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E-Bay Turbo ID?

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by newb, May 1, 2009.

  1. newb

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    So I traded some of my junk parts for a turbo. It needs a new compressor wheel, no biggie. The guy said its got a fresh rebuild kit, and after takin it apart and inspectin it, that appears to be true. The bearings look new at least. Theres no markings on the exhaust housing, and all thats on the intake housing is "M14" and "A/R 0.70" This sound like its off E-bay, or are their housings completely bare?
     
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    Looks just like this one.
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    Damm thats a $400.00 turbo right of ebay.... Trust Me I Bought the kit from ebay for $500.00 and i changed the oil feed lines to some steel braided lines, and bought me a used garrett t4. if u used that ebay turbo just dont over boost. in fact i wouldnt recommend going over 10-12lbs.
     
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    check cxracing.com they sell that turbo of ebay
     
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    Cool, thats all I needed to know thanks a lot.

    Im not gunna run it, Im just gunna flip it on Craigs List. I didnt need the parts I traded, and I dont need this lol.
     
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