.I'm running them here so first hand experience. 7months in, 7000 miles. They use zero oil, literally less oil burn than stock.
They spool up as early as standard and have no issue maintaining 26psi to 7200rpm, at 52% wgdc.
I've posted in a few Facebook pages but have been banned for telling the truth. Hardly surprising when it was in a frankenturbos group.
Honestly they've been great value for me.
At this price even if they last only 2years I'll buy another set but I think failure is unlikely based on zero oil burn and the VSR balancing.
I know of ten people running them, zero failures for 20 turbos. Also in the what's app group.
Power potential to may have a point. But longevity at the power levels you are referencing will be tough to maintain. The internal of the $2k set @nitemare is speaking of is an actual TD04.The blade size is TD04 equivalent even if the rotor shaft is not. A lot of branded hybrids are not true TDO4 CHRAs either. That has nothing to do with the power potential of these turbos.
Oh I know I've been following. But none of them are even over 600whp are they?Fair enough- as I say, the 10 people (more than that with orders placed) have not had an issue and we're all using the AliXpress turbos, all approaching 10k miles.
Literally Zero zilch -0- failures.
Yeah seems like many are buying them I know as we are getting quotes and what not for RHD outlets/etc from those who are doing as such. Problem is that most of these guys seem to be really current fresh installs, so as stated prior get some OG reviews, as someone who installed 30-120 days ago are not going to be nearly as much help despite how much fun that maybe having the past couple months. Shit didn't hit the fan with Hexon (publicly) for about 1.5-2 years IIRC.I'm following the UK guys on What's App. They have multiple people with these. I'll ask them to post here.
Odd, considering the trade retail versions sold in the states aren't doing so well. Wonder if the manufacturer edited the design.Fair enough- as I say, the 10 people (more than that with orders placed) have not had an issue and we're all using the AliXpress turbos, all approaching 10k miles.
Literally Zero zilch -0- failures.
Trying to hype a long warranty as a selling point just make me think your product is trash and will fail.At the end of the day they come with a 3 year warranty which is longer than any vendor offers (I believe).
Hexon did take a while to show the extent of the failures they were enduring- and truth is it may have been MUCH longer had they just not closed the doors and basically said "Sorry, no one home anymore" when customers were trying to get assistance with their failing products (with 2 year warranties).Hexon did take a while.
Well said.I don't get the warranty stuff - too much work to change these once, much less twice. But I get that lots of people like to disassemble their cars several times ... have fun lol. I don't care about the warranty on rods either. I don't want to go in there twice.
FrankenTurbos put down 600 whp on pump gas (24psi 10* timing), so it's probably not too hard for pretty much any hybrids to make good power.Hexon did take a while.
Are any of these putting down any good numbers? You would think people would have dyno'd these by now so we could compare to other twin turbo set ups available on the market.
Do you have a link? Wouldn't that be the record for twins on 93? That would mean they flow like a precision 6466 or the engine had cams etc. Making it more efficient. I am a bit skeptical.FrankenTurbos put down 600 whp on pump gas (24psi 10* timing), so it's probably not too hard for pretty much any hybrids to make good power.