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Is there any difference of these 2 MONSTER Turbos?

ADVANTAGE & Disadvantages, if any???
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ALSO,

What does the 1993 - 1998 (or 2002) fully stock Supra TT 6-Spd/4-Spd Auto run on Boost (PSi)???



I would REALLY like to know these things. Even though I already know SOOO MUCH on this car, I always let the "simple" things pass me by.

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Is there any difference of these 2 MONSTER Turbos?

ADVANTAGE & Disadvantages, if any???
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ALSO,

What does the 1993 - 1998 (or 2002) fully stock Supra TT 6-Spd/4-Spd Auto run on Boost (PSi)???



I would REALLY like to know these things. Even though I already know SOOO MUCH on this car, I always let the "simple" things pass me by.

Thanks & Cheers,
Miller


Judging from how you post, you obviously " Dont know to much " first off ,
T88/T88H isnt a Monster turbo, 2nd You shouldnt post how much You know and then ask a question and in return expect answers, you wont make it far on this forum :hay: and will get bashed, 3rd 10-11psi stock
 

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Is there any difference of these 2 MONSTER Turbos?

ADVANTAGE & Disadvantages, if any???

Thanks & Cheers,
Miller


Both T88 34D turbos use the same compressor wheel which is a 70mm inducer, are journal bearing and very reliable. They produce good horsepower but the H is rather lazy due to the fact that it's Turbine is almost as large as a GT47. The normal T88's turbine is slightly larger than a GT42 (aka PTE GT-S).

There is also a T88H-38GK which uses the same large turbine wheel as the T88H but instead of the normal T88 34D 70mm wheel it uses a larger 76mm compressor wheel better suited to its large turbine.

Furthermore there is a T88 33D which uses the 66mm compressor wheel found on 99 percent of the T78 cars in the US however it uses the same GT42 sized turbine.
 

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So would the 38GK produce comprable numbers to a 42-76?
 

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Miller,

Read the FAQ in this forum and visit www.mkiv.com. These sites will help you gain knowledge on the Supra.

Steve
 

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Judging from how you post, you obviously " Dont know to much " first off ,
T88/T88H isnt a Monster turbo, 2nd You shouldnt post how much You know and then ask a question and in return expect answers, you wont make it far on this forum :hay: and will get bashed, 3rd 10-11psi stock
I mean MONSTER by the size. I wouldn't call it "petit". As for asking a question, I am ALWAYS curious. It would be REALLY stupid to say I KNOW EVERYTING. When in fact, nobody here (or anywhere) can know everything. Unless your Jay Leno!

But being 82, I'm sure you know just enough. :)
 

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Dont worry about it Miller:) I'm curious about the older Greddy turbos too!:wavey:
 

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a t88h 34d should produce a max power of about 950rwhp, the 38gk should support about 1050rwhp. they are almost as laggy as a t6 turbo but wont make near the power, however for the price greddys are reasonable and the mitsubishi turbos they use will never fail.
 

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But with a penalty in spool correct?
Yes, it should be slightly more responsive than a GT4708 (47-80).

I agree with the above that it's a '1050ish' turbo in the right conditions. Definitely the most power you're going to get from a 'readily available' shelf 76mm turbo.
 
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