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Turbo Technics S280

wetwea33

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I can't explain it any better than this guy - just watch the video and you'll know what the benefits are.
View: https://youtu.be/FrFeaNGDnOk
You do realize that ceramic coating is in place of a turbo blanket and in smaller applications like this is probably more effective and has way less chance of catching fire...

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You do realize that ceramic coating is in place of a turbo blanket and in smaller applications like this is probably more effective and has way less chance of catching fire...

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Where is your data being collected from?

Do you have any resources to show that independent testing was done to verify your claims that it's 'probably more effective'? I've just 'proven' that the turbo blanket works and there are benefits to be had.

IF your turbo blanket catches fire, you've got major issues. And if you're not packing a fire extinguisher in a modified car, well you should be.
 


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Where is your data being collected from?

Do you have any resources to show that independent testing was done to verify your claims that it's 'probably more effective'? I've just 'proven' that the turbo blanket works and there are benefits to be had.

IF your turbo blanket catches fire, you've got major issues. And if you're not packing a fire extinguisher in a modified car, well you should be.
Titanium heat rap is known to catch fire. Who the fuck in their right mind is carrying a fire extinguisher in their full interior street car. I really don't care if one is more effective then the other as it's a street car. Both are valid forms of heat protection.

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Titanium heat rap is known to catch fire. Who the fuck in their right mind is carrying a fire extinguisher in their full interior street car. I really don't care if one is more effective then the other as it's a street car. Both are valid forms of heat protection.

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Smart people will carry a fire extinguisher - I've seen modified Jeeps burn to the ground as the owner didn't have a fire extinguisher to stop a small flame.

Once again, you do you. I've provided you with empirical data which outlines the benefits of the turbo blanket but you haven't come up with anything besides personal anecdotes regarding the comparison to ceramic coating. I did some light searching and wasn't able to find anything substantial.

Once again, if your heat wrap is catching fire, you've either purchased some low quality wrap or you have an oil leak which is not the titanium wraps fault.
 


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Smart people will carry a fire extinguisher - I've seen modified Jeeps burn to the ground as the owner didn't have a fire extinguisher to stop a small flame.

Once again, you do you. I've provided you with empirical data which outlines the benefits of the turbo blanket but you haven't come up with anything besides personal anecdotes regarding the comparison to ceramic coating. I did some light searching and wasn't able to find anything substantial.

Once again, if your heat wrap is catching fire, you've either purchased some low quality wrap or you have an oil leak which is not the titanium wraps fault.
And you do you dude you can carry a fire extinguisher and use a turbo blanket on a stock housing turbo on a FIESTA lol.

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Smart people will carry a fire extinguisher - I've seen modified Jeeps burn to the ground as the owner didn't have a fire extinguisher to stop a small flame.

Once again, you do you. I've provided you with empirical data which outlines the benefits of the turbo blanket but you haven't come up with anything besides personal anecdotes regarding the comparison to ceramic coating. I did some light searching and wasn't able to find anything substantial.

Once again, if your heat wrap is catching fire, you've either purchased some low quality wrap or you have an oil leak which is not the titanium wraps fault.
Your also not trying to educate people. Ur just shoving ur naravtive down peoples throats. Saying things like "you need this if ur doing this" and "a smart person would..." arent you educating ur just being a cuck.

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And you do you dude you can carry a fire extinguisher and use a turbo blanket on a stock housing turbo on a FIESTA lol.

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Right?? Who wants to stop their car from burning down?? That's just stupid! Think of the instagram photos you could have taken!!!


Your also not trying to educate people. Ur just shoving ur naravtive down peoples throats. Saying things like "you need this if ur doing this" and "a smart person would..." arent you educating ur just being a cuck.

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Using insults like 'cuck' really shows your intellect - head back to the donald for some of your echo chamber fun. Enjoy your car, hope it doesn't burn down.
 


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okok, the real quesiton is. What Turbo Blanket company sponsors you? just wondering
Ha! None sir / madame.

I just watch videos, think about the potential integration of the information I learned in to my personal projects. This one looked like a no brainer (and as you can clearly read, I've never mentioned a particular manufacturer).

Back to the turbo at hand, can this thread be changed to a poll? I'd like to see the number of units that are currently in circulation.
 


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Vdyno showed 304/340 on 93, for whatever vdyno is worth. Finished 93 pulls considerably harder than the RT330 did though, and that turbo was a blast up to the surge point, JDG can confirm that. If this one performs well on aux/meth, after 6 turbo swaps I’m done.
 


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Vdyno showed 304/340 on 93, for whatever vdyno is worth. Finished 93 pulls considerably harder than the RT330 did though, and that turbo was a blast up to the surge point, JDG can confirm that. If this one performs well on aux/meth, after 6 turbo swaps I’m done.
and spool, where is boost peaking? before the GTX number or what?
 


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Before the atp kit, on par with the gen 2 dhm kit, but with less low end torque. That laptop is currently with my wife on a flight to Isreal, but I’ll post some overlays when she returns.
 


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Less low end torque then the dmh gen 2? That seems odd.

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Not if you ever drove a gen 2 dhm kitted car. The guy who has my kit now made it less than a week before he destroyed his trans.
Thats awesome lol I actually think i know who your talking about. I want a DMH kit with a tial 52 but they are $$$. The s280 seem like a great compromise. Hopefully it can make the power on aux and ethanol.
 


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