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Old 11-30-2008, 02:12 PM   #1
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Thumbs up '*NEW*' T3 Super60. .60/.48. Polished Compressor, Function 7

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One NEW (Garret factory rebuild/new). Garret tagged.
T3 Super 60 with .60AR SVO style POLISHED compressor housing and .48AR turbine housing.
Pay the asking price and I'll include a brand new Function 7 billet aluminum feed fitting and drain fitting, both AN threaded ready. With new gaskets also included.

There is 0 shaft play of any sorts... never used on a car. When I say NEW... I mean it.
I took a bunch of pictures... going to post them all so you can see everything.

Using links for the rest as the pictures are quite large and I'd prefer to not kill browsers.
http://i295.photobucket.com/albums/mm133/s...le/IMG_0510.jpg
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Asking $450. Will take offers, but anything below 450 will not receive the Function 7 fittings. They retail for $21 and $18 +shipping from Function7 in their Ebay store.
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is there an inlet and outlet adapter for the compressor?
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Old 11-30-2008, 02:26 PM   #3
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I don't have them. They can be gotten on any used market from the ford SVO for the cheap route. Or ATP has billet pieces you can buy also.
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Is it an S60 or just a 60 trim t3? Have supporting paperwork?
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Old 11-30-2008, 06:19 PM   #5
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I have no paperwork. I guess I could remove housings to provide measurements. I did get it from a trustworthy M.net person, Neogenesis...
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just measure the inducer, you could probably do it without taking off the housing.
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And make that a .60 trim. Oops.

Roughly 46.2mm inducer and 60.2mm exducer.

So its off by ~2mm on the inducer

Trim Inducer Exducer
.45 1.595" 2.367"
.55 1.760" 2.367"
.60 1.830" 2.367"
Super 60 1.90" 2.367"

And an old quote from a fairly well known board member...
"In the real world the T-Bird T3 flows as well as the S60 for the most part, mainly due to the same size exducer and A/R housing for the compressor. It's a pretty trivial difference.

MarkP"
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the difference is trivial.
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Old 11-30-2008, 09:09 PM   #9
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the difference is trivial.
Yah, but the buyer should get exactly what they are expecting .

Someone will get a fun turbo perfect for our sized motors (smaller hotside with nicely sized coldside) and ~300whp.
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are you looking for any parts to trade?
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Pretty. I'd buy it if I hadn't already bought a bigger T3.
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Old 11-30-2008, 10:59 PM   #12
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are you looking for any parts to trade?
I'd consider trades... but I'm not looking for much atm.

set of 6 500+ cc injectors... ideally High Impedence.
15x8 or wider... 4x114.3/4x100 wheels/tires... wide tires, not stretched
buddy club seat + rails for a 240sx...

Mainly cash is nice though... trying to get monies together to get the miotta into widebody mode...

Oh and being like 15minutes away, you are welcome to come take a look at it. And enjoy the 0 shaftplay new polished goodness :0
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I may come look at it just because I like shiny things!
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SVO turbos are fairly plentiful, I hope you get your asking price though.
They are? I usually have issues finding them.. and then they are falling apart... in fact... can't find any on Ebay... or on mustangsvo at all right now.

How often do you usually find Factory reman/new ones?

Used ones are usually 2-300... This one is brand new with a Garrett build... not some random rebuild shop job, polished and with AN billet fittings.. all this adds to the overall value here.

If more people express an issue with the price, as I am reading into your posts Zoom.. I'll consider offers. From my experience with turbo prices/costs... there isn't anything wrong with the price though.
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lets all get together and look at the shiningness! i just polished my t3 but i would love to own a new one but cash is tight and i dont have any parts you want doe!
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lets all get together and look at the shiningness! i just polished my t3 but i would love to own a new one but cash is tight and i dont have any parts you want doe!
Can pm me with possible trades... who knows... maybe its something I haven't thought of.
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It was in your e-tone
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Ah fug it.

Up and taking offers. I have no use for it, too small for the motor/power goal I was thinking of using for.

Someone has to want a new turbo.

Lowballs invite probable ridicule.
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Would you sell just the CHRA? Save me the trouble of sending mine out.
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