5862 vs 6057

dvernst

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Which turbo will spool faster? The 5862 is rated at 640 HP, and the 6057 is rated at 630. Thanks
 
The 6057 would. A Garrett .63 on the 5862 would make it almost the same as the 6057 but the 6057 with a Garrett .63 would be really quick.
 
So would this be a good choice for my goals? This is on a TTA. I have stock heads and cam. I'm aiming for high tens. I currently have a 6152, which spools too slow. Almost 2 seconds to full boost.
 
dvernst said:
So would this be a good choice for my goals? This is on a TTA. I have stock heads and cam. I'm aiming for high tens. I currently have a 6152, which spools too slow. Almost 2 seconds to full boost.

You would be working them hard to run high 10's. The 5857/5858 would suit you best. The cea wheels are better pressure wheels than the cast t04 e wheels like the 60-1. You will be running high pressures to run 10's with stock heads and cam. The 6152 is a mid 10 sec turbo and needs a converter that will go 3000@0 or a Garrett .63 ex housing and it will be ok with 2800@0.
 
bison said:
You would be working them hard to run high 10's. The 5857/5858 would suit you best. The cea wheels are better pressure wheels than the cast t04 e wheels like the 60-1. You will be running high pressures to run 10's with stock heads and cam. The 6152 is a mid 10 sec turbo and needs a converter that will go 3000@0 or a Garrett .63 ex housing and it will be ok with 2800@0.

Is it worth keeping the 6152, and changing to a Garrett housing also can I reach my goal with the 5858? Thanks!
 
The 58 turbine will spool faster. The 6152 needs more converter even with the Garrett .63
 
Which turbo will spool faster? The 5862 is rated at 640 HP, and the 6057 is rated at 630. Thanks
What converter are you running now? If you're running the 6152 on the stock converter it will spool slow. Keeping the 6152 and changing the converter to match it would help you make your goal.
 
Ptc 9.5" non lu. It's about 2800 @ 0. Had a Precision single disc lu before this one. Stalled a little higher. Same slow spool up though.
 
A lot of people have suggested the 6262, but I'm worried I'll have the same problem I do now.
 
Have you verified the stall at 0? Maybe it's lower than 2800. Needs more than that anyways. Make sure you have no exhuast leaks too (cracked headers).
 
Pronto said:
Have you verified the stall at 0? Maybe it's lower than 2800. Needs more than that anyways. Make sure you have no exhuast leaks too (cracked headers).

I had header leaks, and thought that was my problem, but I fixed those last season. I checked my stall using my pl files. So I'm pretty sure it's close to that.
 
Jason, the third video was amazing!
What was the combination?

You treed me!
 
Jason, the third video was amazing!
What was the combination?

You treed me!
It was a 109 .030 over
J&E pistons, Hyd roller cam Ported Irons and Intake
FMIC, Turbo Tweak chip , 93 & Alky
The owner was new to TR's and didn't now it was spooling slow.
 
I would not run a JB 80 exhaust wheel on street 23X.
To do that you would need around 4k stall and enough cam for the motor to spin the RPM to get the converter to couple.
I had a 7076 on my old junk with a Art Carr 4k and it was brutal.
 
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