Precision 62mm Billet Turbo 6262

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Hey guys what do you think of this turbo ball bearing with SP compressor Cover and .68A/R has anyone got experience with this turbo what kinda spool and hp should i espect between 14-18psi with supporting mods? also what if it's used with SP's Quick Spool Valve would this make a big difference in spool up?
 

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I run a forced performance billet 62mm, which is quite similar. With my quick spool valve and a .84 T4 hot side I see 15psi by 3300rpm and 435hp at 22psi with pump/methanol on stock ECU / SAFC. I think it's around 370-380hp at 15psi. Can't really beat this turbo/QSV combo for a street car. I think the 6265 is would flow better though.
 

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I'm looking at this turbo, or the 6265, and a few people have suggested the 6265 with a big exhaust housing, like the 1.00, and then run the QSV.
 

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I got a 6265 with a .96 ar... going on a 2jzge should have results in a couple of months.

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thanks guys but i'll be going with my 6262 .68A/R it would be good for the power i'm looking for, where i live and the kinda driving we do but Tekdues is your Forced Performance turbo Ball Bearing?
 

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I run a forced performance billet 62mm, which is quite similar. With my quick spool valve and a .84 T4 hot side I see 15psi by 3300rpm and 435hp at 22psi with pump/methanol on stock ECU / SAFC. I think it's around 370-380hp at 15psi. Can't really beat this turbo/QSV combo for a street car. I think the 6265 is would flow better though.
SAFC? I figured you went stinger or some other stand alone. How is traction with that kind of power that early? What are you doing to help her grip?
 

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I've got 295 BF Goodrich KD's for rubber. But it still spins in 2nd unless it's super hot out, or I drop the boost a bit. I use my AVCR to ajust the boost per gear, depending on the conditions. If it's summer, I run 12psi in 1st, 22psi in the rest of the gears. If it's winter, I have to run 10psi in 1st, 18psi in 2nd, and 22psi in the rest of the gears to get consistent traction. It's pretty effective cheap traction control :)
 
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Ive seen how much faster the turbo spools with the QSP.
With the QSV is it even worth going BB, the difference can hardly be noticed or am I wrong?

Journal bearing turbo with QSP is about the same $$$ as a turbo with BB.

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No I don't think so either. With the QSV it makes it fairly even. When first purchased the journal QSV combo will be about the same price as a BB. However, when it comes time to have it rebuilt it won't cost you as much for the journal bearing.
 

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I like this turbo and have seen big numbers. I have also heard that there IS a noticeable difference in spool between that and the 6265. i would say go for the journal with qsv.
 

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I wouldn't run a 6265 with out a qsv on a 1jz, there is definately a noticable difference in spool between the 6262 and 6265.
I personally went with the 6262, my goal for my car (1jz) is over 6XXrwhp.
The 6262 will definately not be the limiting factor by any means, this turbo has put cars into the low 9s (maybe quicker) and can support crazy power.
 

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So... anyone running one of these (6262) on a 1j? 87M-GTE?

I'm looking at going with the 6262 .63. Seems the turbo can support over 600, but still have a nice mid-range in addition to a nice top end.
 

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So... anyone running one of these (6262) on a 1j? 87M-GTE?

I'm looking at going with the 6262 .63. Seems the turbo can support over 600, but still have a nice mid-range in addition to a nice top end.

The .63 only comes in T3 V-band the .68 T4 V-band would be better for our cars from what i've seen this is also what i purchased havent installed it though due to lack of time i got the rest of my kit from driftmotion.
 

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The .63 only comes in T3 V-band the .68 T4 V-band would be better for our cars from what i've seen this is also what i purchased havent installed it though due to lack of time i got the rest of my kit from driftmotion.

I'm a noob. What would be the difference in spool between getting a .68 A/R and getting a 1.00 A/R with a QSV?
 

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The .63 only comes in T3 V-band the .68 T4 V-band would be better for our cars from what i've seen this is also what i purchased havent installed it though due to lack of time i got the rest of my kit from driftmotion.
Done a bit of research since then and came to the same conclusion myself. Almost wish they had a .7x a/r for this turbo though...

