View Full Version : HyperGear TR43 440HP, TR44 500HP, TR44HF 600HP Turbokit Speical 4 every one this week


hypergear
16-06-07, 13:33
HyperGears Turbochargers are Australian made and owned products, Build on Australian soil by qualified and experienced Australian engineers using US made Hines dynamic balancing systems.

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The TR43i is the perfect budget 300rwkws Internal / External gate upgrade turbochargers for RB3x engines
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The newly developed ATR43 is made for RB2x Bolton upgrade applications. Its built in 4 profiles to suit upto 600HP applications.
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We also have Other high powered Street or Drag turbochargers to suit different applications.

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We also offer a wide range of turbocharger repairs and high flow service. Overhual Starting from $400 and High flow from $800
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gktech
19-06-07, 14:24
Great turbos, great prices!!

Keep up the good work guys

oso
19-06-07, 17:44
Hey how you going man
It's Mark's friend Matt with the vl.

Hey guys I my mate had one of these turbos on his car (t43) and went awesome. really great price for a great product.

Rotor
30-06-07, 10:55
where r the parts from or where are they made?

hypergear
01-07-07, 19:40
The Internal bearing parts are Japanese produced, The Turbine / Comp wheel's Korean forged. The turbo is self is balanced and assembled by MTQ in Melbourne Australia. All sold with 12 month warranty.

Add in a new video: 276KWs wheels with TR44 standard running 16PSI.
http://www.digi-hardware.com/photos/Turbos/tr44/NOS.wmv

The 3L RB30 has produced 298KWs wheels running 20PSI with TR44 standard. But sadly the car was written off before we could go and record it.

vl-blt1
03-07-07, 21:18
Hi, are these Ball bearing Turbo's, and when would you expect boost to start to come on, and full boost by, with the TR44 with a N/A conversion with Stock cam and stock compression.

Thanks, steve.

PGibbo
03-07-07, 22:06
so these kits dont come with a maifold to suit the external wastegate?

when you fit them do you modify the manifold to suit

hypergear
04-07-07, 09:53
Hi Guys. The turbo's spool up rate is quite fast on the 3L RB30 engines. refer to the dyno reading, the 2.5L was getting 16PSI at 2400RPM. As for the manifold, they comes with a External WG port, and our wastegate bolt straight in.

VLT-025
03-08-07, 04:57
I can't get any of the videos except that last one to work. They just direct me to your site. Is there another link? Any user reviews? Seems like a well priced turbo, but I want more info, Cheers.

hypergear
08-08-07, 09:46
We got plenty of dyno and track footages you can enter our media page to see them:

http://www.digi-hardware.com/media.html

Most dyno sheets are attached to the turbo spec page.

SATAN
10-10-07, 12:13
Just wondering if anybody, or if anybody knows of anyone who has run a tr44 on their VL? And what sort of power they might have been making?

thanks!

tom__
11-10-07, 11:57
My mate has one of these on his 180sx. its going fantastic now. I am very impressed with it. also been told they are planning on developing a ball bearing turbo range as well using garret bearings.

hypergear
30-10-07, 00:36
Hi Guys. Jimmy on this forum :cfb-Jet has made 298kws with TR44 on 19PSI with a RB30 engine. But saddly he smashed his car few days after the final tune. For a NA VL after a good tune you should get around similar amount of power, we have full VL kit turbo kit available. PM for details.

and Yes. Its been a long wait, we now can produce Ball bearing turbochargers in all of our turbo models. But still spool up of the turbo is mainly depends on the wheels sizes not type of bearing.

VLT31
02-11-07, 06:12
What turbo would you recommend for an upgrade from the standard vl T03??? the TR44 high flow looks nice but dont know if it wud be that great as it doesnt hit full boost till 4500rpm....

2FREAK
02-11-07, 11:10
looks like a good product from a local company interested to see how these go on a few vls

hypergear
02-11-07, 15:29
What turbo would you recommend for an upgrade from the standard vl T03??? the TR44 high flow looks nice but dont know if it wud be that great as it doesnt hit full boost till 4500rpm....

You can use the TR45 with .80 rear turbo which is good for upto 450kws wheels and won't spool up too quick but will give you great top end..

ANK
02-11-07, 15:32
from what my bro tells me those turbos are the same as kkr is this correct?

CTs2 Sabo
02-11-07, 15:34
so what is included in the package? prices?

hypergear
02-11-07, 21:39
We are not same as kkr but we do have similar products and they might looks similar as the housing are generic. We have few additional bolt on model, and we do have optional ball bearing cartridge if required.

and CTs2 Sabo what sort of power are you looking to get? is the car build for drag or drift?

