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