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52MM (550hp .55 a/r) 59MM (650hp) , 62MM (750hp) and 64MM BEP Batmowheel turbos in stock!
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Pretty cool!

This is the kind of stuff that is making new turbochargers perform better and better than old turbos of the same size.
 

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I did a little googling and found this:
Bulleye Power BatMoWheel

Id like to see a compressor map comparison between this and one of their normal billet wheels.
lol 804rwhp with the gt42 @27-28psi vs 941rwp with S374 @30psi

yeah it's only 2-3psi difference but if you're comparing wouldn't you keep the boost the same?
 

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but it made about 140 more hp on 2 psi. Granted, not a very good comparison, but still, dam
 

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Yah, objectively you would need a lot of runs on the same car with the only difference being the wheel. Same compressor housing , same boost, and tuned for the same AFR (assuming it would be running speed density and is needed).
Then, compare torque , spool, and IAT.
 

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Nice looking turbos but bloopbitybop-ghostdad are they expensive!
 

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lol 804rwhp with the gt42 @27-28psi vs 941rwp with S374 @30psi

yeah it's only 2-3psi difference but if you're comparing wouldn't you keep the boost the same?
They are also comparing a wheel that is 2MM smaller there. A smaller wheel making nearly 140 more whp at 2-3 more psi is more than substantial.
 

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Batmowheel looks great. Jet turbines have been making their entry turbine blades like this for a while now. More surface area on the leading edge grabs more air.
 

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Here is a 66MM Batmowheel next to a 72MM Bisi/Hurricane Turbonetics

A good sample of wheel design next to a standard cast wheel
 
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