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Old 01-07-2009, 03:20 PM   #1
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I was doing the rebuild and broke the nut off of the compressor shaft. So now I have a fucked shaft. Ideas on replacement? I've been searching all over ebay and yahoo and can't seem to find just a shaft for sale. Will the shaft off of a dsm t25 work? Thanks.
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hell there's one for sale in the for sale section right now....
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i just sold it yesterday, sorry.
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gpopshop wanted 135 for a new shaft....that's more than I paid for the turbo
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like i said... bad timing. I sold all the parts to my t25 for $20

search nicoclub.com clasifieds. u can probably find a blown t25 for about 50

either way... u put a different shaft on there and you are probably gunna have to get the turbo balanced.
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can I use the wheel off of a dsm t25?
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ask samnavy about that... iirc the DSM parts wont work.
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but u should be able to use a 300zx or any nissan RB t25. dont quote me on that tho.
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hmmm
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no, the dsm t25 shaft will not work.
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google SR20 forums.

They have loads of those things laying around.
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I have a frozen turbo off a 1990+ 300zx. Not sure if it will work or not, but i can ship it out fairly cheap. pm me if interested.
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