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Blouch Dominator 2.5XT-R 10cm^2 Turbo

MODEL # BLCDOM2.5XTR

$1,750.00


  • Q: 2.5" vs 3" inlet and 10cm vs 8cm housing on 2.5 XTR  Wayne2 years ago

    Hi, I am looking at the 2.5 XTR to deliver a good balance between maximum power with the lowest possible spool, on a 2011 WRX build including forged and closed deck short motor, fully ported / polished and bench flowed heads, poncam cams and adjustable exhaust cam gear, GSC beehive valve springs, FMIC, Process West inlet manifold, Killer B ELH, Invidia Q300 TBE and on E85. I have seen a report of this turbo achieving 480WHP at 28PSI on a similar good build. Can you please confirm if this is achievable, and if 3" inlet and 10cm housing would better help me achieve this purpose for highest power goal and what would the impact be on spool? Many thanks in advance.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Your dyno numbers will vary based on many factors, including the tune, quality of the ethanol, elevation, ambient temps, etc, so we can't really offer an official guarantee. However, I'd say the Dom 3.0-4.0XT-R would be Blouch's best options for your setup. The larger exhaust housing and inlet will be best for peak power, but you'll sacrifice spool for the top end that they provide.

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  • Q: Which Turbo  YoshiSTi2 years ago

    Im wondering what will be the best turbo for my setup, I have a 2006 STi, a IAG Stage 2 block, Crawford AOS, Killer B oil pickup, BC 272 cams, BC Stage 2 valves, ACT heavy duty clutch kit with a ACT streetlight flywheel, Cobb 3 post boost solinoid, AEM 320lph fuel pump, Perrin turbo inlet, and planning on getting ID 1300cc injectors and also plan on going with a Cobb flex fuel kit. What turbo would you recommend to get me near 500 whp on e85 or 400whp on 91?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  With your setup, you will be cutting it close with this turbo. If you would like to make sure you're above 400 whp on pump gas, you might want to look at a Dom 3.0 or an FP Red.

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  • Q: Is there a rebuild kit for this turbo?  Lagg-Alot2 years ago

    Need to rebuild this turbo, where can I find a kit with all the stuff I need?
  • Q: Dom 2.5 xtr  Awag243 years ago

    Will this turbo produce more power then the dom 1.5xtr?
  • Q: 2010 Subaru Forester XT (stock) running 91 octane: How to increase HP?  Procintus5 years ago

    If I installed a Blouch Dominator 2.5XT-R 10cm^2 Turbo, Process West TMIC (Verticooler), and the Process West Traditional Turbo Upgrade Hose in a 2010 Subaru Forester XT (stock) running 91 octane, how much (approx.) total HP could I get out of it?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Unfortunately its hard to give an accurate estimate. This turbo is rated for about 375 WHP. However, there are many factors that play into the potential power of a build like supporting mods, fuel used, and the aggressiveness of the tune. I recommend talking with your preferred tuner to discuss possible horsepower numbers.

      Josh P. @ RallySport Direct 5 years ago  
        
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  • Q: 2010 Subaru Forester XT (stock)  Procintus5 years ago

    Will this fit? If not, what extras are needed? How much extra HP?
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      A:  This is not a direct fit for your car. In order to run this turbo, you will need to purchase the Process West TMIC (Verticooler) and the Process West Traditional Turbo Upgrade Hose.

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  • Q: Power?  WRC5 years ago

    How much power can i expect on a 2008 sti with this turbo, built block, cobb intake, grimmspeed tmic, 1000cc injectors, fuel pump, tbe running on e85?
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      A:  Numbers will vary greatly depending on tuning factors and other modifications, but you can expect about 350-370 WHP with that setup.

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  • Q: Supporting upgrades  Malammadi5 years ago

    Hi, do I need to install tgv deletes and do I need a cold air intake? I know this all comes down to the tuner but would like to get an idea, I currently have a Catted grimspeed downpipe, evo 3 catback, cobb ram intake and boost control. I know I need a fuel pump and am also wondering what size fuel injection would be adequate? Thanks for your excellent support as usual
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      A:  TGV deletes are not required but parts like an aftermarket turbo inlet and intake would be recommended to lessen the chance of a bottleneck in the system. A fuel pump is required as well as larger injectors, but the size depends on what kind of fuel you plan to run.

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  • Q: Will this bolt up to stock exhaust?  tajuncadella230185 years ago

    Even though this turbo has the 10cm^2 hot side, will this still bolt up to the oem wrx exhaust? Thanks.
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  This is meant to be a stock replacement turbo and will fit the standard downpipe or stock replacement downpipes.

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  • Q: turbo  shags1056 years ago

    hi I was wondering what turbo you would recommend I use if I wanted to run a bigger turbo at less psi to take the stress off my engine
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Turbo sizing will depend on your power goals. A larger turbo will generally not reduce stress on the engine, even with lower pressure because a larger turbo will flow more volume than stock, which can add stress to the engine.

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  • Q: Psi efficiency   Michell Lopez7 years ago

    What is the best boost and readily psi for this turbo, Or the question is what is best efficiency psi?
  • Q: what else do I need?  2010 wrx7 years ago

    I currently have the process west tmic, invidia dp, halmann mbc, walbro 255 and aem intake. Just wondering what else I need to purchase for optimal performance. And this will be ok for a stock block with a conservative tune?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You will also need: Injectors, intake, catback, and a tune as a bare minimum. For best results you will want to add headers with up-pipe along with turbo inlet hose. As long as the tune is not overly aggressive the stock motor will be fine.

