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Old 03-30-2012, 07:19 AM   #16
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

I guess what I really meant was am I going to be doing any harm by not tuning it for awhile. I plan to get OpenPort and playing around with it but it could be a couple months before I feel like I'm comfortable with flashing my ECU.
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:04 AM   #17
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As the name implies, the Evo 3 16G came on the Evolution 3 in Japan (and else where). It is a bit bigger then the regular Big 16G.
By just .010", or the thickness of two sheets of notebook paper.

The difference is the better-flowing high-nickel turbine housing which doesn't crack, and the compressor wheel itself on the Evo III has thinner blades and a smaller "hub" area. This makes the compressor both lighter and better-flowing.
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Old 09-07-2013, 01:33 PM   #18
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

This forum is really helping my get a greater understanding of upgrade do's and don't's
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Old 09-07-2014, 10:07 PM   #19
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

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By just .010", or the thickness of two sheets of notebook paper.

The difference is the better-flowing high-nickel turbine housing which doesn't crack, and the compressor wheel itself on the Evo III has thinner blades and a smaller "hub" area. This makes the compressor both lighter and better-flowing.
What he said. I have a big 16g but may still upgrade in a bit.
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Old 02-10-2015, 01:27 PM   #20
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

I wouldn't run the evolll big 16g turbo without updating other parts.
255 Pump
I used 680cc Injectors
I also put an aftermarket fuel pressure regulator
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Old 04-26-2015, 02:20 AM   #21
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if td05 is 16g then after that is an 'H'.... which i understand is a wheel designation..... then what size wheel is the H? and on the serial number if 420 means its just the regular big 16 G then what does 410 mean?
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Old 04-26-2015, 06:37 AM   #22
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

Pretty sure the H wheel has an exducer of 49.2mm(1.93") and inducer of 55.9mm(2.2").

14B
49178-01010
49178-01030
49178-01400
49178-01410

Small 16G
49178-01520
49178-05200

Big 16G
49178-01420

Evo I Big 16G
49178-01450

Evo II Big 16G
49178-01460

Evo III Big 16G
49178-01470
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Old 04-28-2015, 09:43 PM   #23
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

E316g was one of the most fun street turbo's ever. Ran mid 11's with one in my 3450lbs Automatic Talon. Had a nice torque hit. FP3065 had more ass with a 2.3l. Most fun combo for my street car. This was before they had the HTA stuff which is supposed to be superior. Heard they have an HTA 16g that kicks major ass.

http://store.forcedperformance.net/P...SMFP68HTA.html
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Old 04-28-2015, 10:41 PM   #24
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

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E316g was one of the most fun street turbo's ever. Ran mid 11's with one in my 3450lbs Automatic Talon. Had a nice torque hit. FP3065 had more ass with a 2.3l. Most fun combo for my street car. This was before they had the HTA stuff which is supposed to be superior. Heard they have an HTA 16g that kicks major ass.

http://store.forcedperformance.net/P...SMFP68HTA.html


Blast from the past! O'est of OGs. You were one of the main influences in me loving autos. Long time no see, stranger.
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Old 04-29-2015, 06:26 AM   #25
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Blast from the past! O'est of OGs. You were one of the main influences in me loving autos. Long time no see, stranger.
Lol!! Whats good!? I have'nt been on talk in quite a while thought I'd poke back in and see what up with the DSM scene.

I still see some guys at the track who said they got the auto idea from seeing me run with the old Panda Talon. Back when I was on the 14b and had just started running the car, guys would come up in the staging lanes to check the car out and dismiss the car once they saw it was an auto asking me "why?" That was until they saw me run effortless 12s with 1.5 60fts Lol!
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Old 04-29-2015, 03:39 PM   #26
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

I remember being impressed as hell with you running 13.5's bone-ass stock except for a 14B swap and a MBC @ 15-16psi. Stock cat-back and paper airfilter.


Love seeing the OG's come back. We need all of you guys to come back and bring us back to where we were.
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Old 04-29-2015, 08:17 PM   #27
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

Wow! good times good times! To break into the 12s I just took off the waste gate hose, modded the BOV, ran some cam2 and stole the 3in exhaust off my 5 speed eclipse. Added the E316G, FMIC, 2G MAF, 255hp, 550cc inj, did the blue wire mod on the tranny and dipped into the 11s. The car was really fun in that configuration.
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Old 05-05-2015, 11:32 PM   #28
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

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Pretty sure the H wheel has an exducer of 49.2mm(1.93") and inducer of 55.9mm(2.2").

14B
49178-01010
49178-01030
49178-01400
49178-01410

Small 16G
49178-01520
49178-05200

Big 16G
49178-01420

Evo I Big 16G
49178-01450

Evo II Big 16G
49178-01460

Evo III Big 16G
49178-01470
http://www.ehow.com/how_7957200_iden...16g-turbo.html


So by the ehow link, and this quote, TD05 49178-01 41 0

Is a 14b?

Or is it 16G?

Cuz all 16G have TD05, but rhe only numbers listed at end of serial numbers were 420 412 450 460 470 and 520..... this one is 410
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Old 05-05-2015, 11:41 PM   #29
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Re: Real MHI 16g turbo?

The last serial number listed for a 14B matches your "quoted" number exactly so it is a 14b housing. A 16g compressor is is big/small/big/small blades where as a 14b is all the same size blades.
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