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Tomioka Racing TR GTX3076R Turbo w/ Billet Wheel
Subaru Models (inc. 2002-2007 WRX / 2004+ STI)
Features & Product Details
RallySport Direct now carries a great selection of turbochargers along with a great variety of performance modifications brought to you by Tomioka Racing.
Here, you are looking at the Tomioka Racing TR GTX3076R turbocharger. This turbocharger allows for exceptionally crisp and strong throttle response paired with faster spooling. it features a lighter billet compressor wheel that is lighter than other turbocharger wheels to promote better airflow.
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The TR GTX3076R was a complete surprise performing far beyond my expectations making 511hp and 516 lb/ft Torque. This turbo is a stock location, stock inlet, stock exhaust flange meaning you can still use your current turbo inlet, up pipe, down pipe, and intercooler. So if you already upgraded any of those parts already they still work with this turbo. It made 511hp on E70 at 4200 feet elevation on a mustang dyno with a top mount intercooler on big ol' 29" BFG Mud terrain tires. On lower powered subies people have seen as much as 15hp-20hp loss by running the big tires. At sea level, on true E85, with an FMIC and normal tires, I have little doubt this turbo could make over 550 wheel horsepower. It made 386hp and 373TQ on 91 octane pump gas (no water or meth injection) with the same limitations but also on a high 9.8:1 compression engine. Again if at sea level, on smaller tires and lower compression it would have made well over 400 to the ground.