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Old 08-23-2012, 06:02 PM   #1
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Default CXMotorsports t28 chinacharger 150 shipped

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I bought this only to relize the down pipe is a t3 i think not the normal t25 I have. So it back for sale for 50 dollars less and including shipping.
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Interested......Paypal ready. It would be shipped to 63385. Still not enough to PM (all I need to do is buy more stuff). Thanks.
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Downpipe isn't T3, it's it's own unique little ch..ch..ch...churbo thing that you have to fab up a downpipe for. I learned this the hard way when I bought mine.

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Downpipe isn't T3, it's it's own unique little ch..ch..ch...churbo thing that you have to fab up a downpipe for. I learned this the hard way when I bought mine.

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So can we get a pic of the turbine outlet side with a ruler showing the fastener spacing. I know my begi chinacharger has a t25 flange but the entire fastener pattern is "clocked" a little so my t25 downpipe flange doesn't quite match the outlet without slotting the holes in the downpipe flange.

I'm most interested in the distance between the two closest fastener holes.
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So can we get a pic of the turbine outlet side with a ruler showing the fastener spacing. I know my begi chinacharger has a t25 flange but the entire fastener pattern is "clocked" a little so my t25 downpipe flange doesn't quite match the outlet without slotting the holes in the downpipe flange.

I'm most interested in the distance between the two closest fastener holes.
Check Curly's thread on this topic, it's informative as it features Artech giving his commentary on what is wrong with the CXracing flanges.
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Here's Art's input on the turbo:

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I did get the turbo today, and it's definitely not a Garrett flange. Take a look:

Garrett flange over the flange that came with the turbo



This turbo's flange, on top



So they did supply a flange, but it's a non separated flange. AFAIK no one makes a separated/divorced flange for this turbo, so the only DP I can make with the supplied flange will be a single exhaust pipe like this:



Also, the flange is a 1/2" solid cast piece. There is no cavity on the back side, so the WG flapper will be limited to just a few degrees of range. About this far open:





This along with a smaller than Garrett WG hole, I think, will lead to boost creep.

CXracing:



Garrett



So what do you think? Do you still want to use this turbo?
I don't want to clutter the OP's FS thread too much, but some clarification was needed on the dp flange.

The included flange looks like it could be easily modified for a seperated gas dp. and with a little porting the wastegate could be improved and this would be a great churbo option. I still love that wastegate mounting solution.
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Sorry 90 Turbo but it looks like my interested has waned, you can blame Curly and blaen99. Still might be good give a pic with some dimensions.
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Yeah I agree it will be for diy guy because you will have to mock up a down pipe.
All the pics are the same as the ones in the original link.
I have the flange.
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I'm interested, Turbo is brand new right? does it come with oil/water fittings? Do you know what psi the wastegate actuator is?
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Just realized my questions were answered in the other thread you linked. Not really interested anymore, Free bump for you!
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