipped!! WTF?
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    With the new cast manifold from AGP ($400), you can slap on any mitsu turbo you want, right?

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    Originally posted by drizze99
    All this converting.......is it that hard to do?

    As you can see from my post above, that vendor charges 700.00 for that service. You can get a slightly used Turbonetics T3/T04E on eBay for 350 shipped!! WTF?

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    Originally posted by VetteVert
    With the new cast manifold from AGP ($400), you can slap on any mitsu turbo you want, right?

    VV
    From what I understand, yes!

    ATP (not to be confused w/AGP) just came out with a cast Garrett log manifold for the SRT-4 as well for 395.00.
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