BT
02-11-07, 21:59
will these wheels fit subaru wrx by any chance ? if so iam after g6 in a 18" pm me if u like .

cheers bt

CTs2 Sabo
02-11-07, 22:03
just lookin for a quick street turbo, 220kw+ chasing manifold turbo and gate possibly lines? cars also manual

hypergear
03-11-07, 10:29
If just chasing 220kws then the TR43 will do excellent job. Its super fast spool in the VLs, almost no lag, driving on boost alll the time.

CTs2 Sabo
20-11-07, 21:12
220kw+ chasing manifold turbo and gate possibly lines? package price?

TRBGMH
20-11-07, 21:34
ok guys i have used these turbos before on my calais these arnt that bad and there reliable for the price makes good power and there not like the mosta turbos i actually never heard of any failing all hes parts are nice and cheap my tr44 held for 6 months then was sold to a member on this site on my new setup i will use his tr45 wich is pretty big see how that goes if not well then will dig deep and get a garrett gt35/40 plus you get 12 months warranty he does exchange very nice guy to deal with and the waste gates r top quality

REEHAB
21-11-07, 08:35
The TR44 500HP, will that bolt onto standard RB20 manifold?

TRBGMH
21-11-07, 13:26
Yes It Will Fit

milla1122
06-12-07, 20:56
are these turbos any good im interested in buying one but not sure

hypergear
09-12-07, 09:26
You can find lot of our dyno and drift footages on youtube. Just search for Hypergear. Also we are competing at drift fest next weekend. If you are in Melbourne please come to see and you can have a chat with our driver who's running a TR43 powered silvia.

tts
04-04-08, 09:19
Does this tr43 turbo bolt on to factory setup?

trk-jet
04-04-08, 12:10
im chasing arround 300rwkw i dont want a turbo to laggy so wich one is the one for me

rusty577
04-04-08, 13:23
Yeh im instrusted myself.....

tts
04-04-08, 16:49
I'm after around 300KWs bolt on as well.

hypergear
04-04-08, 17:53
For a Fast spool 300rwkws street application the TR43 high flowed is highly recommended. If the car's going to be used for drag and Nosed I would recommend the TR44xx for high torque (over 1000MN wheels) and strong top range power.

dynowog
12-04-08, 02:54
guy's had dealings with tao before and he is a stand up guy he's there if you have dramas and fix's it straight away i'm more than happy to use his turbo's manifolds and gates and do!

good to see you here bud!

hypergear
28-04-08, 03:36
Thanks guys. ATR45 is now released for any one who wants 600HP. For more information please have a look at our website or this ad page. Thanks

www.hypergear.com.au

TURBZWAGON
28-04-08, 15:44
Hey mate,whats the difference between an ATR and a TR turbo?

hypergear
29-04-08, 17:47
Turbo Research group mainly research and build OEM bolt on style turbochargers. They are our oldest turbo developers.
Advanced Turbo Research group formed this year research on turbo housings, housing trim, Turbo wheels and shaft materials, Comp and turbine wheel fins, Ball bearing cartridges and etc. This group of engineers were formed for high performance needs.

Have a look on the ATR28's comp housing, the ATR45's turbine and comp housing, and ATR28 cyclone's comp wheel. They are build quite different compare to the traditional housing and wheels, As well as ball bearing units such as the ATR28GT

Manualvl
30-04-08, 16:24
Turbo Research group mainly research and build OEM bolt on style turbochargers. They are our oldest turbo developers.
Advanced Turbo Research group formed this year research on turbo housings, housing trim, Turbo wheels and shaft materials, Comp and turbine wheel fins, Ball bearing cartridges and etc. This group of engineers were formed for high performance needs.

Have a look on the ATR28's comp housing, the ATR45's turbine and comp housing, and ATR28 cyclone's comp wheel. They are build quite different compare to the traditional housing and wheels, As well as ball bearing units such as the ATR28GT

hey tao how are ya?
its lachy with the silver ti. r31. used to have the orange r31 with a tr43.
have you got ball bearing turbos out now???
any difference with the cyclone comp wheels? compared to normal?
whats the new ATR45 like? compared to a tr43? thinking about getting another turbo. is that ball bearing.
and also ball bearing and bush. whats the difference, ball bearing spins for longer?
or come on boost quicker?
thanks man let me know

hypergear
30-04-08, 20:01
Hi Lachy, great to hear from you. ball bearing turbos are mainly made in to smaller turbos. T3x framed turbos doesn't make too much difference on the dyno with or without bb. So won't be bb any the TR4x turbos at this stage.

