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Old 02-01-2010, 03:29 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Junkyard turbochargers

I copy/pasted this info from the d-series.org website, which in fact they also borrowed it from another one. I find it useful for those that cannot afford a chinachargers and are on the ultimate turbo budget.

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AUDI-Europe 200 88 2.2L KKK K26

AUDI-Europe 200 88-91 2.2L KKK K24

AUDI-Europe 200 Quattro 91 2.2L KKK K24

AUDI-Europe 5000 80-88 2.2L KKK K26

AUDI-Europe 5000 Diesel 2.0L 88 KKK K24

AUDI-Europe 5000 Quattro 82-88 2.2L KKK K26

AUDI-Europe S4 Quattro 92-94 2.2L KKK K24

AUDI-Europe S4 Biturbo/tt-180 99 2.7L/1.8L KKK K03

AUDI-Europe TT-225hp 99 1.8L KKK K04

AUDI A3, A4, A6, Cabriolet 1.8L,/1.9L diesel GAR GT-15



BMW 324TD/524TD 83-86 GAR TB0324

BMW 745I 84-86 KKK K27



BUICK GNX 87 3.8L GAR TB0348

BUICK Monte Carlo/Regal 78-83 3.8L carbed GAR TB0348

BUICK Riviera 80-85 3.8L GAR TB0308

BUICK Grand National/T-Type 86-87 3.8L (Intercooled) GAR TB0348 (TA4

BUICK Trans Am 89 3.8L GAR TB0348 (water)

BUICK Century 78 3.8L GAR TB0301

BUICK Century 79 3.8L GAR TB0304

BUICK Century 80 3.8L GAR TB0308



CHEVY Sprint 1.0L IHI RHB31

CHEVY Spectrum 85-90 1.5L IHI RHB521



CHRYSLER Conquest, Intercooled 87 2.6L MHI TD05

CHRYSLER Laser (Auto) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD04

CHRYSLER Laser (Manual) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD05H

CHRYSLER LeBaron 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H

CHRYSLER LeBaron 88 2.5L MHI TE04H

CHRYSLER New Yorker 88 2.5L MHI TE04H

CHRYSLER New Yorker 84-87 2.2L GAR TB0335

CHRYSLER PT Cruiser Turbo 20012009 TD04LR-15GK-6cm

CHRYSLER Town & Country 88 2.2L MHI TE04H

CHRYSLER Town & Country 84-87 2.2L GAR TB0335

CHRYSLER Charger/Shelby 87-90 2.2L GAR TB03 (water)

CHRYSLER Shelby CSX-Daytona/Baron GTC/Shadow ES 89-90 2.2L GAR TB03 VNT (variable nozzle)



DODGE 600 88 2.5L MHI TE04H

DODGE 600 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335

DODGE Aries 88 2.2L MHI TE04H

DODGE Caravan 89-90 2.5L MHI TE04H

DODGE Conquest (Intercooled) 87 2.6L MHI TD05

DODGE Daytona 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H

DODGE Daytona Shelby 88 2.2L MHI TE04H

DODGE Daytona Shelby 84-87 2.2L GAR TB0335

DODGE Lancer 89 2.5L MHI TE04H

DODGE Lancer 88 2.5L MHI TE04H

DODGE Lancer 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335

DODGE Omni 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335

DODGE Shadow 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H

DODGE Shadow 88 2.5L MHI TE04H

DODGE Shadow 87 2.2L GAR TB0335

DODGE Spirit 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H



EAGLE Talon (Manual) 90-94 2.0L MHI TD05H (45 trim)

EAGLE Talon (Auto) 90-95 2.0L MHI TD04
EAGLE Talon (Manual) 95-98 2.0L MHI T25 (45 trim)



FORD Mustang GT 85-86 2.3L GAR TB0344

FORD Mustang GT/T-bird 83-84 GAR (AiR) TB0344

FORD Probe GT 88-92 2.2L IHI RHB52W

FORD T-Bird 85-86 2.3L (auto) GAR (AiR) TB0344 (45 trim oil only)

FORD T-Bird 85-86 2.3L (Manual) GAR (AiR) TB03 60 trim (watercooled)

FORD T-Bird 87-88 (water) IHI RHB52

FORD Fiesta 90+ 1.6L GAR T2

FORD Escort 84-86 IHI RHB5



ISUZU MPR Truck 88-92 IHI RHB6-A



MAZDA 626, MX6 88-92 2.2L IHI RHB52W

MAZDA 323 GTX turbo 88-89 1.6L IHI RHB52W (water)

