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Old 02-25-2010, 08:05 AM   #1
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TTP Single Turbo 62/76/88mm Kits - In-House Installations

Right now our kits are only available for IN-HOUSE installations.

Our Base Kit Includes:

Precision Turbo & Engine 6262SP Billet 62mm Turbocharger
# 4" Intake Cover
# Billet Compressor Wheel
# 3 V-Band Exhaust Exit
# 2.5" Discharge
# T4 Flange

T-304 Stainless Steel Hot Side Tubing
# ALL Hot Side tubing is professionally welded with stainless rod, for no rust.
# Custom Bends for Fitment

6061 Aluminum Cold Side Tubing
# ALL Cold Side Tubing in 4" Diameter, professionally TIG welded.
# Powdercoated to customer choice of color (Have over 50+ colors)
# Billet Aluminum M.A.F. Housing professionally TIG welded.

TTP 4" Core Intercooler
# 1200CFM+ Air-Air Intercooler for High HP Applications
# Custom Intercooler Brackets, NO need to cut anything for intercooler fitment

Fuel System
# 60lb Injector Set
# Kenne Bell Boost-A-Pump

Supporting Components
# Tial V44mm S.S. Wastegate (Choice of W/G spring)
# TurboSmart Race Port OR Tial Sport Blowoff Valve
# 4-Ply Reinforced Silicone
# V-Band Clamps for easy service
# Oil Diverter Block for Turbo Feed
# Aeroquip TFE Oil Pressure Feed Line
# Aeroquip -8 Drain Line To Pan
# 6061 Turbo Oil Feed/Drain Fittings

TTP PCV System
# Custom Catch Can/Breather Turbo Setup

$6650 Base Kit (Includes 62mm Turbo)
$400 Turbo Upgrade to 76mm

First 10 kits will receive a special price of $1400 for the following:
# Installation
# SYnthetic Oil Change with Filter
# Dexcool
# Custom Dyno Tune

There are numerous options to discuss with the kit, such as boost controllers, camshafts, etc.

Below you will find a 2010 Camaro with our base kit, base turbo. No other mods than just our turbo kit. Bolted on 200+ rwtq/rwhp. Boost is set at 7psi, total timing 16 degree. Pump 93 octane, no meth.
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looks like the turbo hits 600 hp and just drops off. it does not hold it long.
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SSTony: We are only running the turbo up to 7psi and to be honest it's too small for that motor as is. We use the 62mm only in applications where people want the low end sheering torque but do not have plans to go bigger in the future. Remember our base kit will support any T3/T4/3" v-band/4" inlet PTE has to offer. I am sure that other brands would fit, but have not been test fit.

So far we have test-fit 62, 67, 76, 88 turbos.. The 88 does require additional work as the downpipe is sized from the 4" v-band to the 3" downpipe for fitment. This is functional though to get back some of the lost down low torque.

Unfortunately, we have been so swamped with work that our prototype Camaro still does not have the fuel system completed or anywhere near done
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i posted that the 76mm turbo is too strong for the ls3 and would damage it down the road. what turbo do you recommend for the camaro that will be safe. Or even better what PSI would correct the power from dropping off like it does after it hits 600 hp?
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I am 100% comfortable using the 76mm on a stock motor. I will say this though, it is boost, you are pushing the edge in that 600+ mark.. and I'm not guaranteeing it will last forever! However, we have clients that have been running more than that on stock motors for years.. A lot of it is in the fuel system , type of setup and tuning. I would rather use some additional parts (i.e. camshaft, heads, etc.) on a stock motor to make more power than cranking the boost knob!
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