The ATR28 is made to suit smaller engines frame, for a 3L you need to use the TR4x turbos.

ATR45 is a bigger turbocharger that is made to flow 600HP, should work excellent on 3L engines and produce upto 400rwkws with high torque. its good for drag or Nos applications.

Manualvl
01-05-08, 00:23
sick as! thanks man
will give you a call soon about a new turbo
also trav that brought the tr43 other day. made 171 rwkw on his rb20det 8psi with fmic, 3 inch exhaust,
his happy with figure for low boost,
great turbos!
keep up the good work.
cheers

mr_12
01-05-08, 11:24
Do you make anything to suit a 4ltr multivalve V8?perferably with larger exhaust housings for a single setup??Something along the line of a 35/40?Price??

hypergear
01-05-08, 15:47
You can use the TR50 with 1.0 A/R rear that is designed to flow 1000HP. We had people using this turbo on 4L+ engines with very good results. Or you can use 2x TR43 for a twin turbo setup.

VLT_WGN
01-05-08, 21:34
just ordered a TR43HF full kit for my VL. Tao is very easy to communicate with and has very good prices! looking forward to recieving the kit

FORZA
01-05-08, 21:50
let us know how it goes i might be lookin into buyin one of these tr43hf soon

sorry if i missed it somewhere but do the tr43hf bolt straight up to standard vlt exhaust manifold?

hypergear
07-05-08, 14:04
Last weekends 1JZ TR44 11 sec Drag pass video footage:

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=qTbaPNRBcJY

Kaddis
25-05-08, 00:54
What would you suggest for a 4lt falcon with fairly easy spool?

Not looking for top end power something very streetable

hypergear
25-05-08, 12:13
Its a big engine, So you need some thing with slightly bigger exhaust housing. the TR44HF model is perfect low lag turbo for the ford. We fitted one on a BA, its made 311rwkws with excellent responds.

Kaddis
25-05-08, 12:34
Cool thanks, How much would a TR44HF set me back?

Also im running an external gate.

hypergear
25-05-08, 18:29
We can do the turbo for $999, and a 50mm external wastegate is $350.

rusty577
30-05-08, 11:30
When would i see 20 pound boost on a rb30et (plenium,kooler, 3" exhaust) with the ATR45.

hypergear
30-05-08, 16:03
ATR45's running a .70 turbine housing with .70 compressor. Working with a 3L engine it shouldn't be a problem. expecting 20PSI around 4000RPM.

Plus we have a promotion offer for TR50 at moment, If you are looking to make 1000HP within the next few week send me a PM.

rusty577
31-05-08, 10:37
Do u have any dyno sheets of anything close to a 3lt running a ATR45

hypergear
31-05-08, 12:08
At moment I don't. Its a newly developed turbo, only few been sold, still waiting for feedbacks. It will be similar to a TR44HF's power curve with more top end.

rusty577
31-05-08, 18:13
ok Thanks.

hypergear
11-06-08, 00:28
Just got 307rwkws out of a TR43HF on a 1.8L CA18det. Definitly recommending Nick from XTC for tunning, he's not a tunner, he's a magician.
Drove in with 198rwkws, and drove out with 307rwkws.

http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/tr43/tr43hfca18307rwkw.JPG

dynowog
11-06-08, 01:33
Just got 307rwkws out of a TR43HF on a 1.8L CA18det. Definitly recommending Nick from XTC for tunning, he's not a tunner, he's a magician.
Drove in with 198rwkws, and drove out with 307rwkws.

Thanks Tao

this turbo will come on heaps earlier with a 3l too!

B00ST
29-06-08, 19:55
hey anybody off here actually used any of there gear?? TR44 looks cheap, thinking of picking up one as my turbo just sh1t it self so any feed back would be good.

tts
30-06-08, 18:31
I recently bought a TR44 for a RB30 R31. it made 203rwkws 9psi on hi-comp engine with cooler, exhaust and remap. The torque on that thing is unbelievable. felt like I'm flipping back with my seat. Definitely a good turbo for RB30. they did a 11 Sec run with it few weeks ago have a look at their footage.

YUW-83N
01-07-08, 10:36
hi,

how much am i looking at for a TR43?

thanks

hypergear
01-07-08, 11:16
They are $800 each with internal gate.

