Garrett GT3582R (GT35R) Turbocharger 640hp

Garrett GT3582R (GT35R) Turbocharger 640hp

This is the GT35R you have heard about, capable of over 600whp!



Our price: $1399.95

Item NumberGAR GT35R-
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HP Rating: 640hp

* Ball bearing turbocharger
* Oil & Water-cooled bearing system
* High Performance BCI-18 Compressor and UHP Turbine
* Perfect for high-horsepower, smaller displacement engines at elevated boost levels
* T3 turbine inlet flange and 4-bolt turbine outlet flange
* Turbine housing is cast from high-nickel "Ni-Resist" material for extreme applications

Compressor Specs:

Wheel Inducer Diameter: 61.4mm
Wheel Exducer Diameter: 82.0mm
Trim: 56
A/R: 0.70

Turbine Specs:

Wheel Diameter: 68.0mm
Trim: 84
A/R: 0.63, 0.82, 1.06
Type: Free Float



Garrett GT3582R GT35R Turbocharger 640hp is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice size great looking and garrett performance!!! I purchsed this for my 87 mustang with a 2.3 svo motor. I had an another brand of turbocharger installed but the performance was just fine. I finally bite the bullet and purchased the gt35 turbo from garrett. It was so much smoother response and much more quiet.
Date published: 2014-07-10

Hi i have a 2010 Acura TL 6 mt 3.7L SH_AWD would this turbo work on my car? i was just reading it was put on the 3.5L Honda Odyssey. If it do fit do you guys have the kit that i need and how much does it cost. thank you

Asked by: coolieboy
This is a universal turbo, please contact a MAP sales rep with vehicle specific questions.
Answered by: mdunn
Date published: 2013-06-06

Genuine Garrett? The price seems low for a genuine Garrett gt3582r.

Asked by: jakestur2000
This is a genuine Garrett turbo!
Answered by: mdunn
Date published: 2013-12-16

I am working on my 13' Subaru STi. I was just curious if this is a good application for approx. 500whp and if should switch from the stock block and go more towards a racing long or short block. Thank you.

Asked by: NickZeil0811
500whp in a 2013 Subaru STi is not safe for the stock short-block. Typically, ringland failure can occure over 300whp, followed by rod failure over 450whp. For your goal power level, you'll want to invest in a stage 2 or 3 block. MAP offers shortblock services on these platforms, so please contact a MAP sales rep for any further questions regarding short block builds. There are many other supporting components that will be required to make that horsepower, such as fuel and drivetrain. Please contact a MAP sales rep so we can help you make the right decisions to help you attain those power levels!
Answered by: MAPTech
Date published: 2014-05-05
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