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Old 02-14-2012, 04:53 AM
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BW S366 Turbo Specs?

Anyone have a full spec list for the S366?

Curious whats the max HP you can comfortably push with it.
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Re: BW S366 Turbo Specs?

Bump. Curious about this too.
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Re: BW S366 Turbo Specs?

Gotta love google.

Wheel Dimensions:
•Compressor: 66 mm inducer / 91.4mm exducer, with exclusive Extended Tip Technology. 82lb/min
•Turbine: 80 mm inducer / 73 mm exducer. Cast in Inconel 713 for high-temperature operation.

Housings:


•Compressor: Large 4.00" ported anti-surge air inlet / 3.00" charge pipe outlet
•Turbine: .91 A/R Twin Scroll, with 'T4-style', divided entry, and 4.21" v-band discharge.





Just enough air for 525-550hp on a 7.3 engine depending on how over-fueled you want to run the turbo.. Relatively large displacement compared to other performance diesel engines means more exhaust flow and you'll be overspinning the turbo and consuming more air than it can produce efficiently compared to some of the smaller displacement diesels that can make several hundred HP more on the same exact turbo.
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