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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-26-2018, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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2018 Mazda 6 turbo

wanted to ask if anyone has any info on what turbo make/model our 2018 Mazda 6s use?up to what HP/psi could the turbo handle?
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Following. I'm curious how the Dynamic Pressure Turbo system will respond to modifications.




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never got a response the car does react good to mods in term of power but I am having issues with the engine getting hot.
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Interesting, Savagegeese mentioned a "hot" engine bay in his review, not sure if it was alluding to a hotter running engine. He was reviewing a stock car, so of stock was "hot" then it stands to reason that an increase in power may cause heat issues.

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Interesting, Savagegeese mentioned a "hot" engine bay in his review, not sure if it was alluding to a hotter running engine. He was reviewing a stock car, so of stock was "hot" then it stands to reason that an increase in power may cause heat issues.
when normal driving here in Vegas heat engine stays at 210F but when i start WOT a few runs I have gotten it about 230F and get display message "engine out put limited" but luckily it quickly cools back down to 210F once i let off the throttle,What would you guys say could help with these issue?Upgraded Radiator,Intercooler,different coolant?
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I was looking at the 16+ CX-9 forums since they basically have the same turbo motor that's in our cars, and one guy just replaced his exhaust with a free flowing aftermarket one. He hooked up his obd scan tool with the engine running before and after the modification to measure any differences. It apparently recorded cooler engine exhaust temperatures after installing the exhaust. So that's maybe one thing you can look at doing.
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when normal driving here in Vegas heat engine stays at 210F but when i start WOT a few runs I have gotten it about 230F and get display message "engine out put limited" but luckily it quickly cools back down to 210F once i let off the throttle,What would you guys say could help with these issue?Upgraded Radiator,Intercooler,different coolant?
Is this stock?

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@ocramida just 3" catback spits 2.5" and have tried it stock tune and with 2 different tunes that im working with at the moment
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I am not a tuning expert but I do own a tuned SHO.
When tuned, the thermostat is usually replaced with one that runs 10 to 20 F colder. When you buy a tuning kit it usually comes with the pressure map sensor, thermostat and new gaped spark plugs (and the tuner).
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@ocramida just 3" catback spits 2.5" and have tried it stock tune and with 2 different tunes that im working with at the moment
Did you feel any increase in power with the new exhaust on the stock tune when it's running at normal temps?
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