KLR-747
01-07-08, 15:56
wow didnt know you guys were on here. I was in the silver wrx came and picked up the bike last friday from your shop. good customer service :)

tezflow
07-07-08, 19:39
hi mate is the power difference on the tr43hf with an internal gate worse than an externerly gated tr34hf. and have you done many cars that use these turbos internaly gated.thanks.

hypergear
08-07-08, 20:01
well its obvious that you will get more power with external gate using separate screamer pipe. So it allows the turbine to flow more. We have done few 1JZ and R25 with internal gate but they were only tuned to run stock injectors. making around 230rwkws mark with low boost.

tezflow
10-07-08, 21:11
what is the max safe boost you can run on an internal on tr43hf.

hypergear
10-07-08, 23:30
well you can run 20psi if you want to. Just won't be making as much power as if you are running an external gate.

tezflow
23-07-08, 19:05
well its obvious that you will get more power with external gate using separate screamer pipe. So it allows the turbine to flow more. We have done few 1JZ and R25 with internal gate but they were only tuned to run stock injectors. making around 230rwkws mark with low boost.

wats low boost

hypergear
24-07-08, 19:20
It was tunned at 12psi.

hypergear
29-07-08, 22:15
315rwkws 1JZ TR44 19psi : )
http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/tr44/small/tr441jz315kw.jpg (http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/tr44/tr441jz315kw.jpg)

CTs2 Sabo
29-07-08, 22:46
great power curve , comes on hard
just a Q whast the longest one of your turbos have been running on a car for? with no dramas

hypergear
29-07-08, 22:50
This turbo was installed on this car on the end of 06, never had any issues. Its been competing at many drag events in SA.
Its the 1JZ crowna, did 11.04 secs 2 month ago with 275rwkws. Hope he can break into the 10s this time

There're plenty of video footages of this car, have a look on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTbaPNRBcJY

hypergear
31-07-08, 00:59
added some updated video track footages and dyno sheets. click to view detailed information

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VLT-025
21-08-08, 01:27
I'm interested in a quick spooling, 230-240rwkw capable internally gated turbo for a converted N/A (TR43?). Are they a direct bolt in replacement for the stock T3? If not, what is required?

Also, what is the price delivered to SA for turbo only and package with low mount manifold, dump etc?

Cheers,

Dre

hypergear
21-08-08, 20:40
Hi Dre, a fast respondsing 240rwkws+ on a 3L engine We recommend our .58 TR43 G3. It is capable of 480HP. This is a custom build turbo to suit 2L+ fast response street applications. We can do that for $900 including internal wastegate setup. Shipping is $25 on top.

trk-jet
27-08-08, 14:29
Hi Dre, a fast respondsing 240rwkws+ on a 3L engine We recommend our .58 TR43 G3. It is capable of 480HP. This is a custom build turbo to suit 2L+ fast response street applications. We can do that for $900 including internal wastegate setup. Shipping is $25 on top.
would this turbo push 280rwkw ?? coz im also intreasted

hypergear
28-08-08, 23:02
should have no issues pushing 280rwkws on a 3L engine

Bigrig
27-09-08, 19:23
what sort of kits do you offer for a vl na converted to turbo and a quick question for my mate he has a s13 sylvia with a 2ltr rb20 motor in it and we r setting it up for drift so we need a quick responce turbo to suit what do you reccommend and what sort price range we looking at

hypergear
27-09-08, 23:27
For a 3L engine we can offer the high mount or low mount turbo setup. all the TR4x turbos fit on stock RB manifold with a spacer. How much power are you targetting to make?

Bigrig
28-09-08, 09:48
im not looking for huge amount of power just a good streetable power. my mate with s13 is looking for the same but more 4 drifting so needs to be responsive

hypergear
28-09-08, 23:28
This is some interested result we've got from our ATR28G3. I've attached a dyno run result with Status tune, made 282rwkws on 24psi of boost.

http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/atr28/atr28450compare.jpg

[SLY.747]
10-10-08, 20:39
what do you recommend for a rb20 chasing 200-250kw max?

hypergear
06-11-08, 22:12
The TR43i is recommended to get you 250rwkws easy on RB20det with pretty good response.

MERCH
13-11-08, 15:02
[QUOTE=hypergear]For the RB we can build a .58 TR43i which will spool up pretty quickly with 300rwkws tops.

WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TR43i AND TR43g3 AND DO THEY BOTH NEED A SPACER FOR T3 MANIFOLD?
CHEERS

hypergear
13-11-08, 19:04
TR43i makes more power, For a VL you need TR43i. The G3 models is slightly small for a 3L. Normally they do need a spacer but if you don't want to use it we can use a slightly smaller compressor cover that fits.

hypergear
15-11-08, 01:17
We now offer turbocharger rebuild and high flow service. Menu has been updated.

hypergear
08-12-08, 00:13
ATR46 900HP has been released. made for some serious drag applications.
http://www.digi-hardware.com/ns/atr46.gif

hypergear
23-01-09, 07:13
For every one who's sending in their T3 turbos for highflow serivce, Please make sure your Turbine housing IS NOT CRACKED. To do that simply remove the dump pipe and CHRA, wipe the housing clean and check. We can not re-profile a cracked housing.

Allanr
23-01-09, 08:30
For every one who's sending in their T3 turbos for highflow serivce, Please make sure your Turbine housing IS NOT CRACKED. To do that simply remove the dump pipe and CHRA, wipe the housing clean and check. We can not re-profile a cracked housing.

What does highflowing a stock T3 actually mean, what gains are to be had? I got a dead stock calais turbo, and intend to keep it stock but the turbo is on its way out...

hypergear
23-01-09, 19:56
^^^
High flow basically means we make a turbo CHRA with bigger wheels to flow more air and put that into your factory housings. After high flow your turbo will be able to flow more power and torque.

joe blo
23-01-09, 20:03
can you put up a pic of where to check for cracks? il be getting a rb25 one done soon off you.

Jubs11
27-01-09, 16:44
PM Sent please reply

hypergear
29-01-09, 12:01
Just have to make sure the crack is not on the inner housing of where the wheel actually sits. Chuncks do feel off through the crack when we machine it.

hypergear
18-05-09, 22:34
This might be interesting for some SR20 and CA18 people

This is our new TR28KAI .64 version on CA18det with 256 Dur / 8.9mm lift cams, Z32AFM, Nistune, 700cc injectors and usual mods.

Car made 220rwkws at 1.3 Bar (18.2PSI) and 240rwkws at 1.6 Bar (22.4 PSI) on BP Ultimate 09 Fuel

Dyno done on 4th Gear. But unfortunately the Boost analyzer broke on the dyno. Turbo was hitting 1.6 bar at about 3600RPM

http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/dynosheets/tr28/tr28kai240rwkws.jpg (http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/dynosheets/tr28/tr28kai240rwkw.jpg)

hypergear
15-06-09, 00:22
This is a High flowed Result based on a OP6 Reared R34 turbo on 17psi on RB25det. Same result is easily achievable through a RB30det Engine.


http://www.digi-hardware.com/turbo/ct26hiflow/small/dynosheet.jpg (http://www.digi-hardware.com/turbo/ct26hiflow/dynosheet.jpg)

AdamB08
15-06-09, 13:16
How much is it to get my VL T3 High flowed. I want to be able to bolt it straight back on. Is it my best bet getting this done or is there another turbo that will bolt straight on?


Cheers,
Adam

hypergear
15-06-09, 17:37
Hi Adam, If you prefer Bolton then just send it in for high flow. Every thing will bolt back to where ever they where.

As in terms of high flowing that involve a brand new CHRA with bigger wheels. We then machine both of your housings to suit the new CHRA. The max we can high flow out of the factory housings is 450HP. Or 500HP with a bigger comp housing.

The cost is $800 for 450HP high flow or $900 for 500HP high flow.

fr05ty
22-08-09, 00:50
HI There,

I have an R31 with RB25DET neo with nistuned R34 ecu, aftermarket FMIC, 3inch turbo back exhaust, running 237rwkw @ 12 psi with standard injectors and internals.

I'm chasing 300+rwkw with quick spool/response and planning to use siemens 550cc injectors which is direct bolt into Neo fuel rail. Was thinking of getting a GT35R but I just seen this thread and how cheap your turbo's are. What turbo do you recommend from your range for this setup? Internal/external wastegate? And will your turbos fit on RB25det neo exhaust manifold? Do you also provide dump pipes for these turbo's?

Cheers

Kev

thereth
22-08-09, 04:12
Hey.

I have only just found out about your company and im liking what im hearing so far, i was wondering though if you can tell me what you have for my situation.

I am doing a hi-comp turbo conversion in a VL commodore (RB30, auto) and am looking at around 200rwkw, nothing huge, just a nice quick street car. If you have an entire bolt on package, ie turbo, manifold and cooling lines, could you please let me know a price? If you dont have a complete package which turbo would you recommend? I think internally gated would be better as the boys in blue arent to fond of the old external wastegate.

