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Old 20th December 2007, 20:42   #61
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I think A.R is the best for a turbo in mumbai atleast.
Hi,

That he is.

@ MF - To set the record straight AR only provided and replaced the turbo as the existing one installed by N1 had blown. Plumbing was redone and car was eventually setup by Neo himself in Surat thru the person who installed the LPG kit due to lack of fuel management system.


Also the plumbing pic you posted was not done by AR Motorsport FYI.(Its Ollie's car right do some more homework before stating wrong facts)

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Old 20th December 2007, 21:10   #62
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@ MF - To set the record straight AR only provided and replaced the turbo as the existing one installed by N1 had blown. Plumbing was redone and car was eventually setup by Neo himself in Surat thru the person who installed the LPG kit due to lack of fuel management system.
What else is left if the turbo was replaced? They did an install didn't they? I thought A.R. is your business associate amongst others.

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Also the plumbing pic you posted was not done by AR Motorsport FYI.(Its Ollie's car right do some more homework before stating wrong facts)
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Wrong cannot be facts. I thought Ollie got it from A.R. Homework was last done in school .
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Old 20th December 2007, 21:15   #63
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What else is left if the turbo was replaced? They did an install didn't they? I thought A.R. is your business associate amongst others.

Wrong cannot be facts. I thought Ollie got it from A.R. Homework was last done in school .
Well Mr Einstein,

It seems like you need to learn/read up on what else goes into a turbo setup. Gautam of Carmodernize had done the plumbing job had done the install that you posted a pic of. BTW this is OT.

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Old 20th December 2007, 21:30   #64
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id stick wit ks motorsport...dyno is everything atleast u know what ur paying for...unlike everyone claiming figures
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Old 20th December 2007, 22:18   #65
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id stick wit ks motorsport...dyno is everything atleast u know what ur paying for...unlike everyone claiming figures
K.S motorsports is good no doubt but dont just go for him because he has a dyno.You can get it done from any other competent place too and get it dynoed for 3 grand.3 grand is not much to spend when ur spendin in upward of a lakh to get it tc'ed IMO
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Why so Worried about it Going O.T man ?...As far as i know Ollies car was done By A.R and it was a Real Good job
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Correct me if I am wroing. Irrespective of turbo Boost pressure is boost pressure. The way these two turbos generate 8 psi or 15 psi will be different. But if stock can hold only Xpsi it will hold only Xpsi irrespecitive of turbo.

50% power increase approximately equates to 7psi boost (assuming all other factor to be stock).
would that also depends or a/r size.

since with a larger a/r the turbo will spool slowly and at higher rpms hence having less stress on the engine.

compared to engine with smaller a/r the turbo spools faster and is putting more stress on the engine.

so both engines with similar internals
1.engine spools at 2000 rpm with smaller a/r.

2.engine spools at 4000 rpm with larger a/r.

so engine no (2) will probably last longer than engine (1) since there is more pressure on the engine than no (2) because it spools earlier.

please correct me if i am wrong.
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Why so Worried about it Going O.T man ?...As far as i know Ollies car was done By A.R and it was a Real Good job
Hey,

Am not worried at all as I have nothing to hide.

This topic is about something else and there is no need to discuss who/where I get work done or partner with here in this thread and at the same time make wrong statements that Viper = AR.

Hope its clear.

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Old 21st December 2007, 12:37   #69
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you did not get my POV pawan. but yours is right, yours just states how two different turbos generate X psi boost.
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Lol..

Sorry guys.. been away for while..
but could'nt resist.. after reading all the posts !!

The best for turbo will be A.R. Motosport, but if you really wana do turbo with stock internals.. then keep ur psi as low as 4 to 5..

If u goin forged the you can increase your boost by 2 bars.

As i would advise... if u goin turbo then please please go forged as well !

Btw i am running on t25 garret.. on 5 psi.. !

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The best for turbo will be A.R. Motosport, but if you really wana do turbo with stock internals.. then keep ur psi as low as 4 to 5..
wouldn't that vary from car to car and what the different engines can handle.
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@ollie: Increase your boost by 2 bars? thats another 30psi, so with forged you can reliabily run that much?
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wouldn't that vary from car to car and what the different engines can handle.
Well i was only talking in terms of my ride a ohc vtec..
I am not sure about a swif, lancer, esteem...
Turbo Charing a lancer is useless as of whati have heard !

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@ollie: Increase your boost by 2 bars? thats another 30psi, so with forged you can reliabily run that much?
For everyday driving u can keep it up to 1.5 or 1 bar.
For the drags you can tune it to 2 bars !
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Swift stock internals can accomodate upto 7 psi. Ive been told that. Please correct me if im wrong.
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For everyday driving u can keep it up to 1.5 or 1 bar.
For the drags you can tune it to 2 bars !
Mamamia! I would really like to see someone doing this on an Indian car. 2bar is no joke and its far easier said than done.
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