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I have this turbo for sale. Never been used or fitted.

My mechanic has one on his RB25 S13 and it spools damn fast!

Asking for £450 - Would prefer collection but can post at cost.










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alright mate,

you got any specs on this? a/r's etc?

am tempted to put it on the civic track car! haha could be good for a laugh!

lag lag lag booooooost bang :D
 

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alright mate,

you got any specs on this? a/r's etc?

am tempted to put it on the civic track car! haha could be good for a laugh!

lag lag lag booooooost bang :D
LOL that would be mad.

I just did a quick google search and it seems quite a few people have had the same idea haha!

Unfortunately im not sure on the a/r's mate, its compared to a GT35 with quicker spool.
 

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well thats interesting as i was looking at a journal bearing version of the GT35 anyway! lol

i am asking around about it but am very tempted i have to admit. does it have the a/r's printed on the exhaust housing of the turbo?
 

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if you look at the ratings on a 6litre diesel yes they are 300hp lol

that one certainly wont be 300hp :)

do you have any way of finding out the inlet size? apparently the holsets are rated in cm/2 on the inlet flow. i know you said 60lbs/min but im not sure how to convert it!

i am finding out what manifold id need to run this turbo to see whether is a wise idea or not!
 

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if you look at the ratings on a 6litre diesel yes they are 300hp lol

that one certainly wont be 300hp :)

do you have any way of finding out the inlet size? apparently the holsets are rated in cm/2 on the inlet flow. i know you said 60lbs/min but im not sure how to convert it!

i am finding out what manifold id need to run this turbo to see whether is a wise idea or not!
I think the inlet size is 3.5"
 
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