Please let me know
Thanks
Steve

hypergear
22-08-09, 19:12
Hi Kev:
The RB25det Neo is a very different engine to RB30s. for 300rwkws application we can make a ATR43G3 in T3 .63 Internally gated 520HP rated.

ATR43G3 is The bigger one on the left:
http://www.digi-hardware.com/turbo/atr43chra/2.jpg

Turbine:
http://www.digi-hardware.com/turbo/atr43chra/5.jpg

This turbo bolt on to your stock manifold, dump pipe, water feeds and oil drain. You need a braided oil feeding line to run it, it also has a 3 inchs round inlet with 2 inches round out let. So you will need a 90 degrees rubber pipe for the stock cooler pipe and a 3inch rubber pipe for factory intake pipe. (3 inch metal intake pipe is perferred.)

The cost of this turob is $1380 including oil feeding line. This turbo can also be made to run on a GT3076 Ball bearing CHRA for $1750 or a GT3582 Ball bearing CHRA in .84 Rear for $2000.


As for Steve:
For the hi Comp engine we will have to engineer some thing that can produce high power without great amount of boost. We recommend our T3x .63 rear TR43i. This turbo is made for 500HP which should get you around 240rwkws at 12psi. We can auspply you the turbo, oil feeding line and drain adaptor only. You need to get a manifold your self, Some of the Ebay SS manifolds works fine after little touch up work.

fr05ty
31-08-09, 13:12
Hi Kev:
The RB25det Neo is a very different engine to RB30s. for 300rwkws application we can make a ATR43G3 in T3 .63 Internally gated 520HP rated.

This turbo bolt on to your stock manifold, dump pipe, water feeds and oil drain. You need a braided oil feeding line to run it, it also has a 3 inchs round inlet with 2 inches round out let. So you will need a 90 degrees rubber pipe for the stock cooler pipe and a 3inch rubber pipe for factory intake pipe. (3 inch metal intake pipe is perferred.)

The cost of this turob is $1380 including oil feeding line. This turbo can also be made to run on a GT3076 Ball bearing CHRA for $1750 or a GT3582 Ball bearing CHRA in .84 Rear for $2000.


Cost and performance wise, would it be better to high flow the Neo turbocharger? what are the costs involved in getting the Neo turbo charger high flowed and what performance would I expect from it?

hypergear
31-08-09, 23:08
By high flowing the Neo turbocharger you can get around 265rwkws. The cost is $880 with oil feeding line.

Or we can supply you a brand new ATR43G3 in .63 rear housing. Which will bolton to all your stock bits. for $1330 including oil feeding line. This turbo is good for around 300rwkws mark.

ANK
31-08-09, 23:11
http://www.digi-hardware.com/turbo/atr43chra/2.jpg

do you sell the bullet nuts that holds the comp wheel on

hypergear
01-09-09, 09:03
Yes we can make them. They are machined from a block from aluminum. You need to give me the diameter of your comp wheel tip and thread size of shaft. They are $100 each. If you want to make few it becomes cheaper.

ANK
01-09-09, 09:07
i want a cheap nut to bling up my turbo not an expensive nut witch could pay for an in line oil filter thanks anyway i thought you might of got them off garrett or something

zmatt
01-09-09, 15:15
try a local machinist he'd knock one of them up on the lathe in no time

hypergear
01-09-09, 19:03
Just we only use them in the ATR28G4 series as the comp wheel had to be machined to sit on a shorter shaft.To make one piece the time taken to get materials and setup the machine its going to be expansive. If you want around 20 pieces I can do it for $40 each.

hypergear
06-09-09, 12:02
ATR43 is now available. It is made to bolton Stock RB20/RB25's stock manifold, dump pipe, water in/out and oil drain. To install you need to slightly modify the inner water feeding pipe and 2x silicon hose for the round in and out lets.

http://www.digi-hardware.com/ns/atr43.gif

Also did a dyno run with a .63 ATR43G3 (same spec as ATR28G4) version on our 1.8L CA18det drifting car. Made 344rwkws (461RWHP).

http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/steves13.jpg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THGcIiGOcmc)

http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/dynosheets/atr28/atr28g4344rwkws.jpg (http://www.digi-hardware.com/images/dynosheets/atr28/atr28g4344rwkw.jpg)

RB JET
11-11-09, 11:34
PM sent please reply ASAP