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Old 05-12-2019, 06:33 PM
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Thanks for the help in advance, let me know if there is any more information you need that I can provide to help the process.


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Did you even try to google the numbers on that plate? The first result on google has the info about it.
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I did but I kept finding a lot of mixed information the more I looked and started getting a tad confused on what it really was.
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Pictures of the whole turbo would help
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I suspect it's a t25 off of an rb20. Similar to a sr20 t25 however it has a cast turbine wheel that explodes above a certain pressure. That PSI they explode at depends on who you ask. Generally above 14-15psi/1bar.
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I suspect it's a t25 off of an rb20. Similar to a sr20 t25 however it has a cast turbine wheel that explodes above a certain pressure. That PSI they explode at depends on who you ask. Generally above 14-15psi/1bar.

If you google the numbers it tells you this is NOT a T25. It appears to be a GT2560R from a S14/15.
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Ball bearing 2560 from a s15. I have one on my car currently.
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466541-1 is a Garrett part number, google that and it will tell you what the turbo is.
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Tried that, lots of mixed results sadly.

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466541-1 is a Garrett part number, google that and it will tell you what the turbo is.

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I did but I kept finding a lot of mixed information the more I looked and started getting a tad confused on what it really was.
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When I type that number into Google, every single result shows a reference to a Garrett GT2560R.
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You're getting confused because of the possible housing options and compatibility listings. It's a GT2560R, though.
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Dude, its a gt2560r out of an s14 silvia.

I had the same turbo with the same numbers.
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