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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-21-2008, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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h2e ex housings

what is the next up from a 19cm? i may want to try one. i was runnin about 42psi boost and 54psi back pressure. i am puttin a 4" dp in instead of the three but if that dont help enough ill go bigger. thanks

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If you're meaning bigger, that should be a 21cm. You don't have a mod h2e do you? If you don't, it may be time to send it in and get it upgraded.

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Re: h2e ex housings

Yea thats what I was gonna say, I'd try it modded first. It could be a turd to spool w/ a 21. Oughta drop egts tho lol.

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it will be modded before it goes back on its off right now.

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ive gota 23cm going back on mine with the twins. never ran anything other than a 17cm and a 19cm as a single though.

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the 21cm is not fun at all to drive and very hard to keep lit while sled pulling. I went back to a 19cm and it is a better all around size

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the 21cm is not fun at all to drive and very hard to keep lit while sled pulling. I went back to a 19cm and it is a better all around size
How big are your injectors, and what mods to your H2e? We were going to try a 21cm on mine when I was going to go with an H2e.

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newbie question, i know how the A/R is determined, but how is the "cm" determined in a turbine housing? I know a few companies that exclusively use the "cm" term

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newbie question, i know how the A/R is determined, but how is the "cm" determined in a turbine housing? I know a few companies that exclusively use the "cm" term
IIRC, it's the R in A/R. It would be 21cm for the radius on a 21cm housing. Some manufactururs don't use both A and R, only R.

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Area/Ratio

[url]http://www.turbobygarrett.com/turbobygarrett/tech_center/turbo_tech102.html[/url makes sense now, thanks.

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