FP Turbos

Rtezza

Member
Hi Guys,

I am looking to replace my current turbo and I have been recommended FPs. However I am split in choosing green vs red vs black.

Good street drive with good torque power is my priority as opposed to high end horse power. I plan to keep the engine as far as I can with the possible upgrade of cams sometime down the road.

Current mods -

Walbro 255 fuel pump
680cc injectors
Fuel rail
ETS full intercooler kit
full 3'' exhaust, downpipe

The rest are otherwise stock.

Any help on building a good street evo setup? :alien:

Much thanks in advance!!
 

Rtezza

Member
much thanks hairytofu!

any recommendations of the cams please?

please pardon me for posting this over discussed topic [esp in evom] as i am being exposed to very mixed opinions. i have also spoken to 3 workshops and each recommended a different fp. [sorry for my improper capping, my both my shift keys suddenly died].

some say dun waste time with the green, the red gives potential upside with minimal sacrifice of low end spool. and some go on to comment that if i get the red, might as well just go for the black. hence, i am uncertain, esp when all are selling at usd2,350

[http://store.forcedperformance.net/merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=FP&Category_Code=Lancer-Turbo]
anyone carrrys the fp turbos here in sg?

btw i am running on reflashed ecu.


many thanks guys!
 

HairyTofu

Member
Yes. With the mods you have in your car green would be the right set up for your car. I wouldn't say the rest of the turbo isn't good. I'm currently on FP black. Unless you're willing to spend alittle more on your supporting mods for the black then u should go for fp black.

As for green, I personally would prefer cosworth 272s. I am not sure with the fuel injector you're currently using would max out the duty cycle. I would go for 880cc injector.
 

DextAa

Well-Known Member
Unless u plan to build ur block.... Otherwise stick to green.... U can't fully maximize the potential of the black on stock blk....

Cosworth / kelford / TOMEI all are great sugarcane camssss... :lol:
 

Rtezza

Member
thanks so much guys!

yes, i do not intend to go on heavy mods. but curiously, how much yes the 'little' more to spend [hahaha] and what are the min mods to support the fp black?

currently, im running on a br20g turbo. but i was told by a workshop that there is slight shaft play. to keep my options open, are there any good on-shore turbo repairs houses to recommend?

thanks!
 

HairyTofu

Member
Bigger throttle body, methanol injection, bigger intake manifold, bigger exh manifold. Twin plate clutch. Mix and match. Not every thing big is a good thing.
 

natas

Well-Known Member
Rtezza said:
i have ported my stock exhaust manifold. i'll probably port my intake manifold as well?

Bro,
you should consider a CBRD turbo, really good turbo :) Get a reflash and enjoy the car

Its good for the street and you can also have a fun time in the tracks :)
 

mike1304k

Well-Known Member
Bro, I am on a green and street driving is spirited without lag. On the track, it gives u enough power that u will have fun and also in a drag, it kicks in fast enough that you can feel the oomph.... Try the green with a stage 2 cams and a good tune and u will be a very happy person.
 

Evil44

New Member
Yes, I heard from my workshop as well.

Might be a good choice to consider then since its similar to FP Green.

Thanks bro
 

dvp

Moderator
Evil44 said:
Yes, I heard from my workshop as well.

Might be a good choice to consider then since its similar to FP Green.

Thanks bro

Only thing i dislike is dealing with them. U'll have to call them directly at night & speak to Robert. They only take bank wire transfer which is a hassle.
Don't bother sending emails, it take ages to respond. Call directly (itz stated on their site :D )
 

Slammed

New Member
dvp said:
Evil44 said:
Anyone can advise on MHI TF06-18K?

About the same as a fp green
One evo X alrdy fitted
Sgd2350 landed

Hi guys,

Does anybody knows what is the P/n for the TF06-18K? Apparently these are not MHI pn as the MHI will come in 10 digits. I am checking with a distributor in Singapore but they need to know the original MHI part no. Any help would be nice. Thanks.

there seems to be another MHI-owens developed turbo as well. TF06-07*18KX3RC-12T.
 

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