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Old 01-10-08, 17:30   #1
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Talking VE-Ute SS Going Turbo By Garrett !!!!

Hi everyone, I just would like to know what to get for my SS VE-Ute .. I Got two options which one do you think is better the Garrett T04Z or the Garrett GT35R (aka GT3540R) ?!

Also, what you rekon would be best for V8 in matter of fuel system and wastegate , what size and brand ?

Car will be developed by RAJAB racing developments


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Old 01-10-08, 17:59   #2
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Well asking whether turbo a or turbo b is better doesnt give us much.

The 3540 will probably run out of puff up high. The to4z will probably make alot bigger and useable power.

Whats the plans for the engine? Got a budget?
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Old 01-10-08, 18:02   #3
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Well asking whether turbo a or turbo b is better doesnt give us much.

The 3540 will probably run out of puff up high. The to4z will probably make alot bigger and useable power.

Whats the plans for the engine? Got a budget?
Got Around 10 Grands for now !!

the main thing that runs around ma mind is the manifold ... its the hardest thing to get done with ... coz i dunno where to get it done or even if someone done it ... !!
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Old 01-10-08, 19:00   #4
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dude that seriously is so sexy I just blew
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Old 01-10-08, 19:10   #5
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Plenty of good kits now on the market, not like the junk in earlier years. ASE do some really nice kits, in either twin or single turbo applications.

They do a twin kit with 500hp Garrett's, that mount low in between the rail and block. Its neat its tidy and would be a good combo for the L92 in your ute.

I think they are doing a special at them moment where they throw in some 60lb injectors. Depending on how much Hp you intend to run, you will need a Walbro in tank at the least. I think is a G341 part number. But im not sure.

Its cheap its easy and @ 7grand with everything you need bar a fuel pump for the actual install good value for money.

Dont forget, built auto or clutch.
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I'd be buying a kit off the shelf as said above. Gen-TT or similar

And I'd also be getting rid of those stickers
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Old 02-10-08, 06:34   #7
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To4z over the 35r.

you will notice the To4z will have f**k all lag in it on that motor. I've been in a 5.7 t51r spl ute...... i blew in my pants!!! LOL
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Old 02-10-08, 08:42   #8
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If its getting developed by Rajab why are you on a car forum asking for turbo advie ? they know more than all of us put together. Car looks very clean though mate - good luck
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Old 02-10-08, 09:23   #9
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ASE turbo kits seem the go, pm FRASHD on www.etstreet.com

he installs them all the time and on a VY SS ute (5.7L) saw 380rwkw through an auto on a standard motor
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Old 02-10-08, 09:34   #10
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As mentioned the ASE kits are a good bit of gear. CHE just installed one onto their new shop car and that's good for a reliable 400rwkW - that's right, day in day out 400kW at the wheels for two days work and a kit that bolts straight up.

I've said it once and I'll say it again, it's unfair how easy it is to get power out of these motors...
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Old 02-10-08, 10:03   #11
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Hey man my mate has done this 2 his ute and uses a GT42R. Its ****en awsome and i find it is perfect
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Old 02-10-08, 14:01   #12
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Old 02-10-08, 18:55   #13
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Old 02-10-08, 21:03   #14
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i would not waste my time on any of these turbo's they are to small and run the chance of shorting the life span -

364 cubes over 10 to1+ comp from factory-and u want to put a 35 or t04z?(not saying they wont work or they are junk)

a gt47 onwards is a min if it were me with a decent a/r-it will spool nice and make more then enough to tear the road apart-

but i do take into account that money is limited-

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rajab working on a 8 thats news to me, they never wanted to touch them 2yrs ago, and get rid of those stickers there yuck as and loose the mudflaps and as nick said to4z anf that way to samll unless u wanna run two of them
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i would not waste my time on any of these turbo's they are to small and run the chance of shorting the life span -

364 cubes over 10 to1+ comp from factory-and u want to put a 35 or t04z?(not saying they wont work or they are junk)

a gt47 onwards is a min if it were me with a decent a/r-it will spool nice and make more then enough to tear the road apart-

but i do take into account that money is limited-

my 2 cent's-

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Your a power hungry ******* Nick hehe......

I was also going to say @ 10.5:1 comp that they are, a set of thicker Cometic headgaskets wouldnt hurt either.
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Old 03-10-08, 17:26   #17
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rajab working on a 8 thats news to me, they never wanted to touch them 2yrs ago, and get rid of those stickers there yuck as and loose the mudflaps and as nick said to4z anf that way to samll unless u wanna run two of them
x2 dude , get rid of them stickers and mud flaps. other than that the car is nice.
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Old 03-10-08, 18:10   #18
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think i seen this thing on the hume hwy his afternoon
if not it was another one identical stickers and wheels! lol
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Old 25-10-08, 21:10   #19
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Thanks us alll !!!

got GT35R for now and ill see how it goes on psi 14 and if its not that good ill get a T51R later on ..... Cheeers
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sounds tuff, i recon ditch the stickers and get black ve gts wheels
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Thanks us alll !!!

got GT35R for now and ill see how it goes on psi 14 and if its not that good ill get a T51R later on ..... Cheeers
keep us updated and lets see those heads take 14 pounds-

very very interesting-

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Thanks us alll !!!

got GT35R for now and ill see how it goes on psi 14 and if its not that good ill get a T51R later on ..... Cheeers
A GT35R?? it will come on boost hard thats for sure.
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Old 26-10-08, 20:06   #23
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35r is a perfect size turbo in my opinion... if there's TWO of them! If rajab recommended either of those turbos to you they're even dumber than i thought. Or perhaps they're smarter than i thought and knew full well it's too small and you'll be back to buy a bigger one off them at a later stage, which you undoubtedly will!
This is a serious case of chequebook racing and i advise you to your homework and be very carefull who you take advise from...

Those engines with a nice big effecient turbo/setup want to make 500rwhp on 10-11psi (yes stock) you will run out of turbo with a 35r in no time.

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Old 26-10-08, 23:38   #24
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i run a 3540 on a gen3 and feel it is a good daily streeter, sure you can make way more power and if thats what your after go bigger but as for me 325rwkw@10psi is no slouch.
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