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Old 02-24-2014, 03:54 AM
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Hi guys,

I have a greddy turbo 1.6 NA

The turbo has completely gone, i sent it to a turbo servicing company and they said its irrepairable, as the housings are scored

Does anyone know where i can pick up another one?

They dont seem to sell them anywhere

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Only place you are gonna find one is on ebay or craigslist. I think the hondas use the same turbo as well so look for a greddy turbo off a civic kit as well. Honestly you should be able to find a turbo in a similar size that will bolt on with minimal complication. You will prob need to move the oil drain and feed a little and maybe adjust the charge piping but nothing too crazy. Post some pics of the turbo so people can help you find what you need.
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Looks very similar in size to a garrett 50 trim The downpipe flange is the same as a skyline turbo I forget the name of it. You should be able to find a turbo to basically bolt on. You may need to have a new downpipe flange welded on. I cant tell from the pictures but measure the mounting flange to see if it is a t3 or t28 and then look at the garrett precision turbonetics small framed turbos there are tons of options out there.
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You should be able to find a turbo to basically bolt on.
there's not a lot of turbos with nissan t25 inlet flanges and mitsubishi td04 outlets...
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Look into the nissan skyline turbos either a take off that is good or a replacement. You can buy a knock off for about $250 or a take off for around $350 if you search. Your best bet would be to have the standard style garrett 5 bolt downpipe flange welded on then your options grow a lot.
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Buy a turbo with T2/T25 inlet, build a new downpipe.
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I agree with the downpipe idea. It will be much easier to find an affordable turbo if you ditch the oddball inlet/outlet combination.

Aside from cost of modifying the downpipe, I can't think of a single negative.
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