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I am really interested in swapping out my s300 for the new 9180 or 8374 efr turbos. The 9180 supposedly moves 94lbs of air and the 8374 does 79 lbs. I was wondering how those compare to my s364. Any info would be great!!
 

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They don't have a flow map on their site of the 364....Just the 362 and 366.

362 looks like 72-73lbs, 366 is close to 80... So I would say 75-76 lbs is an accurate guess of the 364
 

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Thanks man. That's around what i was thinking. Has anyone used these turbo's yet?
 

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Make sure you check out the exhaust side good. Most of them are designed for gassers so they have much larger exhaust housings which would make them fairly laggy on a diesel.

Lots of good technology there though.

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Make sure you check out the exhaust side good. Most of them are designed for gassers so they have much larger exhaust housings which would make them fairly laggy on a diesel.

Lots of good technology there though.

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You can get a .83 ar t-3 with a 74mm turbine on the 9180, it's also a 67mm inducer on the compressor. I just really want to see some real world results.
 

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The thing I see that would makes me worry the most is the Recirculation valve built in...
 

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The recirculating BOV can be taken off and a cover put on that they supply with the turbo.
 
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