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punkrokdood
05-22-2019, 07:28 PM
First off, this list is the intellectual property of RMDSM and I. You will ask permission to use this list, linked or otherwise.

Mitsubishi:
16g=34lb/min
Big 16g=36lb/min
EVO III Big 16g=42lb/min
20g=44lb/min

Forced Performance:
Big28=37lb/min
FP2544=44lb/min (56trim/ dual BB)
Sleeper 16g=44lb/min
Green=49lb/min (50 trim)
FP49=49lb/min (50 trim, T31 turbine)
Red=60lb/min (60-1 trim, dyno 520whp)
FP3052=52lb/min (dyno 504whp)
FP3065=65lb/min (dyno 585whp)
FP58=65lb/min (GT40 56 trim comp. wheel, .49A/R PTE, T350 turbine)

AGP:
T28=36lb/min (TB03 compressor)
RS43=43lb/min (46 trim T04E)
SS44=44lb/min (It is a 44lb/min but not a 48trim. It is not a GT30 at all. It's special, topsecret, Kevin)
RS49=49lb/min (50 trim T04E)
RS60=60lb/min (60-1 trim) (claimed 534whp)
RS65=65lb/min (56 trim GT40)

DSM Performance/Extreme Turbo:
ETA12=36lb/min (S-trim, ETA comp housing)
ETA32=48lb/min (50 trim, ETA comp housing)
ETE32=48lb/min (50 trim, T04E comp housing)
ETE42=50lb/min (60 trim, TO4E)
ETE52=55lb/min (60-1 trim, TO4E)
ETE53=55lb/min (60-1 trim, T04E)
ETE73=72lb/min (T66 comp wheel, T04E)

Buschur Racing:
BR-BIG28=(claimed 350hp)
BR20G=(TD05/6 hybrid)
BR475=(No info as of yet)
BR57=(Garrett T3/T4)
BR500=(claimed 504whp)
BR580=(claimed 575whp)
BR675=(No info as of yet)

Slowboy Racing:
SBR-M50=48lb/min (50 trim)
SBR-M60=60lb/min (60-1 trim)
SBR-GT10=44lb/min (48 trim, dual BB)
SBR-GT11=(No info as of yet)
SBR-GT12=55lb/min (56 trim, dual BB)
SBR-GT13=60lb/min (60 trim, dual BB)
SBR-GT14=65lb/min (56 trim, dual BB)
SBR-GT35R=(No info as of yet)
SBR-GT30R=(No info as of yet)
SBR-G50=48lb/min (50 trim, T04E)
SBR-G57=55lb/min (56 trim, T04E)
SBR-60-1=60lb/min (60-1 trim, T04E)

Frankenstein Turbos:
Frank 1=46 trim, 20*clipped TD05H turbine, TD05H 7cm2 housing
Frank 2=46 trim, unclipped TD06 turbine, TD05H 7cm2 housing
Frank 50=50 trim, unclipped TD06 turbine, TD05H 7cm2 housing
Frank 3=54 trim, unclipped TD06 turbine, TD05H 7cm2 housing
Frank 57=57 trim, unclipped TD06 turbine, TD05H 7cm2 housing
Frank 4=60 trim, 10*clipped TD06 turbine, TD05H 7cm2 housing
Frank 5=60 trim, unclipped TD06H turbine, TD05H 7cm2 housing
Frank 6=60 trim, unclipped TD06H turbine, TD05H 8cm2 housing
Frank 7=60 trim, 10*clipped TD06H turbine, TD05H 8cm2 housing

The following is from the Garrett Catalog:
"R"=Ball bearing; "S"=Special

GT12=10lb/min (50trim, .43a/r turbine)
GT15=15lb/min (60trim, .35a/r turbine)
GT20=20lb/min (55trim, .46a/r turbine)
GT22=18=22lb/min (52trim, .56a/r or 60trim, .67a/r turbine)
GT25R=22lb/min (60trim, .64a/r turbine)
GT28R=24lb/min (60trim, .64a/r turbine)
GT28RS=28lb/min (62trim, .86a/r or .64a/r turbine)
GT30R=55lb/min (56trim, 1.06a/r or .82a/r turbine)
GT32=35lb/min (52trim, .78a/r or .69a/r turbine)
GT35=35lb/min (52trim, 1.18a/r turbine)
GT35R=45lb/min (56trim, 1.06a/r or .82a/r turbine)
GT37=36lb/min (52trim, 1.12a/r turbine)
GT40=65lb/min (50 or 54trim, .94a/r or 1.34a/r turbine)
GT42=75lb/min
GT42-1=85lb/min
GT42-2=96lb/min
GT60=125lb/min (56trim, 1.47a/r turbine)

The following is from Turbonetics Catalog:

On TO4E Compressor housings:
50-trim=47lbs/min
54-trim=45lbs/min
57-trim=49lbs/min
60-trim=50lbs/min
T-100=180lbs/min

TO4B compressor housing:
60-1=65lbs/min
62-1=70lbs/min
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Turbine Conversion:

Mitsu=Garrett
6cm2=.41 a/r
7cm2=.49 a/r
8cm2=.57 a/r
9cm2=.65 a/r
10cm2=.73 a/r
11cm2=.81 a/r
12cm2=.89 a/r

((CM x 8) - 7) / 100=a/r ratio
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Compressor maps for you hardcore guys that want to see proof

EVO 16G map:
http://linux.forcedperformance.net/...ti_map_full.jpg


http://www.rmdsm.org/dsmtech/compmaps/

information was taken directly from www.rmdsm.org (http://www.rmdsm.org/forums/showthread.php?t=2393) and used with permission

phillysrt4
05-22-2019, 07:45 PM
sweet! I have a less complete version of this list. nice to have it in one spot.

punkrokdood
05-22-2019, 07:48 PM
there's also links to a bunch of compressor maps too...

i'm particularly fond of the turbine conversions :thumb:

punkrokdood
05-22-2019, 08:55 PM
more good info
http://www.stealth316.com/2-3s-compflowmaps.htm

geared towards 3000gt and stealth owners, but it has a lot of good info that will apply universally

phillysrt4
05-22-2019, 09:19 PM
more good info
http://www.stealth316.com/2-3s-compflowmaps.htm

geared towards 3000gt and stealth owners, but it has a lot of good info that will apply universally

nice! So this means that the S3 turbo, which is a td05-15g, is going to have a compressor map whose level curves are somewhere between the td05-14g and the td05-16g(small)?

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