I'm a noob. What would be the difference in spool between getting a .68 A/R and getting a 1.00 A/R with a QSV?
Got a few minutes? ;)
 

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Done a bit of research since then and came to the same conclusion myself. Almost wish they had a .7x a/r for this turbo though...


Got a few minutes? ;)
hell yea. educate me. because im in the middle of a build. im looking for around 600rwhp, maybe a lil more, but i want super fast spool. im looking at the precision 6262 and the 6265.
 

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why not go with a divided .84 on the 6265? quick spool valve compatible if you want one now, or in the future, and the 6265 will make more power than a 6262.

thats what reid@sp recommended for me.
 

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What about a 6765 with a .68 hotside? I'm actively looking at a new turbo and can't decide on that or a 6265 with. .81 hotside.
 

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a guy on supraforums made 520 with a 6262 on 17-18 psi on a 1jz??

Wish i still had the thread open
17-18psi? Hmm... I guess that sounds about right, I believe they put out around 650+ in the low 30 psi range.
 

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wouldn't this turbo with a divided exhaust housing give a better spool up? But really which is better Divided or Undivded? Other than this what would anyone recommend for a quick spooling street/strip setup looking at something with a .68A/R Divided T4 Housing Ball Bearing also not into cheap ebay turbo's dont beleive in those not knocking anyone using them but thats just my personal preference.
 

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I was thinking about that quick spool valve... that and I got a deployment coming up in a bit, once I'm back, the whole car is gonna get ripped apart and put back together with shiny, new parts :)

EDIT:
Just ordered .84AR divided housing from precision, hopefully spool time is gonna be faster.
 
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Hey guys would having a Undivided Turbo on a Divided Manifold be a problem? Because one of my friends ran a Precision GT40 with a undivided exhaust housing on a divided manifold on his Rx7 and told me he had no problem. I just want to know if this is safe or creates any issues.
 

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I can't see that being a problem, you just won't get the benefits of having a twin scroll manifold with an undivided turbo housing. If it were the other way around (divided turbo, undivided manifold), I could see it causing a bit of unwanted turbulence, but in this case, I don't see it causing problems.
 

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...you just won't get the benefits of having a twin scroll manifold with an undivided turbo housing.
When I ran divided manifold with undivided housing on 6265, it seemed to spool slower than it does now with divided mani+housing.
That's what I meant. The whole point of having a divided housing on the manifold and turbo is so that there is less interference and smoother airflow going into the turbo. Ever look at intricate headers on cars? It's generally designed for high velocity speeds into the turbo. The more air you can get into a turbo, the faster it will spool up. :)
 

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Interesting info. I've got a spare 6262S from my Acura, & was going to put it onto my 1JZ. But it's a T3 flange. I was originally going to buy a single turbo manifold, cut off the T4 flange & then weld on a new T3 flange. But if the divided T4 flange is better, I may just get a T4 flanged turbo.
 

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I have a 1jz with a stinger ems and a Turbonetics T70 turbo with a .84 hot side..... Its way way way to laggy. Either needs a QSV or I may go with a 6265/qsv or 6765/qsv. On my last 7m mk3 I had just a 6765 no qsv. It was a little laggy but not horrible, but made crazy power up top. For my 1jz im looking for a turbo that spools faster but also makes really good top end power. My goal right now is 650hp. what are the 6262 and 6265 rated for?
 

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I have a 1jz with a stinger ems and a Turbonetics T70 turbo with a .84 hot side..... Its way way way to laggy. Either needs a QSV or I may go with a 6265/qsv or 6765/qsv. On my last 7m mk3 I had just a 6765 no qsv. It was a little laggy but not horrible, but made crazy power up top. For my 1jz im looking for a turbo that spools faster but also makes really good top end power. My goal right now is 650hp. what are the 6262 and 6265 rated for?
What size A/R exhaust housing did you have on ur 7M with the 6765? was it a divided housing? What rpm would you see full boost and were you running on stock internals?