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Old 05-10-2016, 01:54 PM   #29
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Thanks for the help. Correct me if I'm wrong, but what I got out of all the help is get the 5858 with a big a/r and launch control and I should be good. But shouldn't I just go with a 6262 they are the same price and if I ever want to make more power the turbo has a lot of room to make more power. Just want the experts opinions on this. Lag doesn't really matter I'll get the trap speed from the spool go big or go home, but I could be completely wrong. I don't have any experience with turbos only cubic inches.
You have to hook the car up along with making the power.. Hooking up and hitting a 10s pass with a 5858 is far easier than a 6262...
I have a 6266 on the street if I roll on the gas I can fog the tires all the way to 4th gear. That's cruising at 2k and rolling on the gas at 4k I'm up in smoke...
I bolted the slicks on it the other day and went for a cruise 3rd gear broke loose mid way. You won't have these problem with a 5858. If your spinning your not winning. A 5858 is much more controllable and way easier to put the power to the ground. Oh and by the way I was on a 7psi wastegate spring...
Ultimately the choice is yours, but if I wanted to do what you want to do I would hands down get a 5858. A 10s pass is no joke.

Now with this being said a 6262 with the smallest housing will be equivalent to a 5858 but you will loose top end choking it down. That's why I would suggest the 5858 you will get the best of both worlds.
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Old 05-10-2016, 02:30 PM   #30
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You have to hook the car up along with making the power.. Hooking up and hitting a 10s pass with a 5858 is far easier than a 6262...
I have a 6266 on the street if I roll on the gas I can fog the tires all the way to 4th gear. That's cruising at 2k and rolling on the gas at 4k I'm up in smoke...
I bolted the slicks on it the other day and went for a cruise 3rd gear broke loose mid way. You won't have these problem with a 5858. If your spinning your not winning. A 5858 is much more controllable and way easier to put the power to the ground. Oh and by the way I was on a 7psi wastegate spring...
Ultimately the choice is yours, but if I wanted to do what you want to do I would hands down get a 5858. A 10s pass is no joke.

Now with this being said a 6262 with the smallest housing will be equivalent to a 5858 but you will loose top end choking it down. That's why I would suggest the 5858 you will get the best of both worlds.
Thanks a lot I'll go with the 5858. What turbine housing should I use to get the best times? I do want to use the 3" v-band discharge should i go for the 64 or 82?
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How do you guys combat the transmission going through gears other than having a spare one lying around? I already have problem with my 4thr gear and I'm only running 300hp
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How do you guys combat the transmission going through gears other than having a spare one lying around? I already have problem with my 4thr gear and I'm only running 300hp
Theyre cheap enough, Justin and I both have access to a couple each lol. I only just recently broke my first though, which was surprising.
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Don't mean to hijack the thread but, what the comparison like between the pte5858 vs the gtx3076r?

Like hp ratings, full boost at what rpm etc
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Don't mean to hijack the thread but, what the comparison like between the pte5858 vs the gtx3076r?

Like hp ratings, full boost at what rpm etc
They are almost identical, 58-76 trim. Actually the 3076 is a 76.60 and the 5858 is a 76 trim
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They are almost identical, 58-76 trim. Actually the 3076 is a 76.60 and the 5858 is a 76 trim
Thanks for ur reply,

Which turbo do you think can take more harassment, stronger
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Thanks for ur reply,

Which turbo do you think can take more harassment, stronger
Both are around the 620-640 hp mark. I know the gtx3076r uses water lines. Not sure about the 5858.
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Both are around the 620-640 hp mark. I know the gtx3076r uses water lines. Not sure about the 5858.
The 5858 has ceramic ball bearing and is oil cooled. Back in the day precision turbos had a high failure rate but they got their shit together and now are making awesome turbos. Garrett has been the standard forever... Cant go wrong with either the 5858 or the gtx3076r...
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PTE makes a little more power top end from what ive seen and gtx turbos make better power mid range for whatever reason
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You have to hook the car up along with making the power.. Hooking up and hitting a 10s pass with a 5858 is far easier than a 6262...
I have a 6266 on the street if I roll on the gas I can fog the tires all the way to 4th gear. That's cruising at 2k and rolling on the gas at 4k I'm up in smoke...
I bolted the slicks on it the other day and went for a cruise 3rd gear broke loose mid way. You won't have these problem with a 5858. If your spinning your not winning. A 5858 is much more controllable and way easier to put the power to the ground. Oh and by the way I was on a 7psi wastegate spring...
Ultimately the choice is yours, but if I wanted to do what you want to do I would hands down get a 5858. A 10s pass is no joke.

Now with this being said a 6262 with the smallest housing will be equivalent to a 5858 but you will loose top end choking it down. That's why I would suggest the 5858 you will get the best of both worlds.

I'm looking to get the 5858 v-band inlet and outlet with the .82 a/r, but do you know if v-band inlet will be better or would sticking with a T3 inlet be better. Also do you know the inlet size of the v-band inlet i have looked everywhere for the info with no luck.Thanks for all the help.
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I'm looking to get the 5858 v-band inlet and outlet with the .82 a/r, but do you know if v-band inlet will be better or would sticking with a T3 inlet be better. Also do you know the inlet size of the v-band inlet i have looked everywhere for the info with no luck.Thanks for all the help.
@Maverick is your best source for this info or @mrk1
I believe Maverick ran a 5858 vband
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I'm looking to get the 5858 v-band inlet and outlet with the .82 a/r, but do you know if v-band inlet will be better or would sticking with a T3 inlet be better. Also do you know the inlet size of the v-band inlet i have looked everywhere for the info with no luck.Thanks for all the help.
The Vband inlet is the same size as a t3 inlet. I ran the vband and loved it. Plus a vband is much lighter than a bulky ass t3 flange
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