MAZDA RX-7 Turbo 89-92 fc3s

MAZDA RX-7 Turbo 93-95 T04Z


NISSAN/DATSUN 280zxt 1981-83 Garrett AiResearch TB03


MERCEDES 300D, SDT, TD 78-84 3.0L GAR TA0301

MERCEDES 300SDL 78-83 3.0L GAR TA0301

MERCEDES 300SDL (Calif.) 86-87 3.0L GAR TB0359



MERCURY Capri 85-86 2.3L GAR TB0344

MERCURY Cougar 85-86 2.3L GAR TB0344

MERKUR XR4Ti 85-88 2.3L GAR TB0344



MITSUBISHI Eclipse (Auto) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD04

MITSUBISHI Eclipse (Manual) 90-94 2.2L MHI TD05H

MITSUBISHI Eclipse (Manual) 95-98 2.0L MHI T25 (45 trim)

MITSUBISHI Galant (Auto) 88-94 2.2L MHI TD04

MITSUBISHI Galant (Manual) 88-94 2.2L MHI TD05H

MITSUBISHI Starion (Intercooled) 85-87 2.6L MHI TD05

MITSUBISHI 3000GT VR4 - 2x MHI TD04H


NISSAN 300ZX Turbo Nissan T25


PLYMOUTH Acclaim 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H

PLYMOUTH Caravelle 88 2.5L MHI TE04H

PLYMOUTH Caravelle 85-87 2.2L GAR TB0335

PLYMOUTH Conquest, Intercooled 85-89 2.6L MHI TD05

PLYMOUTH Laser (Auto) 89-94 2.0L MHI TD04

PLYMOUTH Laser (Manual) 89-94 2.0L MHI TD05H

PLYMOUTH Sundance 89-92 2.5L MHI TE04H

PLYMOUTH Sundance 88 2.5L MHI TE04H

PLYMOUTH Sundance 87 2.2L GAR TB0335

PLYMOUTH Voyager 89-90 2.5L MHI TE04H



PONTIAC Sunbird GT 88-90 2.0L GAR T2

PONTIAC Sunbird GT 84-86 1.8L GAR T2

PONTIAC Grand Prix 89-90 3.1L GAR T25 (water)



SAAB 9000 (16V Intercooled) 87-88 2.0L GAR TB0356

SAAB 900 (16V Intercooled) 87 2.0L GAR TB0339 (Oilcld)

SAAB 900 (16V Intercooled) 84-86 2.0L GAR TB0339 (Oilcld)

SAAB 9000 (16V Intercooled) 85-86 2.0L GAR TB0343

SAAB 900 (8V, APC) 82-84 2.0L GAR TB0321



TOYOTA Supra 86.5-92 (7MGTE) CT-26A

TOYOTA Supra 93-97 (Twin Turbo) CT-12x2

TOYOTA MR2 90-99 CT-26B



VOLVO 200 82-84 2.3L GAR TB0313

VOLVO 740 89-93 2.3L MIT TD04H

VOLVO 740 87-89 2.3L MIT TD05

VOLVO 760 89-93 2.3L MIT TD04H

VOLVO 760 87-89 2.3L MIT TD05

VOLVO 780 85-87 2.3L GAR TB0363

VOLVO 780 90 2.3L MIT TD04H

VOLVO 780 87-89 2.3L MIT TD05

VOLVO 940 91-93 2.3L MIT TD04H

VOLVO 200 Watercooled Upgrade 82-84 2.3L GAR TB0368

VOLVO 740 (Oil Cooled) 83-85 2.3L GAR TB0326

VOLVO 740 (Watercooled) 85-87 2.3L GAR TB0363

VOLVO 760 (Oil Cooled) 83-86 2.3L GAR TB0326

VOLVO 760 (Watercooled) 85-87 2.3L GAR TB0363

VW Passat, 97+ (oil) 1.8L GAR GT15

GAR=Garrett=AiResearch, MHI=Mitsubishi Heavy industries, MIT=Mitsubishi

And another webpage I found (copy/paste), taken from d-series.org

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Mitsubishi OEM Turbo Specifications


Flow Rates @ 15psi:
TDO4-9B-6CM2 265 CFM
TDO5-12A-8CM2 320 CFM
TDO4-13G-5CM2 360 CFM
TEO4-13C-6CM2 360 CFM
TDO4L-13G-6CM2 360 CFM
TDO4L-15C-8.5CM2 390 CFM
TDO5H-14B-6CM2 405 CFM
TDO5H-14G-8CM2 465 CFM
TDO5H-16G-7CM2 505 CFM
TDO5H-16G-10CM2 505 CFM
TDO6-17C-8CM2 550 CFM
TDO6H-20G-14CM2 650 CFM
TDO7S-25G-17CM2 850 CFM
TFO8L-30V-18CM2 1200 CFM