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  • Q: Max Boost  Michell Lopez7 years ago

    What is the maximum boost using vp race gas motor sport 109.?
  • Q: 2010 wrx with process west tmic  derekp8o6024707 years ago

    Hi process west has the other hose I can buy to match up to 02-07 turbos. Im just wondering what else would have to be changed to have this turbo installed? Beside the obvious injectors, pump, exhaust. I have all support mods just looking at bigger turbo. Kind of limited with the compressor
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      A:  Once you get that hose that would be all that you need. From there it will bolt right up just like stock.

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  • Q: What else will I need?  Bigdansubaru7 years ago

    Hey RSD, I currently have a built 05 wrx and Im ready to push it a bit further. I am currently running 300awhp with 93 pump gas and id like to see 380-400. Can I make it there with the following existing mods? New block and trans have 13,000 miles on them just FYI. I have Eagle Rods, CP Pistons and rings, ACL race bearings, STI 12mm oil pump, Valve job and Machined heads, Cobb intake, STI top mount, HKS SSQVII BOV, Grimspeed 3 ports bcs, Cobb AP v2, 660cc deatsch works injectors, walbro 255 fp, API headers, catless uppie, 3 megan racing catless exhaust. My clutch is OEM so I would think that needs to be upgraded too.
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      A:  You will be pushing this turbo a bit for 400WHP but it can be done. I would recommend replacing the STI TMIC with a larger aftermarket unit, as well as the replacing the injectors to 1000cc units along with a new clutch. The Blouch 3.0 would be the turbo to go with for an easy 400WHP though. Hope this helps! Thanks.

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  • Q: Boost  Derkz347 years ago

    Can I expect to get full boost before 4000rpms with supporting mods on 91 with this turbo at 19psi??
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Due to a large number of variables including your peak boost level, we cant tell you the exact spool up. It will start making positive pressure well before that, however how much pressure is hard to say. However anywhere between 3800-4500 is realistic to hit 17+PSI on most applications.

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    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  When I ran this turbo at 19 lbs. I would hit full boost at about 3500 RPM. That was with a Large TMIC, DW 1000cc injectors, HKS intake and HKS Turboback. It's a rad turbo.

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  • Q: Wastegate Bracket  ajisbond007770447 years ago

    Is there a wastegate bracket that fits this turbo if I want to go to an external wastegate?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  There are no wastegate brackets that are confirmed to fit this turbo. I believe the Cobb adjustable bracket will work, but we cannot guarantee fitment.

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    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Unfortunately it does not appear that we offer a wastegate bracket at this time for the Dominator 2.5XT-R. We do offer the Cobb Adjustable Turbo Wastegate bracket which might be an option for you considering it fits the Dominator 1.5, Dominator 3.0R but unfortunately we are not able to guarantee fitment. Thank you.

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  • Q: wrx fitment  Jason014357 years ago

    Why wouldn't this work on a 2012 WRX?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  The 2008+ WRX uses a unique style turbo, which bolts to the intercooler and this is not a direct replacement for the OEM turbo. You can fit this turbo to your 2012 WRX, but you will need a Process West top mount intercooler and conversion hose, or a FMIC that is designed to work with aftermarket turbos.

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  • Q: 06 wrx 2.5 tr  hmongkueb06wrx7 years ago

    Do I need to upgrade piston n rod or camshaft to eun this motor
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You can run this turbo on a stock motor, but the power output will be only limited by how aggressive the tuner is with extracting power out of your set up. At this turbo's full power potential you can suffer catastrophic failure if using stock pistons and rods

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  • Q: engine internals  Nick_017 years ago

    Would I need to change some of the engines internal too run this safely? Around how much horsepower would I need to start looking at changing engine internals?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  In order to get the full potential from this turbo reliably it is recommended to upgrade your engine internals. The safety of the engine will depend on the tune, but internals will allow you to extract more power with more reliability.

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  • Q: power!?  Leeham8 years ago

    is this the highest power turbo for xt that retains oem fitament?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  Blouch has several options for OEM fitment turbos, and the largest that they offer at this time is the Blouch Dominator 5.0XT-R, which is rated at 620hp.

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  • Q: Process West TMIC.  Mike H.8 years ago

    WILL THIS TURBO FIT WITH A PW TMIC(?) THANKS! -MIKE
  • Q: pre-calibrate  Michell Lopez8 years ago

    Adjustable upgrade actuator is standard issue on the XT-R Polka Pickle and is pre-calibrated to operate at 15 PSI unless otherwise specified.???? by default i can't get 22 psi? I need to Adjust the actuator?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  If you would like to run more boost than 15 psi, then you will need to get a boost controller. It is not necessary to adjust the actuator.

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  • Q: SWAP FOR STOCK TURBO   MILITANT18 years ago

    SO ASIDE FROM STAGE 2 AND BIGGER TMIC( PROCESS WEST TMIC ALREADY ON TO BUY LIST), WHAT OTHER THINGS WOULD HAVE TO BE MODDED TO RUN THIS TURBO?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  I recommend investing in a boost solenoid as well as larger injectors(size will depend on the fuel you are planning on running) and fuel pump. Customer often upgrade their turbo inlet as well. Thank you.

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  • Q: uppipe   brunom9 years ago

    do i need to change my OEM uppipe?
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  No, it is not necessary. This turbo is an OEM location turbo and will mount properly to the OEM uppipe.

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  • Q: Inlet tube size  failchawi9 years ago

    Will this work better with a 3 inlet tube or would it yeild the same results with an OEM size inlet tube?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  The main reason a person would choose to go with a 3 inlet is for a quicker spool. On this Blouch Dom. 2.5XT-R the performance gain of going with a 3 over a 2.4 will be minimal from what I've seen. You will also need to run a 3 turbo inlet which is a very tight fit underneath the factory intake manifold.

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