SET YOUR CAR
As low as 0% APR - Buy Now, Pay Later!
FREE SHIPPING
On orders over $200
TALK TO A PARTS EXPERT
RALLYSPORT GUARANTEE
100% Money Back on Select Parts
Blouch TD05H-16GXT 7cm^2 Turbo Billet Wheel ( Part Number:BLC TD05H-16GXT)

Blouch TD05H-16GXT 7cm^2 Turbo Billet Wheel - Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2007 WRX / 2004+ STI)

MODEL # BLC TD05H-16GXT
Manufacturer Part # TD05H-16GXT

$995.00

24
hours
In stock! Ships same day
Qualifies for free shipping!


Description

RallySport Direct is proud to provide you with another turbo upgrade brought to you by Blouch Performance Turbo.

On this page, you are looking at the Blouch Performance TD-05H-16GXT with the 7CM2 Turbo Billet Wheel.

Here are the details:

  • New aero of the Blouch 41 lb/min fully machined billet XT compressor in a TD05 compressor housing
  • 7CM2 nozzle area turbine housing
  • Standard wastegate actuator is calibrated at 18 psi
  • Rated at 410HP
  • Coated turbine housing
  • Includes new downpipe and up pipe gaskets
  • Complete with coolant pipes and turbo oil drain tube installed
  • No modification to intake, exhaust, and oil and coolant connections to make this turbocharger direct bolt-on
SHARE THIS
| | | | |

Specifications


Brand: Blouch
Bearing Type: Journal Bearing
Cartridge: Mitsubishi
Exhaust Housing Size: 7cm
Fitment: OEM
Gaskets Included: Yes
Inlet Size: OEM
Oil Line Included: No
Ported Turbine Housing: Yes
Rated Horsepower: 410hp
Scroll: Single
Wastegate: Internal

Mfgr. Warranty: 6 months / 6000 miles
Condition: New Product
Return Policy:

RallySport Guarantee - 30 Days


Items that are covered under the RallySport Guarantee offer a 30 day no questions asked return policy.

RallySport Guarantee items may be returned within 30 days of the original invoice date and must include all the original parts and contents for a refund.

The RallySport Guarantee does not apply to products that have been modified, damaged, misused or abused. All returns require an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number, and freight charges are strictly non-refundable. For more information regarding our freight refund policy, please refer to our return policy page found HERE.
Standard

PEOPLE WHO VIEWED THIS ITEM ALSO VIEWED

4.6

5 STAR
86%
4 STAR
7%
3 STAR
2 STAR
1 STAR
7%
Verified Purchase

Blouch is the worst company I have ever Dealt with. ( but FYI, Rally Sport Direct is always a 5 star)
Buildinup6 4 months ago
Worst Company I have ever dealt with. I bought a Blouch 16XT Turbo from these guys. When we put the turbo in with other supporting mods everything fit perfectly as stated. We Primed the turbo 3 times before starting the car and everything still was good. My Previous turbo failed on me due to a oil feed line that got clogged so i also bought the blouch oil feed line as well. After installing and prep with a new oil (5w40) we started tuning the car on a dyno. The first two pulls were good but the 3rd I lost power completely. So we looked the car over for anything that popped of and nothing. So back on the dyno and all we could hear was a grinding noise coming from the turbo. We took everything apart to find out the New turbo we just put in and not even been running for more than 30 min, has failed on us. We were running on low boost at 15lbs so no real big numbers yet. We were shocked the turbo went. The Headache part.. After finding out it was the turbo we called up blouch asap since i was out of work while this was happening. Blouch said they couldnt cover warranty until they could see the turbo and see why it failed and that could take 2-3 days. That really stunk to hear but ok we will send it in. We sent it in overnight shipping and it got there the next day. Blouch got back to us and said the reason the turbo failed was from coolant that was in my oil. Yikes right? But we were pretty sure but not 100% positive that this was the issue. But we did an oil change before installing the new turbo so we were pretty sure there wasnt coolant or we would have saw that. Well blouch kept arguing and said well we wont issue warranty because our test shows coolant and told us the next step would be to get my oil analyzed. That also stunk cause that could take up to 2 weeks. I paid more money to get my oil checked out asap because like i said i was out of work and now loaning a car. Oil was checked out by Dyson and the report came back saying NO COOLANT was in my oil and that nothing from my car was the cause of the turbo to fail which meant, Turbo was just defective. It was annoying and a long process since this was about the 3rd week of arguing with Blouch about this topic. We understand that everything made has defects and things fail. But now that we had our proof that my coolant/oil was not the cause that Blouch claimed to find coolant in my oil in the turbo was false and basically a lie. They were trying to have me pay an additional $600 for a rebuild which i was not going to do since i just paid short of $1k for this thing. I sent the official email from dyson to Blouch and they still were not going to issue the warranty after I did EVERYTHING they told me to do. So I argued with the manager Mike, (going on the 4th week) about what was the point of me doing the oil test if you already made up your mind that you weren't going to cover it. Also whats the point of having a warranty if you dont cover anything. They also claimed to have a less than 1% fail rate. If you follow or look up forms theres a voting page that has blouch turbos and it shows 30% people have had the same issue as me. Mike was still not willing to issue the warranty even after our leak down/compression test were almost perfect as it should be with a brand new engine. We've about had it with mike at this point. So I left a message with the secretary to the owner with our issue and i received an email an hour later from mike saying this. We are going to give you warranty, but we don't agree with the attached oil test. We will do a good faith warranty with the understanding if your next turbo fails and looks like this we will not cover it under warranty. We dont believe that the turbo they claim to be mine was actually mine. My tests were done professionally, out of state and not by my shop. We think they were trying to scam us for another 600 bucks. My final numbers were 311awhp on my 2007 WRX. The turbo feels great and no issues. But the process to get here was terrible. Even tho the turbo feels fine. I will never deal with this company again.