Max Output:
TD05-14B (stock 1st gen) 275-300hp @ 21 psi
TD05-16G (small) 345-365hp @ 22 psi
TD06-16G (large) 365-385hp @ 22 psi
TD06-20G 430-450hp @ 22 psi
T25 (stock 2nd gen) 235-250hp @ ?? psi
T3 (super 60)/T2.5 hybrid 265-280hp @ ?? psi
T3 (super 60)/T2.8 hybrid 270-320hp @ ?? psi

Evolution 1
Turbo = TDO5H16G-7
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 7
Exhaust turbine = Inconel (steel alloy)
Compressor = Aluminium, 60mm wide

Evolution 2
Turbo = TDO5H16G-7
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 7
Turbine = Inconel (steel alloy)
Compressor = Aluminium, 60mm wide


Evolution 3
Turbo = TD05H16G6-7
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 7
Turbine = Inconel (steel alloy)
Compressor = Aluminium, 68mm wide


Evolution 4
Turbo = TD05HR-16G6-9T
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 9
Turbine = Inconel (steel alloy)
Compressor = Aluminium, 68mm wide


Evolution 5
Turbo = TD05HR-16G6-10.5T (GSR)
TD05HRA-16G6-10.5T (RS)
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 10.5
Turbine = Inconel (steel alloy), Titanium alloy (RS)
Compressor = Aluminium, 68mm wide


Evolution 6
Turbo = TD05HR-16G6-10.5T (GSR)
TD05HRA-16G6-10.5T (RS/rs2)
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 10.5
Turbine = GSR - Inconel (steel alloy), Titanium alloy (RS/RS2)
Compressor = Aluminium, 68mm wide


Evolution 6 : Tommi Makinen Edition
Turbo = TD05RA-15GK2-10.5T (GSR)
TD05HRA-16G6-10.5T (RS/rs2)
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 10.5
Turbine = Titanium alloy for both RS/RS2/GSR!
Compressor = Aluminium, 65mm (gsr) - 68mm(rs) wide


Evolution 7
Turbo = TD05HR-16G6-9.8T (GSR)
TD05HRA-16G6-9.8T (RS/RS2)
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 9.8
Turbine = GSR - Inconel (steel alloy), RS/Rs2=Titanium alloy
Compressor = Aluminium, 68mm wide


Evolution 7 GTA
Turbo = TD05-15GK2-9.0T
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 9.0
Turbine = Inconel (steel alloy)
Compressor = Aluminium, 65mm wide


Evolution 8
Turbo = TD05HR-16G6-9.8T (GSR / USDM)
TD05HRA-16G6-9.8T (RS/RS2 & NZDM) or 6MT:TD05HRA-16G6-10.5T (model unknown)
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 9.8
Turbine = USDM EVO 8 & JDM GSR =Inconel (steel alloy),
RS=Titanium alloy.
Compressor = Aluminium, 68mm wide

Evolution MR aka "8.5"
GSR = TD05HR-16G6-10.5T or TD05HRA-16G6-10.5T (Ti Alloy option)
RS = 6MT:TD05HRA-16G6-10.5T or 5MT:TD05HRA-16G6-9.8T
Nozzle Area (cm2) = 10.5 or 9.8(RS-5speed)
Compressor = Aluminium, 68mm wide


Evolution 9
USDM & JDM = TD05HRA-16G6C-10.5T
Turbine: GSR / GT = Inconel alloy, RS = Titanium alloy
Compressor: GSR / GT = Aluminium, RS = Magnesium Alloy
(??) mm wide (to be verified.)

Nozzle Area (cm2) = 10.5 (note: to be confirmed that RS 5MT has 10.5)

RS E9 turbo part number 1515A059 (approx cost 250,000 yen from Mitsi Japan). *Warning* There are reports of RS magnesium compressor wheel failing if boosted above stock boost.

