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Old 07-09-2007, 12:03 PM   #1
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Jsp T25

Does anyone have or has heard anything about Jaks T25 that he makes? what is it compared to, he said it is bigger then a td04-18T-6cm^2, so is that like a GT30? Do you think it is worth 800 + 200 core charge?
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ask him

his cell number is : ( 828 ) 775-3719

he's really great to talk to
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i know he is a good duy to talk to i had a great time talking to him at carlisle but i don't want to be like hey why is your turbo worth it, sounds to much of a being a dick.
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I would not put it anywhere near the gt30. Comperable to 18t probably. Its up to you if its worth it.

The rebuild for 18t is $350 for comparison.
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I would not put it anywhere near the gt30. Comperable to 18t probably. Its up to you if its worth it.

The rebuild for 18t is $350 for comparison.
it's bigger than 18t

I'd say just go gt28xx or gt30xx
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then another 600-800 for machining and such.
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what is bigger his big T28 or the T25?
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then another 600-800 for machining and such.
What?
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if i were to take my T25 and make it like his, it would be close to the price for machining and for blades.
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Ok, the JSP t25 is bigger than the 18t. His big t28 is bigger than both of those.
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i dont think thats being a dick really ive called him before and was on the phone for like a half hour asking the same questions and hes a pretty understanding guy
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i dont think thats being a dick really ive called him before and was on the phone for like a half hour asking the same questions and hes a pretty understanding guy
x2, doing business with someone doesn't mean you're being a dick

it's normal to want to get the most for your money
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Ok, the JSP t25 is bigger than the 18t. His big t28 is bigger than both of those.
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whats does his t28 compare to??
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Ask for dyno sheet comparisons, haha
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Old 07-09-2007, 12:16 PM   #17
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I have one on my 9-5. Spools early ( but not like a stock TDO4 ) at 2200 rpm it slams to 21+ PSI ( 27 max) . Flows real nice too, keeps pulling to red-line. Gets the car to 280+ hp

I would probably to to a GT28RS if I could do it all over again. I only chose it to make the install simpler on teh stock manifold and since i saw Nick at GS was able to get one on the stock manifold I woudl go that route now
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he said that his big T28 made 340 whp with ease.
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Old 07-09-2007, 12:37 PM   #19
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he said that his big T28 made 340 whp with ease.
yep he said 350hp wasn't a problem, when I was over there a few days ago
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When i talked to him he said Chp not WHP. About 190-195 whp
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