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Old 01-18-2010, 08:40 PM   #1
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Holset HX40 Super HX40 specs

Is there a link to all the specs and sizes for a HX40? (inducer and exhaust diameter, and housing sizes) Also what is a Super HX40?
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Old 01-19-2010, 08:12 AM   #2
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Is there a link to all the specs and sizes for a HX40? (inducer and exhaust diameter, and housing sizes) Also what is a Super HX40?
all i can see on the super-40 is a higher boost capacity and wider map width an high speed balanced roter system an 130,000rpm max rotor speed. ill work on getting inducer size an xducer size when i get a call back the part no# is 4027888
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Old 01-19-2010, 08:18 AM   #3
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I Picked Up What Is Sopost To Be A "super Hx40" I Havnt Taked It Abart To Mesure It, All I Know Is It Has A 16cm Waste Gated Exhaust Housing, And A 4" Downpipe.
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Old 01-19-2010, 08:30 AM   #4
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does it have the part no# 4027888
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The Super40 has a 10 blade turbine, it has either a 6 or 7 blade 60mm compressor wheel, it also comes with a 16cm waste gated t-housing. Any other turbine or compressor combination is just an HX40 or HX40W depending on the t-housing.
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Old 01-19-2010, 09:30 AM   #6
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the 60mm inducer HX40 is the biggest inducer offered, and considered to be the best HX40 available so I bet a "super" HX40 is just a stock 60mm inducer.
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Old 01-19-2010, 11:13 AM   #7
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Dont chop the throttle. 40's dont like that.
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Dont chop the throttle. 40's dont like that.
not at all you will have to slowly let out of the throttle when you accelerate hard or the shaft will go shnnn-aaapppp and then you can tell us how good your naturally aspriated diesel runs
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just put a blow-off valve on it
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Old 01-19-2010, 02:23 PM   #10
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the 60mm inducer HX40 is the biggest inducer offered, and considered to be the best HX40 available so I bet a "super" HX40 is just a stock 60mm inducer.
The Super40 does have a "stock" 60mm comp wheel but what makes it a Super40 is the turbine side. Holset manufactures a special high flow turbine wheel that they put only in the Super40. No other HX40 uses this turbine wheel, no other than a 60mm compressor wheel is available in a Super40, all Super40s come with a 16cm w/g housing. The 60mm comp wheel is the biggest comp wheel that Holset makes for the HX40.
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Old 01-19-2010, 02:52 PM   #11
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The Super40 does have a "stock" 60mm comp wheel but what makes it a Super40 is the turbine side. Holset manufactures a special high flow turbine wheel that they put only in the Super40. No other HX40 uses this turbine wheel, no other than a 60mm compressor wheel is available in a Super40, all Super40s come with a 16cm w/g housing. The 60mm comp wheel is the biggest comp wheel that Holset makes for the HX40.
Didn't know they had 2 different turbines available... I wonder if the 60mm HX40 I used to have was a super40, it sure ran damn good, lol
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I believe a HX40 is 60/58/16, while the Super 40 is 60/60/16, but I'm not 100% on that.
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I want to say that the Super 40 had the 7 blade wheel and it was more efficient at higher pressure ratios.
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Thanks for all the help and advice, Ill try to get it measured and check the blade count. Im almost positive its a 7 and 10 blade.
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the super 60 i have sitting in the shop is a 60/60/16 and has a 7 blade compressor wheel. comparing to my 62/65/12....well there is no comparason the super 40 is as laggy as hx55. and the 62 lights like a stocker
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the super 60 i have sitting in the shop is a 60/60/16 and has a 7 blade compressor wheel. comparing to my 62/65/12....well there is no comparason the super 40 is as laggy as hx55. and the 62 lights like a stocker
The difference is in the turbine housings...put a 12cm turbine housing on the 40 and hold on.
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My hx40 with an 16cm exhaust housing spooled ridiculously fast... That's with a HRVP, 60hp injectors and whatever wiretap box you choose, I tried em all, lol. I always wonder why some people claim HX40s are laggy... They need more fuel I guess, lol.
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All HX40's have a 65mm turbine wheel. I had a 58/65/16 HX40. I think I would have liked it much better if it was a 60/65/16 because it spooled ok, and ran good up top, but the HE351cw I have now runs cooler and spools faster. I have heard the Super HX40's are pretty darn good though.

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My hx40 with an 16cm exhaust housing spooled ridiculously fast... That's with a HRVP, 60hp injectors and whatever wiretap box you choose, I tried em all, lol. I always wonder why some people claim HX40s are laggy... They need more fuel I guess, lol.
I wish i was that lucky. And fuel, i got the fuel. Its the air i need. I have a HRVP, 7 x.018s, 4500 rpm redline box, fass150, and i can not get it to spool on the track. It works great on the street but not pulling a sled.
 
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I wish i was that lucky. And fuel, i got the fuel. Its the air i need. I have a HRVP, 7 x.018s, 4500 rpm redline box, fass150, and i can not get it to spool on the track. It works great on the street but not pulling a sled.
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