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I saw that ad as well. It would be interesting to know the difference in the spool up characteristics.

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i also was curious about it. was wondering what the gains in flow would be as im betting they had to modify the fins some
 

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does a stock ct really have lag though?

either way i think thats off a ct20b
 

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if i had the stock turbo i would buy it and play around with the spool
 

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those turbines came off of japanese sw20 mr2s. They are considered less good than the north american (metal) turbine in the mr2 by mr2 owners.
 

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SuprAng said:
does a stock ct really have lag though?

either way i think thats off a ct20b

There is no such thing as a CT20B... what you are reffering to is simply a later generation CT26 used on the 3S-GTE.

The CT20 was used on the 3T-GTE, the 4T-GTE (the IMSA Celica engine, quite possibly the rarest Toyota production engine) and the 22R-TEC.
 

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if I had a stock turbo...i'd be interested...
 

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Robbman said:
There is no such thing as a CT20B... what you are reffering to is simply a later generation CT26 used on the 3S-GTE.

The CT20 was used on the 3T-GTE, the 4T-GTE (the IMSA Celica engine, quite possibly the rarest Toyota production engine) and the 22R-TEC.
you are correct, for some reason though people on the internet refer to the ceramic mr2 ct26s as ct20bs? I feel bad for peopel that pay top dollar for the ct20s thinking they are the newer ones.

Either way its out of (1994+) celica st205 and the sw20s ct26...

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Back when i had my All-Trac this was a "popular" JDM item but did not receive a big welcome as they had a reputation of coming apart under hi boost/rpm situations.
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The "C" after the 22R-TE stands for a California emissions package. I guess only for the west coast Cali turbo 22R's.
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Ahhhh okay thanks. I'm assuming its different then from having "u" at the end, such as a 2JZ-GTEu or 3S-GTEu, etc. Dont remember any actual engines off the top of my head with the "u" designation, but the "u" is for Japanese emissions.
 
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