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Old 09-08-2016, 12:30 PM   #1
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I have as pictured, a pile of SR 20 turbo parts. There is a complete SR20 turbo (should be rebuilt just for piece of mind. A turbine outlet, 2 compressors, 2 CHRA's with turbine wheels and shafts. The CHRA that's pictured that's assembled has a trashed compressor wheel. I have 2 wastegate actuators, and a spare one that has the bracket cut off (I think I used a piece of that for a different actuator). I also have some random pieces from a G pop shop rebuild kit, and a T3 and T25 turbo to manifold gasket (which I used to determine junkyard turbo sizes).
I played around with these super dependable and reliable power making turbos for years, but it's time to clean my garage.
I actually modified one of these (they use a 56mm compressor wheel) to accept a 60mm compressor wheel (makes it a journal bearing 2560). I also used to cut off the triangular looking compressor outlet flange, and grind it down to be round to accept slip on couplings. Parts for these turbo's are found very commonly, and for reference, I made 225whp/209wtq on about 13psi on a high mileage stock 99 block.
$300 gets all this stuff shipped to your door if your live in US.
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How much for a compressor housing shipped?
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$50?
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How much for the complete SR20 turbo?
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It doesn't have a waste gate actuator attached to it, but I could include one. I really wasn't looking to separate these parts, so I'm gonna say $225 shipped?
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So just for clarification, the complete SR20 turbo is unmodified, correct? If so, I'll take all of it. Once I see your reply I will PM you.
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In the last picture there is two metal pieces that look like halves of a circle? Those are actually the turbine clamps to CHRA for that turbo. The compressor also has no snap ring in it. However, it takes about 25 seconds to put all those pieces back on the turbo to make it a complete turbo.
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Ok, as long as there is a complete unmodified working SR20 turbo that can be assembled from these parts I'll take the lot. PM incoming.
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Surely...everything is there and then some. If you had another compressor wheel, you could build 2 complete turbos.
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Awesome, thanks. PM sent
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SOLD!!!
why can't I find the "mark it sold" icon?!?
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SOLD!!!
why can't I find the "mark it sold" icon?!?
It was removed a while ago with something stupid IB dev's did. I will close the thread. Glad it got sold. I really could not justify it right now, and I already have like 1.5 SR20 t25's.
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