K27 turbo help on 1jz

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    #1 mad_mitch, Apr 30, 2017
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    different turbos have different hp. I dont think anyone has done this before, so its anyones guess. My suggestion is find a simillar size turbo with same A/R and use those numbers. in the end cfm is what matters. 20psi on a ct26 is different than 20psi on a pt6266.
     
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    Cheers for the reply bud. Yeah I understand. Just wondered if there were any turbo gurus that had fitted one or similar. I guess it's going to be a fit it and see what happens.
     
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    K27's are old technology, on the porsche they only make 330-360bhp i think, if that. All the powerful 911's run twin k16 or k24 depending on model. K27 is very laggy even on a 3.6l engine. I wouldn't waste your time making it fit.
     
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    Made 420bhp out of interest. Full boost my 3600rpm.
     
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