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Re: Which years was K24 Turbo.
The k26/27 hybrid is a nice setup. Just don't be caught with your pants. .
er revs down against a k24 setup. I'm running 1.8bar in my 89 200tqw w/k24
and it will drop my brothers car w/ k26/27 running 2.0bar and two-piece if
the revs are under 3k. After 3500 forget it. The k26/27 running 2bar will
pull teeth. I'd love to hear about someone running a k24/26 hybrid. Could
From: The Murphy-Fahlgren Family <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Lewis, Gary M <Gary.Lewis@West.Boeing.com>
Cc: 'DeWitt Harrison' <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Monday, September 13, 1999 6:21 PM
Subject: Re: Which years was K24 Turbo.
>Lewis, Gary M wrote:
>> I agree that after 2.0 - 2.2 bar, you need at least a K26, but I'd start
>> with an RS2 turbo instead. I'm really starting to think the K26 is
>> mismatched to the 2.2I5. I think the displacement is perhaps just too
>> to effectively push this turbo. Any of you 944t owners have a comment?
>> 2.5l, how is the k26 experience?
>Nope, K26 is too _small_, RS2 is moving in the right direction. :)
>Having talked to Porsche guys, the warm setup is either a K27 or a
>K27/K26 hybrid (-8 trim on the K26 hot side, usually; K26-6 is the
>standard MC turbo, I believe). They go much larger (non-KKK) for
>race cars or hot street rockets.
>My MC has a K27/K26-6 and pushes 2.2 bar very nicely, but has
>what most would consider unacceptable lag, it doesn't reach full
>boost until about 3200-3300 RPM (I just keep the revs up to
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