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Old 09-03-2006, 07:23 PM   #1
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I'm selling my t28 in favour of a t3. This turbo hasn't seen any time on my car sadly but its in awesome shape, zero shaft play, overall excellent condtion. Mxv (Ari) can vouche for it as hes seen it in person. I'm looking either to trade it so a t3 in good shape or sell it and buy a t3. I'm asking 280(ca)obo, shipping to the states should only be about 40-50 bux but that can be worked out later. Thanks,


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Is this the gt28r?
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the turbo is in mint condition no lie, i thought it was a brand new turbo
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Is this the gt28r?
Nope its just a T-28, not a GT.
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hey dude yours looks just like the 300zx turbo's or somthing. with the four bolt turbine and all.
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hey dude yours looks just like the 300zx turbo's or somthing. with the four bolt turbine and all.
**** I have like a zillion topics about this thing right now and I keep forgetting to add something to each of them lol, yes I was t9old by the fella I bought it off of that it was off a 300zx.
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I thought the 300ZX TT had T25 turbos.
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86-88 single T?
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it uses a t25 turbine inlet flange and has a compressor outlet from an sr20 so it still shares some of the t25 things
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Naw. Wait, maybe. The 300ZX dudes call them T22s, but that's a little weird. People usually call them T25s because its easier to classify, I guess it's a T25 T2 "Hybrid." T25 Compressor, T2 Turbine.


Stock TB02/22
T2
1.57"/40mm
2.02"/51mm
TB22
304

max
T22

69
1.53"/38.9mm
1.85"/47mm
T25

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I think the single turbo 84-88 300ZX uses a T3 Air Research turbo.

Any T25/28 turbos use a T2 turbine, pretty much, right? Unless you make some sort of T2-compressor/T3-turbine housing hybrid.
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This is the same turbo I have--including 4 bolt turbine flange. It's a small T25, excellent spool, almost supercharger like. Great DD...

FWIW I paid ~the same for mine, was worth every penny

I have a extra T3 .42/.48, but I haven't gotten around to rebuilding yet...
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This is the same turbo I have--including 4 bolt turbine flange. It's a small T25, excellent spool, almost supercharger like. Great DD...

FWIW I paid ~the same for mine, was worth every penny

I have a extra T3 .42/.48, but I haven't gotten around to rebuilding yet...
Thanks for the info, bump
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im interested do you have any thing else?
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Dude are you serious? Look at the date of this thread.
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Haha actually it is for sale again now that I have my gt2871.

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so yeah.... how much for it again?
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