Options Bullseye Power Turbo Vs. Garrett GT series

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Options Bullseye Power Turbo Vs. Garrett GT series

Post by H22NeedsTurbo » July 21st, 2010, 8:49 pm

Bullseye Power S372 - T4 .90 A/R - 83mm $1,056.40

Garrett GT35R - T04 .82 A/R - 68mm $1435.59


Personally I think the bullseye power is a way better deal and is capable of 500-900hp while the gt35r is 400-800hp. Imma do some more research on what kind of compression I would need which would work best with the turbo specs motor and compressor map for a power bandwidth.

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Re: Options Bullseye Power Turbo Vs. Garrett GT series

Post by Aero » July 22nd, 2010, 11:21 am

While I do like the Borg Warner better than Garrett's turbos those two are not comparable. Someone looking at a GT35R isn't going to look at the S372. The S372 is a MUCH larger turbo than the GT35R.

The S372 is going to spool much slower than the GT35R due to the much larger compressor and turbine wheels, which is the trade off for the much higher power potential.

Look to a S362 if you want something that is near the GT35R in size and potential.



Getting 800hp worth of air through a GT35R is not likely for anyone normal. Most people ~600 is about it, with some freaks going alot higher.
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Post by Aero » July 22nd, 2010, 11:37 am

I guess I should ask. How much power are you realistically looking for and on what fuel?
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Self Cooling Intercooler
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Post by H22NeedsTurbo » July 22nd, 2010, 11:36 pm

The least I'll accept is 450 to the wheels. Ill look at that s362.

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Re: Options Bullseye Power Turbo Vs. Garrett GT series

Post by Aero » July 23rd, 2010, 6:42 pm

Take a look at the S300SX 83/75 also.
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Self Cooling Intercooler
Is there such a thing? What I am thinking of is something like like air/water intercooler but instead of water passing thru it, the turbo sucks air thru it, then feeds the charge thru the side where it normally would on an air water intercooler. Thus cooling itself
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Re: Options Bullseye Power Turbo Vs. Garrett GT series

Post by H22NeedsTurbo » July 26th, 2010, 10:40 pm

You heard anything about peakboost products? I was looking at getting there topmount manifold for the kit, making it custom going with a bullseye, and you were right about 372 to 362 quite a bit of difference the 372 would be putting down too much power for being able to drive to work. The 362 was around 400-700 range which is what I want.

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Re: Options Bullseye Power Turbo Vs. Garrett GT series

Post by SiFlyBy » July 27th, 2010, 6:18 am

You don't need to spend $1000 on a topmount manifold. a miniram would work jusy fine for 1/3 the price.
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