I'm on the same boat between a gtx3076r gen 2 or a 6062 both with a 1.0 ar.In narrowing down the ~600whp turbos is there a clear winner between the Gen2 3076/3576 or Gen2 5862?
I cross shopped between these exact same turbos. I ended up selecting the 3076 with the t4 1.06 housing. To note: the GTX are water cooled and do not have a boost reference on the compressor housing while the PTE is only oil cooled and does have a boost source on the compressor housing.In narrowing down the ~600whp turbos is there a clear winner between the Gen2 3076/3576 or Gen2 5862?
The 4 cylinders are running smaller A/R's so they will have less flow up top in combination with the smaller engine would net smaller results. The 3076r with the T4 1.06 is rated to 750hp.I'm on the same boat between a gtx3076r gen 2 or a 6062 both with a 1.0 ar.
I havent seen a dyno graph of a gtx3076r in the 600's most mid to low 500's on 4 cylinder cars.
From what I recall, a 3076 and 3576 actually spool the same, so the question for most will be 3071 Vs 3576.FWIW, I'm now running a Gen2 GTX3576r .92AR on my MOTIV manifold. It's fully spooled up at 3,400 rpm and, at 22 psi on 93 octane pump gas, I'm seeing 512 whp/495 ft-lbs on a Dynojet.
Could you please also post a pic of the exhaust flange of the turbo?!
Figured out your power goals first then pick a turbo for thatDo you guys think the GTX3584RS will be worthwhile on a 93oct daily driver with a tank here or there on e85 for racing or better off just going with the typical GTW3884/PTE6466 build?