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Old 07-09-2012, 06:43 PM   #1
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Tried to search DSM + T25, etc but can't get a good hit. 2nd gen Eagle Talon Garrett T25 turbo. From what I was able to find, better spool than 1g DSM turbo. IIRC, the flange is different, correct? Any issues with this turbo? Similar to SR20 T25? This will be for the SAABata so no more than 200-220 WHP. Flange isn't an issue as I will be making the manifold and DP myself. Locally available for $30 with little to no shaft play so I was interested in it.
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From what I understand the only thing in common with the Garrett/Nissan "T25" is the name. Its a different flange and its extremely small.
If I recall correctly it was on the automatic turbo eclipse, hence the tiny-ness.

T25 flange on top, DSM T25 flange on bottom
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