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Old 11-22-2009, 11:15 AM   #1
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i am selling my Turbo and my BOV. i dont know the mileage on either of these items. purchased them about a month ago with the intent of putting together a turbo system but plans have changed. the turbo is in great shape but only comes with what is on it in the picture(it came like that when i bought it). the turbo does not have any shaft play.

the bov is a Tial but does not have the flange. again only comes with what is in the picture.

i believe the turbo is from a nissan since it has a flange for a hotpipe on the inlet housing. so im guessing its a T25

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AR .60 Turbo-$150 shipped



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I have that BOV and with an 11psi spring and 1/4" vac line I'm happy.

OK, back to e-thugging.
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whats e-thugging??
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hahahahahahah GLWS that's a great bov wish i could get it....

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obviously sine i only have 24 posts. either explain or keep this ish out of my for sale thread.
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sorry if i came off rude just dont know the lingo around here at all.
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obviously sine i only have 24 posts. either explain or keep this ish out of my for sale thread.
I will never be nice to you again on this forum. I went out of my way to compliment your stuffs based upon personal experience/triumph and you return the favor with an ultimatum? This is why you'll die a virgin.

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sorry if i came off rude just dont know the lingo around here at all.
then don't jack your own thread. Now, back to the sale or I'm going to lock this thread up and ban the next person who pisses me off.
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hustler please do not take my last post directed at you as it was not. i was merely asking you what e-thugging was and the last comment was directed at p51hellfire. so please dont take it towards you. i thank you for your comment and recognized it as that. again i was talking to p51hellfire. sorry!!!
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hustler please do not take my last post directed at you as it was not. i was merely asking you what e-thugging was and the last comment was directed at p51hellfire. so please dont take it towards you. i thank you for your comment and recognized it as that. again i was talking to p51hellfire. sorry!!!
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Silicone Intakes used to sell an inexpensive stainless tee fitting that worked with the Tial similar to this:
T-pipe
I have one for the Tial on my car, nice piece for the price. I do not see it on their web site any more but I'll bet someone sells them still.
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Thanks. hopefully its sells quick. thanks
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hustler please do not take my last post directed at you as it was not. i was merely asking you what e-thugging was and the last comment was directed at p51hellfire. so please dont take it towards you. i thank you for your comment and recognized it as that. again i was talking to p51hellfire. sorry!!!
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Welcome man. definitely want to stay in good relations with everyone on this forum.
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Looking at your pics, I don't think that's a T25. If it is, it's not anything like the SR20DET T25 I have... maybe a T28?

Good luck with the sale... if I wasn't looking for a recirc'd bypass rather than a BOV I'd jump on that Tial.
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Looking at your pics, I don't think that's a T25. If it is, it's not anything like the SR20DET T25 I have... maybe a T28?

Good luck with the sale... if I wasn't looking for a recirc'd bypass rather than a BOV I'd jump on that Tial.
cool thanks for the heads up. ya i have a friend with a sr and he said it looked like a t25 or t28. any sure way to tell? thanks for all the positive comments guys.
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Looking at your pics, I don't think that's a T25. If it is, it's not anything like the SR20DET T25 I have... maybe a T28?

Good luck with the sale... if I wasn't looking for a recirc'd bypass rather than a BOV I'd jump on that Tial.
I have a sard bov, hooked up for recirc. If you buy this, I'll trade you and I'll give u alil on top...??
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If its a T25 that fits a T2 flange, I know some one looking for one so he can put it on his greddy manifold.
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That turbine housing looks way to big to be t25. It look like a t3 ford style to me but its hard to tell with out knowing some dimensions. What are the specs on the turbine? Can you make out an A/R or casting #? I'm definitely interested in possibly purchasing.
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ya i can get that stuff when i get home for ya. at work right now but will update post in a couple hours. thanks
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To help the seller. That is a "ford" style t3 with either a .48 or .63 turbine housing and .60 compressor housing, price is a bit high but it is a good turbo. Do you have the actuator and flapper housing? Oil drain?

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