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Old 11-29-2009, 11:41 PM   #1
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I have a compressor from an IHI turbo, it's small and I have no idea where it came from. I work occasionally at a junk yard and I find stuff. I also have a T3 turbine that was attached to a manifold that said "ford" on it. I think it may be from a SVO mustang or a thunderbird turbo coupe. The turbine still has the outlet bolted to it and the CHRA, but I have no compressor for this. It spins ok, with very very slight side to side shaft play.
These items are pretty much on here for anybody who has a use for them, all I would ask is you pay for shipping. Pics available on request.
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pictures of the t3 please!
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Will take the t3 if zoomin doesn't (dont you already have 5, how many more do you need )
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Interested in the IHI.

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.48 or .63 AR? and where is the compressor housing?
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Nevermind. I needed a stardard T3 5 bolt outlet.
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.48 or .63 AR? and where is the compressor housing?
Not sure of the AR, it's definately a T3 though. In post #1 I stated that the compressor housing was not found. Like I said, I found this laying in a pickup truck bed bolted to a manifold that had a FORD stamp on it. So I can only assume that it came from a turbo coupe T-bird or an SVO mustang.
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Some t-birds/svos/merkurs also used a ihi turbo. This looks to be one of them. Maybe the compressor is for this turbo after all.
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that is indeed an IHI, the t3 would have 6 bolts holding the chra to the turbine housing.
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This turbo has 4 bolts holding the CHRA to the turbine, but the flange that goes to the manifold is a T3 flange. The water ports are both on the same side, which I found kinda weird as I've never seen that before. I found the compressor in the begining of the summer, and I found the turbine and the CHRA on Sunday. They actually look like they match though, but I can't find the hold down hardware for the compressor, it as you can see, has 6 bolts around the housing. There are numbers stamped on the turbine, but nothing that has A/R after it. I do now believe it is an IHI cause if it was a Garrett, it would have a Garrett stamp on it somewhere. Let me know guys, pay for shipping and it's outta here.
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Turbo Coupes had a IHI RHB5 with a t3-flanged exhaust housing with who knows exhaust side.

Merkurs had a normal garret CHRA t3

SVOs I think were also normal T3s
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what about an ihi vj11 ? i have one in the garage have no clue if it could be used
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Turbo Coupes had a IHI RHB5 with a t3-flanged exhaust housing with who knows exhaust side.
Yeah, the Tbirds have a funny exhaust side, RHB5 CHRA, and a larger (4219) compressor.

This compressor housing doesn't match either Ford Turbo Coupe one I have on hand. They both say "Warner Ishi" above the IHI Turbo casting, and have a rectangular stamp plate sticking out to the right of that, closer to the compressor outlet.

Otherwise I'd be interested. You can't have enough rebuildable backups with a hard to find turbo.
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