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    Quote Originally Posted by Goingnowherefast View Post
    AKA, it looks like both the X47 and C39 put down pretty comparable numbers (keep in mind different cars, conditions, fuels etc.)
    Comparable numbers on very different fuels...


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    Quote Originally Posted by masonsturbos View Post
    Comparable numbers on very different fuels...


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    I wouldn't call 91 and 93 very different fuels. My cars 0-60 dropped by a tenth going from 93 to 91 and gaining a mile in elevation.


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    Considering it's California 91 vs 93- I had a very noticeable difference in power between 91 and 93 here in Missouri...
    your 0-60 test is very ironic. I should do that!


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    Each turbo X-37 C-39 and X-47 will have its merits, as will each tuners boost control and the limits each tuner wishes to push the car to.

    What ignition does Adam vs DHM run for instance ? these are the secrets these pulls cant show you

    just enjoy the spool and daily driving ability of the hybrid. make your choice run with it and the tuner you feel suits you.

    For the best power the most important thing we find is that you have to maximize the intake / exhaust breathing capability and the air charge temp / flow if peak numbers are to be the real goal.

    Big intercoolers are brilliant for flow and cooling but do create a small element of lag as do some over sized boost pipework.
    Select the correct cooler and flow combo for you and your climate.

    Texas - boy you need some cooling, go big
    Alaska - keep it small and compact and you will have the spool, of your life


    we see boost much earlier than ISH's car here in the UK although we do start pulling from much lower on the road.
    my first claims about spool and boost are totally correct for the UK boys

    Next batch of X-47 are 10 days away .. all sold out at Panda and Pumaspeed of the first 12

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    Does the C39 have the same whistling that the X37/47 has?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonHaven View Post
    Does the C39 have the same whistling that the X37/47 has?
    Yes it does but is not as loud

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    It does have the whistle. I agree with Pumaspeed. Look at the numbers and reviews from owners and see what suits you. Crazy haggling over a few hp here and a few lbs there. I think they both can be great options. I just happen to have the C39 due to ease of getting it and dhm being 10 minutes away.

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    Definitely agree, both look awesome to me :)

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    x37-47 / 2554-60 / C39 / ST280 - Small Turbo Comparison Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by bigmanlittlecar View Post
    It does have the whistle. I agree with Pumaspeed. Look at the numbers and reviews from owners and see what suits you. Crazy haggling over a few hp here and a few lbs there. I think they both can be great options. I just happen to have the C39 due to ease of getting it and dhm being 10 minutes away.

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    Yeah good thing DHM isn't anywhere near me, id be driving around with a built engine 100% . The man knows what he's doing and does it with ease. I highly recommend people seeing it on the tshirt drivings yt channel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WeTheNorth View Post
    Yeah good thing DHM isn't anywhere near me, id be driving around with a built engine 100% . The man knows what's he's doing with ease and you can see it in the tshirt drivings yt channel.


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    Thanks for the shout out on my YouTube channel :) I am a fan of all the hybrid turbos. I especially can't wait to be driving around with the x47 paired with the built engine. When my car is up and running you can expect another video review of the new turbo and my impressions of it.
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