Some useful infos
I didn't know that you can reclock the turbo housing.
But I'm still not 100% convinced that VNT22 can match VNT17 in spool...
BTW I read that V is for VNT, L is for water cooling...
almost like the stock one with the right remap <- you must read it like "ALMOST"
yes, V is for VNT and L for Water cooling, just a small typing error.
Read futher down.
mine is 1.4 bars @ 2000 rpm ,1.6 @ 3000 ,2 @ 4000 rpm and then droping to 1.5 @ 5000 .EGT 850 C @ 5000 rpm <--------- gt2260v from well knowen tuner on tdiclub, the turbo will support more bost, but 1.4bar at 2000rpm is more then stock.
more info :
A Guide To Deciphering Garrett’s New “GT” Model Numbers
The model number uses a minimum of six and a maximum of ten characters in the following format: GTXaabbcccc
The first two positions are always
Position “X” is used to indicate a revision to an original “GT” series turbocharger.
The original GT turbocharger will never use position “X”, only in revisions thereafter.
Position “aa” designate the turbine size and bearing system.
“GTaa” is referred to as the “Base Model Number”.
Position “bb” designate the compressor wheel diameter in millimeters. Compressor wheels with diameters larger than 100 millimeters only the last two digits will be used.
Positions “cccc” may be used to designate special features of a particular turbocharger.
Not all four positions are required to be used. Some of these designators are as follows:
“D” Dual Passage Bypass (Wastegate)
“F” Carbon Seal (Compressor Side)
“G” Compressor Recirculation Valve
“L” Water Cooled Center Housing
“N” Ported Shroud Compressor
“R” Ball Bearing
“S” Single Passage Bypass (Wastegate)
“V” Muti Vane Variable Geometry Turbine
“W” Water Cooled Turbine Housing
Note: Some Dual Ball Bearing and Variable Nozzle Turbine (VNT)
Turbochargers and CHRAs do not rigorously comply with this guide.