More Evo 9 Turbo info:
... * New more efficient & larger Compressor preventing compressor surge
... * Better pump gas efficiency
... * Turbine Nozzle Area (cm2) = Large 10.5 Hotside (single flapper)
... * Improve actuator design

from d-series.org, forums.nasioc.com, evolutionm.net
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Didn't feel like reading, thanks.
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you forgot about diesel truck turbos
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Thanks for the list.
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Interesting.
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you forgot about diesel truck turbos
Werd. If I could do it all over again I would have skipped the t25 i had then skipped the GT2871 and went straight for my Holset
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You'll never find almost any of these.
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You'll never find almost any of these.
All depends on where you look. There are 2 stock Evo IX turbos (one ported) and 1 Evo 8 with a broken stud on the downpipe side (going for a steal at $150) that are currently listed on evolutionm.net
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I watch for Tbird IHIs on eBay like a hawk.

Only decent turbo in the world that bolts up to my mani, or turbine housing really.
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You'll never find almost any of these.
I know what you mean, it all depends...

One time I scored on a junkyard a Supra turbo (old version) with front mount intercooler, turbo manifold, injectors, the whole kit for $75.00. Next thing posted on EBAY and sold it for $600.00.

Have also found RX-7 Turbo II turbines, those you just change the turbine housing to .48 or .63, a machine shop ports the hot compressor housing and ready to go.

Many times I show up to see torn apart Conquest, Supras, Eclipses, it seems as if I am always a few days behind when visiting the junkyard.
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Default Buick Grand National turbo TB0348

Question - Came across a good deal on a TB0348 turbo. Searched this site but couldn't find too much on info on a manifold for a 1.8 with with 3-bolt turbine flange. Does or can anyone make this manifold or would it be better to sell it & buy a T3/T4?
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Best thread necro. I appreciate your use of the search function. It will likely be much easier and better to sell the turbo and buy another one. It is almost never a good idea to build a whole setup around an odd turbo that you got for a steal.
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1986-89 GM, Buick Grand National TB0348 Turbo 466748-0004

So, It is a turbo off a grand national? I would say you could probably get some money out of it from those folks.

If you want to go through the trouble of custom fabricating a manifold to accommodate that turbo just to tell everyone you have a grand national turbo, sure. But you have a turbo designed in the 80's for a car that displaces double what yours does. Given the fact you could get a new churbo on ebay for $200 that would out perform that and use existing available hardware.

Right now, you have a relatively large T3/T4 good for about 350whp. After you spent the $500 on a custom manifold, $300-400 on a custom down pipe, and whatever charge piping you need on an only oil cooled turbo, you will have someone with a MKturbo kit running circles around you for less money. I could run the turbo, as my engine would handle it, and I still wouldn't for several reasons. Namely, I think my $165 2871 churbo would probably work better and wouldn't require any fabrication.

I would sell the turbo, then get whatever hotside parts you want to run, then purchase the best turbo your budget allows based on the hotside parts you chose if you want to piece things together.
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Think about turbo technology from Ronald Reagan's first term as president. Then think about it being from a 3.8 liter and you are going to try to spin it with less than half that. Think about how old tech turbos were known for their lag. And think about spending the money to custom build a manifold to fit a turbo that sucks. Then think about spending the money to custom build a downpipe for a turbo that sucks.

I've got a pile of bullshit turbos only marginally better than the one you've got if you want one. I'll send them to you for the price of shipping. But you don't want them.
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Think about turbo technology from Ronald Reagan's first term as president. Then think about it being from a 3.8 liter and you are going to try to spin it with less than half that. Think about how old tech turbos were known for their lag. And think about spending the money to custom build a manifold to fit a turbo that sucks. Then think about spending the money to custom build a downpipe for a turbo that sucks.

I've got a pile of bullshit turbos only marginally better than the one you've got if you want one. I'll send them to you for the price of shipping. But you don't want them.
Can't say I didn't warn him in his intro post.

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Welcome. Look and research what building a 300whp miata takes. It is far from "budget." 250whp would be possible with a budget build, but anything more than that starts requiring cracking the engine open. You may be fine with 250whp, as that is a legitimately fast miata. I can't tell you how many SRT-4s I smoked on stock internals.

Do: Lots of reading of build threads, dynos, and stickies.

Don't: Post some shitty turbo off some 70's euro turd you bought and tell us how your budget turbo system will be based around it. We will e-thug you back to Mogadishu .
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Thanks the info, I'll pass them to the grand national folks - I was told they worth was more than I paid. Just trying to see if I could use something I already had versus purchasing whole kit.
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you bought an old piece of junk

the first rule of MT is: you never, ever, buy some random turbo and build a kit around it. not only is it dumb, but ends up being expensive too
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I've had them a little while - it was before I bought my miata.
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Well that makes it even easier to sell/discard
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