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Old 09-16-2021, 05:57 AM   #1
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NEW Garrett GBC22-300/350: Ultra-high response S15 turbo killer?

Every now and then I jump on the garrettmotion website to check out turbine housing options and such for their latest models. Looks like they just came out with an interesting lineup of very small turbochargers with the latest aero, but journal bearing center sections and ductile iron housings. The two that particularly caught my eye were the GBC22-300 and 350, very small rotor groups capable of 300 and 350hp respectively. These seem like the perfect unit for someone looking for something like an S15 turbo, but with better response and higher output. Looks like retail is around $900 too, so really a bargain all around!

https://www.garrettmotion.com/racing...ine-gbc22-350/

https://www.atpturbo.com/mm5/merchan...egory_Code=GBC

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Old 09-16-2021, 06:52 AM   #2
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sweet. Thanks for digging that up
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Old 09-16-2021, 07:30 AM   #3
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Looks like a def 280rwhp maybe 300rwhp so spot on for s15 turbo with an edge

not bad but I'll never go back XD
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Old 09-16-2021, 07:59 AM   #4
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Looks like a def 280rwhp maybe 300rwhp so spot on for s15 turbo with an edge

not bad but I'll never go back XD
Hahaha, the turbine flows another ~1.5lb/min of air over the 2560 too!
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Old 09-16-2021, 03:44 PM   #5
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Oh man, one of these would be sweet for a low power seat time drift car or street car. If I weren't trying to purchase a house I'd snag one for my S13!

Have a VG30DE laying around for my Z32 as well, a pair of the 300hp rated ones would surely make for an interesting TT setup! All of the twins capable of this power will run you well past $2500, but these make a compelling option for under $2k and probably outperform the competition in every aspect!

Oh man, they are oil cooled too which could clean things up on most simple setups! Not that two coolant lines on an SR cause much headache, but the engines that originally don't have a coolant feed/return it is a huge plus.
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this would be killer for a stock block sr20 with MHG, cams, 740cc injectors, etc
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Old 09-17-2021, 05:51 AM   #7
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d clean things up on most simple setups! Not that two coolant lines on an SR cause much headache, but the engines that originally don't have a coolant feed/return it is a huge plus.
Yeah for sure! Makes me think about a super simple KA-T setup in a seat time car!

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this would be killer for a stock block sr20 with MHG, cams, 740cc injectors, etc
Right? The only thing that would need to be checked is if the compressor housing can be clocked correctly to clear the stock manifold with the wastegate actuator where it is. I don't think it would be an issue with aftermarket manifolds.
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I've been searching for a .64 a/r 2871 for a little now and have pretty much only been set on older period-correct turbos but the performance, SR compatibility, and price have peaked my interest in this piece.
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Yeah for sure! Makes me think about a super simple KA-T setup in a seat time car!



Right? The only thing that would need to be checked is if the compressor housing can be clocked correctly to clear the stock manifold with the wastegate actuator where it is. I don't think it would be an issue with aftermarket manifolds.
Nah, just run the charge pipe into the frame rail. Get yourself a pop-tune and some other assorted bits off amazon, and you're all set.
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Anyone get one of these yet? Recently blew my T28 on my silvia and this is looking like a really compelling option. May have to jump on one to try out and see how it does
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I've been searching for a .64 a/r 2871 for a little now and have pretty much only been set on older period-correct turbos but the performance, SR compatibility, and price have peaked my interest in this piece.
They're actually on sale/clearance. Going to pm you.
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