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Old 06-03-2015, 06:22 AM   #1
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Default Shaft got bent. What to go with now.

My old school turbo gave up the ghost. 6 psi for under a year, near 15 psi for 6 months.

Airesearch T3, I think 50 trim if I mathed it right. ( blades are a little out of spec to be measured now. ) Turbine housing was marked. .48 a/r.

Trying to find something similar, maybe a little bigger so I can run less psi, trying to stay around 250whp tops, still stock motor and trans.
Need to stay EWG, T3 inlet, 5 bolt outlet. ( Artech axial highmount, 3" dp, and homemade 3" exhaust. )

Having trouble finding any ebay turbos with low trim or a/r. And I have no idea which sellers are good.
This is cheap enough that I might just try it out, just to get the car back on the road quick.
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