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Old 10-02-09, 09:44AM   #1
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Default S595 borg warner tubos

hey wanted to know if anybody has used them or has any infor on them. are they any good, do they ahve any down falls to them. how much hp would 1 produce. planning to use 1 on a 500 to 525 ci engine on alky, and want to make min 1500 to 1800 hp max. specs are 95mm 1.15, 98 turbine can update to 98mm 1.45, and keep the 98mmm turbine if need to reach my goals thx rob
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Old 10-02-09, 10:49AM   #2
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Before you buy one let me know and I will do my best to beat any price you get on it.
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120 LBS supports about 1200 HP and thats what a S480 is rated. I havent looked that the maps yet or its ratings in CFM but I would think it would achieve that goal.

If not the garret 106 MM Gt turbo will do it. Unfortunately they are on back order AGAIN right now.
6 weeks delivery time on one of those.
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old set up-3250 LBS 69 firebird T-88 turbo 455 .030 CAT H beam rods, stock crank, stock block( 2 bolt) performer intake, 850 carb 6X-6 heads 114 cc ( unported) TH 400 and 3.73 gears = 9.76 @ 141 with a 163 short time = 725 RWHP and 878 HP @ the crank

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Old 10-02-09, 11:11AM   #4
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I had looked at those when I was planning my build. They were borderline small for the flow that was to be produced with my heads. Look into a 106 mm like I did and it will be no problem
ps. When I was shopping, Jeffs prices were far better than any one elses.
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thought Id do a little comparison shopping.LOL and see what guys had for specifications on them listed also. Thought this was funny enough to warrant a post.

http://www.dtmparts.com/borgwarners595t-6115ar.aspx

I guess theres alot of OVER turbo'd hondas running around since they are out of stock.LOL
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thx guys got a set for a good price, 2 for 1 deal. just would like more infor on them to see if there is any neg feed back on them.
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comp map of these turbos

Yup....definitely. The S510 (595) has a small turbine....though that is the biggest turbine that Borg Warner offers for their big comp wheels. Anything beyond the 98mm comp wheel on the 510 is a waste. Also the 95 flows less then the GT55-94 and spools a little slower.
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hey wanted to know if anybody has used them or has any infor on them. are they any good, do they ahve any down falls to them. how much hp would 1 produce. planning to use 1 on a 500 to 525 ci engine on alky, and want to make min 1500 to 1800 hp max. specs are 95mm 1.15, 98 turbine can update to 98mm 1.45, and keep the 98mmm turbine if need to reach my goals thx rob
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Still waiting on that back ordered superhyperturboknuter valve .
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