Comment
Verified Purchase

Great turbo
dragonjim_1514177 5 months ago
When the vf39 went out I replaced it with this one. Fast response and with my tmic almost no turbo lag. Got 338 whp and 342 ftlb of torque with this little guy. I recommend this turbo.

UntamedSti 3 months ago
What was your build list?
Comment

Blouch TD05H 16GXT
2 years ago
I LOVE IT!! IS CHEAP AND IS FAST! I THINK EVERYONE SHOULD REPLACE THEIR STOCK TURBO WITH THIS ONE! HAVE NOT DYNO IT YET, THE INJECTORS ARE STOCK. BUT THE INTERCOOLER IS A GRIMSPEED STI.
Comment
Verified Purchase

04 wrx 4eat
twrx6450289 2 years ago
spools super fast and made good power out of this small snail. iv had it now for 4 years and no turbo issues even after weekend abuse at the track and rush hour traffic during the week. Mods :: 16gxt 1000cc ID injectors uppipe turboback exhaust 255 fuel pump made 287whp 242wtq on 93 and 322whp 280wtq on E85

Comment
Verified Purchase

Solid
matt.v.lofton84006 3 years ago
I have been running it for over a year and its a great Turbo as others have listed. A little more lag then stock though. Flows very well and holds up to and I assume past redline. Love it and would buy it again. The part was buying it from rally sport direct. It cam with the wrong wastegate and I couldn't run under 20psi which is just too high for my application. Blouch would even return a phone call or email. Rally sport stepped up big time and took care of everything. New wastegate just showed up in the mail. I don't even shop around anymore. I buy from here because of its service and quality parts. High five rally sport. 3 star on install because I had to take a grinder to the turbine housing foot to get it to fit the up pipe correctly.
Comment

  • Q: supporting a hybrid motor?  frank. 1 month ago

    Answer

    i have a 2.5L shortblock with 2.0L heads, ID1000cc, 255 fuel pump, Tial EWG & BOV, and fmic. will this turbo be okay for this setup or is there a better turbo for it? Also plan on doing e85 as well


    • A: It would depend on your power goals, but this turbo would be a good choice for that setup. An 18G or 20G may also be worth considering.


      Marcus E. 1 month ago
  • Q: Supporting non forged ej205?  Tvd250 2 months ago

    Answer

    I have an 02wrx. I am looking into this turbo. I know it requires injectors, tune, fuel pump, exhaust, but does it require forged internals for the ej205 engine? I havent been able to find that info anywhere


    • A: This turbo would be compatible, however, it is not recommended to push more than 300whp on a stock internal 02 WRX.


      Karsten B. 1 month ago
  • Q: Mods  Erocski 4 months ago

    Answer

    05 fxt... What size injectors and fuel pump needed.


    • A: It would depend on the fuel you were running. On pump gas, you'd want something around 750cc-1000cc injectors with a 200-255 LPH fuel pump for this turbo.


      Marcus E. 2 months ago
  • Q: Fitment  subie719 4 months ago

    Answer

    What up pipe flange does this bolt to? It looks like a 3 bolt but most up pipes I see plus the stock one are 4 or 5 bolt or something....


    • A: This will bolt up to the OEM uppipe as well as almost all stock location uppipes.


      Marcus E. 2 months ago
  • Q: Break in period  Sensiman84 5 months ago

    Answer

    Is there any kind of recommended break in period for this turbo? I know new STI's come with a 1000 miles break in before exceeding a certain RPM limit, just curious if the same is true for this turbo or if it needs any type of priming.


    • A: The turbo will need to be primed before install, not doing so can do serious damage to the bearings. According to Blouch, it does not require any other additional break in procedure.


      Marcus E. 3 months ago