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Old 02-02-2016, 09:35 AM   #701
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Idont veen have the stocke headres anymore cause they were replaced with the OBX long tubes.

I think i have pinned it down between either a PTE 6262 or a CT2x6265.
Will use turbosmart BOV and WG.

At this point can anyone lend any advice on whether or not I need to do anything with the heads? they are stock. wont be pushing more than 700whp.


Better comparison would be the CT4X 6262 , triple bearing and .82 AR , 71mm trim wheel.

CT4X comes with the anti-surge compressor housing and 4" inlet, 2.5" outlet which is what Precision runs in their ported cover version.

Precision's 6262 has 76mm turbine wheel as a reference. Comp and others have claimed their larger wheels spool just as fast/faster so I'd go with the most compatible trim as possible. Just my opinion though, Im not an expert.
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Old 02-05-2016, 10:30 AM   #702
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Better comparison would be the CT4X 6262 , triple bearing and .82 AR , 71mm trim wheel.

CT4X comes with the anti-surge compressor housing and 4" inlet, 2.5" outlet which is what Precision runs in their ported cover version.

Precision's 6262 has 76mm turbine wheel as a reference. Comp and others have claimed their larger wheels spool just as fast/faster so I'd go with the most compatible trim as possible. Just my opinion though, Im not an expert.
My connection at EAC spoke to Joe (owner of Comp Turbo) and said they would actually be able to switch the housing to a t4 housing (i believe is what he said) keeping the same 62/65 (to allow for the exhaust flow?? but anyways its still the CT2 just customized to make over 700whp allowing for midmount install. I guess the actual ct4 is too large to fit in the midmount location...
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I am a Noob to the blooging tuner thing but not neccessarily a noob , definitely good reading and information here , leaning in direction of Turbo boosting due to all the nightmares about bad seals on vortech blower




07 G35 Rev up 6mt all stock
built long block and forced induction in near future

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Old 03-08-2017, 04:45 PM   #704
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Don't know what you think you know?

But I have about 50,000 mile on my Vortech. The rear seal did start spitting oil about 3,000 miles ago , it was very miner. and very easy replacement.

No nightmare here......



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I am a Noob to the blooging tuner thing but not neccessarily a noob , definitely good reading and information here , leaning in direction of Turbo boosting due to all the nightmares about bad seals on vortech blower




07 G35 Rev up 6mt all stock
built long block and forced induction in near future
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07 G35 Rev up 6mt all stock
built long block and forced induction in near future
sounds like a plan!

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