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Old 01-17-2009, 09:37 AM   #1
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Due to a mix up, that I was not involved with, I now have a garret M24 Turbo sitting on my desk. Not one who is really familiar with Garrett turbochargers, I thought I would check here. The compressor side has AR.60 cast into the housing, and the exhaust side has AR.67 cast into it. I have no idea what flanges are on it. IS this thing worth the effort to ship state side? Name:  DSC03552Large.jpg
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Looks like the Chrysler flange.

Otherwise I wouldnt bother with it, its too small.
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Looks like my turbo I sent to begi. My flanges were supposedly from a GM.
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Looks like the Chrysler flange.

Otherwise I wouldnt bother with it, its too small.
Too small? It's larger than a 2560 if memory serves me correctly. Definitely bigger than a "t25g"....
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Too small? It's larger than a 2560 if memory serves me correctly. Definitely bigger than a "t25g"....
2560 is the equivalent to a T25 off an SR20 with a .80 compressor, that's a .60, small as **** and maybe good for right around 200 wheel?
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Oh well, disregard then. Maybe too many fumes going to my head from finding and fixing the exhaust leak on my Jeep this morning.
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What's it from?
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Otherwise I wouldnt bother with it, its too small.

Without knowing anything about it, why would you say that? Mr. T25.


Milton, if I were you, I'd call Garrett and give them the numbers off the serial plate. They can tell you exactly what it is and the size of the wheels. It's not a M24, there are hundreds of housings with m24 imprinted on them, I know mine does.
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Without knowing anything about it, why would you say that? Mr. T25.
Yo, just cause T3 60 sounds cooler, doesnt make it any better then a T25.

Besides, I have a hunch.
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If you look through some old threads you can find the pictures to my turbo which I would bet is similar in flanges to yours
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The best we can figure it is for a chevrolet NPR truck
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The best we can figure it is for a chevrolet NPR truck

then it's more than likely the same turbo Loki has.
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https://www.miataturbo.net/forum/t16346/

My ended up being a GT2871 unfortunately I don't have the pictures anymore and are no longer poser on the board.

You can ask Steph at BEGI to take a picture. She's got it now, they are matching my d/p and manifold to the turbo.
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