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Old 06-29-2008, 09:45 AM
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Where do I get a brand new replacement CHRA for my SR20 T25? Do they make a CHRA that is BB for this application?
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Call them up tomorrow. They have just about every turbo around if they don't have it they can get it. They might only have a rebuilt CHRA with warranty for you. They priced a T3 50 trim for me as a reman at 275 and a new one at 325 I think.
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Do you just want the cast iron shell, or do you need your current turbo rebuilt? Just about any JB T25 CHRA is the same as any other. If you just need the shell cause you've stripped some threads, buy the GPOPSHOP rebuild kit, and swap over wheels/shaft onto just about any JB T25 CHRA. A DSM T25 and SR20det T25 use the exact same CHRA. You can get a blown one for about $20 from any of the dozen DSM forums.
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