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This is a discussion on Blouch TD05H-16G-XT Turbocharger within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; im looking to upgrade to this turbo what is everyone thoughts who has a 16g and im pretty sure this ...

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    Cool Blouch TD05H-16G-XT Turbocharger

    im looking to upgrade to this turbo what is everyone thoughts who has a 16g and im pretty sure this is comparable to the evo III turbo? i want to be making about 300 whp i have already started buying the mods to assits this. just let me know what everyones thinking or exsperianced. thanks

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    I have one in my 2003 with 750cc injectors big tmic and 3" cattless I've got 275 who at 21psi. fun car but get an 18g lol

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    16G Should get you close to the 300whp just depends on what dyno.

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    yeah I was on the mustang dyno in lake placid NY

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    The 16G-XT makes the same power as a TD05 18g, just more responsive and more efficient.

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    Yep, Robin nailed it. The Billet Aluminum wheel on the 16G-XT wheel is both lighter and touts better thermal conductivity over the steel wheel on the 16G/18G. The result is a compressor that can flow as much air as the TD05-18G but can dissipate heat more efficiently: the outlet temperatures will be lower allowing you to run more timing with an inferior TMIC. With supporting mods, the 16G-XT is capable of 320whp.
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    If I could do it again I would get the 8cm^2 instead of the standard 7cm^2 hotside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildkat View Post
    I have one in my 2003 with 750cc injectors big tmic and 3" cattless I've got 275 who at 21psi. fun car but get an 18g lol
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    16G Should get you close to the 300whp just depends on what dyno.
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    yeah I was on the mustang dyno in lake placid NY
    Guys: The OP is asking about the Blouch 16G-XT NOT Blouch 16G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    If I could do it again I would get the 8cm^2 instead of the standard 7cm^2 hotside.
    I classically thought the 8cm^2 was not well-matched to the 2.0L. Any reason why Ron? I suppose a 16G-XT with a 8cm^2 hotside might spool like an 18G but make more torque. Is that true?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    I classically thought the 8cm^2 was not well-matched to the 2.0L. Any reason why Ron? I suppose a 16G-XT with a 8cm^2 hotside might spool like an 18G but make more torque. Is that true?
    Slightly more torque but better top end. I don't think it would change spool up that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    Guys: The OP is asking about the Blouch 16G-XT NOT Blouch 16G.


    yea, really two completely different turbos

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