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T25 CHRA, is this correct?

Old 04-05-2008, 09:11 PM
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Check this out. I have a T25, and I was wondering if all T25 CHRA's are the same? I found this one on e-bay which is a Garrett factory remanufactured part, and the dude said he'd take my offer, but I have to be sure it fits, cause it's sold as is.
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Not all things are the same and that is a crazy price for a rebuilt piece. You can get a rebuild kit for around $60 shipped i believe. What's wrong with the current turbo?
You will have to cross reference your turbo with that part number. Pretty much all T25 parts are swappable though as long as you don't get into trying to swap GT parts in for standard ones.
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It really all depends on the wheel size. Your .80/64 SR20det T25 compressor/turbine housings won't fit over the .48/.49 wheels of a DSM T25 even if they were the same millimeter size.

That particular CHRA was OEM on a mid 80's 2.0 Pontiac.
A google search revealed it's a .48/.49 but I could not find the wheel sizes.

And that price is absurd.
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