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    • Pure Turbos develops Infiniti Q50/Q60 VR30DDTT billet hybrid turbo upgrade

      Pure Turbos just continues to expand their offerings with quality and well priced upgrades. Their latest hybrid platform is the Infiniti Q50 and Q60 VR30DDTT motor. This platform is becoming increasingly popular.


      So what is Pure getting out of it? Well, no numbers are posted yet. They just have announced that they will have this hybrid available for the VR30DDTT soon.

      Definitely worth looking into for Infiniti enthusiasts looking for an affordable and quality turbo upgrade.

      Dyno results coming soon:

      Quote Originally Posted by Pure Turbos
      All New PURE Q50/60 Upgrade Turbos. Larger PURE Spec Billet Compressor Wheel & Turbine Wheel. This is a full upgrade!!!

      This article was originally published in forum thread: Pure Turbos develops Infiniti Q50/Q60 VR30DDTT billet hybrid turbo upgrade started by Sticky View original post
      Comments 7 Comments
      1. subaru335i's Avatar
        subaru335i -
        I thought these turbos were built into the head? They look like a normal turbo to me. not even as bad as the "turbofold"
        in the N54.
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        subaru335i -
        Scratch that I had misunderstood before. The exhaust manifold and I guess catalytic converter is built into the head. The turbo has a relatively normal flange like an old turbo used to. This is better in a way (easier to upgrade) than the turbofold type system used in N54 and other modern turbo cars. But also will be harder to switch to big single turbo or grow much past the restrictive factory integrated manifolds.

        We probably wont ever see 900whp Q50/Q60s but they will be easier and cheaper to get stock frame upgrades than the N54.
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        subaru335i -
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      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Everyone is going to the manifold in the cylinder head style design.
      1. BLKROKT's Avatar
        BLKROKT -
        I’ve been renting Q60’s from Hertz for the past year when I’m on business trips. I’m driving one in LA this week. Really like them. Steering feel is a little numb and they’re heavy, but the engine is surprisingly responsive and I think the car looks pretty good and is a nice place to sit with the leather dash etc. If you could squeeze some more power out of it, I’d consider one for my daily...
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        quattr0 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BLKROKT Click here to enlarge
        I’ve been renting Q60’s from Hertz for the past year when I’m on business trips. I’m driving one in LA this week. Really like them. Steering feel is a little numb and they’re heavy, but the engine is surprisingly responsive and I think the car looks pretty good and is a nice place to sit with the leather dash etc. If you could squeeze some more power out of it, I’d consider one for my daily...
        Especially one could pick 2015-16 in the 26k range!!! I was tempting as well for my next DD but the steering feel kinda killed it for me.
      1. maxnix's Avatar
        maxnix -
        Make sure not to get the disconnected drive by wire steering. Still heavy, though. And that 7AT is so turn of the century. Is there a 6MT still available.?