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This is a discussion on Turbo check within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hi guys about 9 months ago i bought a td05 16g big from my local performance shop wacked it on ...

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    Turbo check

    hi guys about 9 months ago i bought a td05 16g big from my local performance shop wacked it on and tuned it my self i was always told it was TTS or something like that turns out its a TD05 16G big from cx racing now here is my part,

    people always give negative about ebay turbos, online turbos, no branded i spent $500 aus with warranty on my turbo currently pushing about 21 psi @ around 320whp ive had this for about 9 months and still going strong if the turbo does go ill buy something bigger and better this turbo goes hard with no doubt the amount of torque i get when boost comes on it puts me in my seat and holds 21psi till 7300rpm

    negative from my side is that with a tmic spool time is a big jump from standerd, full boost @3800rpm maybe because im running high amount of boost?

    i also get abit of boost creep but thats if i have a low boost setting lets say 18 psi by 5000rpm it would creep to 20psi (this problem could have been avoided by porting the wastegate)

    i think all in alll this turbo isnt like the other ebay turbo's like the TBO ones, cx racing td05 16g is actually half decent in my books, my friend has a td06 20g Ebay turbo @20 psi in his 04 wrx and my one pulls harder he said it himself mind you he has a fmic as i have a sti tmic

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    21 PSI isn't "high" for a 16G with proper modifications
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    Holy run on sentence. I got lost twice in there!! Lol
    Punctuation is your friend good sir. It will make the point of your thread far easier to comprehend

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    21 PSI isn't "high" for a 16G with proper modifications
    sorry about my punctuation wrote it while i was tired lol,

    and ej257 isnt it? i thought thats not bad? like its hitting its limits lol (obviously wouldnt run higher than that on stock block)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sxcrxy View Post
    and ej257 isnt it? i thought thats not bad? like its hitting its limits lol (obviously wouldnt run higher than that on stock block)
    I guess you have never heard of a compressor map?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey
    I guess you have never heard of a compressor map?
    Last time you tried to refer him to a compressor map, he didn't have time for it. Maybe this time he'd be a bit more open to it...
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    aint nobody got time for compressor maps

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