If I were you I wouldnt bother in swapping turbos unless its really worth it (and a 14g isnt) Its not easy removing the turbo and I can assume you would have to modify the lines to make it fit into the 14G. Not really worth it in my opinion!
Supra and MR2 CT26's are very different. There has yet to be an MR2 CT26 that puts out anything close to 400whp (unless of course you count the CT26/35r). The newest breakthrough of the CT26 would be ATS's CT27... which finally passed the 300whp mark. It isn't very likely that there will ever be a 400whp CT26 available for the MR2. If there ever is I doubt it will be the cheapest or most efficient way to hit 400whp.albertmdh said:ct-26 is great for upto 400hp, why bother?
The Supra's CT26 outside of it's twin turbo configuration actually produces less power than the MR2 CT26.CompanyFlow said:Well I dont really want to spend all sorts of money on a new turbo, so Im loking at what I already have or can get fairly cheap. Would I be able to use the Supra's ct-26?
I didn't mean to imply that you're being cheap; just wanted to caution you to make sure that what looks like an inexpensive solution actually is.CompanyFlow said:Im not being cheap, I just dont see a reason in paying for what I can get for cheaper or free.
CompanyFlow said:Im not being cheap, I just dont see a reason in paying for what I can get for cheaper or free.
It depends on which version of the 14G he's looking at and what his build and plan are like. The BIG 14G is a larger turbo than the CT26.heritage36 said:Dude, definitely keep with the CT26. I have been exposed to both, especially the 14B as I have a first gen talon too, and the 14B is a good reliable turbo, but I know people who have messed them up trying boost around 20psi or more. The CT26 definitely has more potential and from what I hear are good turbos, probably as good as almost anything at the time from the factory. That change would totally not be worth it