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Old 08-23-2007, 01:10 PM   #1
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I am looking for a T3 turbo that is in good working condition and has not ever been "rebuilt" by an amateur.

I am looking for a T3 60-trim, Super-60 or possibly a T3 50-trim. I will also consider T3/T04E hybrids like a 57-trim, "45-trim", 40-trim or maybe 46-trim.

It must have the 5-bolt internal gate style turbine housing.
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I have a nice T3 off a Volvo, oil and water cooled, like new, not rebuilt, no shaft play, spins freely. PM me if interested.
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zoom2zoom if that's not big enough for jwarriner I might be interested.
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I actually have access to a few others as well.
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zoom2zoom if that's not big enough for jwarriner I might be interested.
It's all yours, man. In further researching I've decided that a 60-trim or bigger is what I want.
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Whats your price range? I can offer you a new Garrett with warrenty in a few different trims and turbine combos.
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Whats your price range? I can offer you a new Garrett with warrenty in a few different trims and turbine combos.
I don't have a price range really, it just depends what I am buying. If it's an SVO turbo with a million miles then probably like $100 but I've been looking at the ATP site for new stuff as well.

Ideally I want something that'll flow 20-30lbs at a 2.0 pressure ratio. Which a lot of wheels will do. My only concerns are on the wastegate and DP. If I bought from ATP, I was looking at the 60-trim T3, 3" V-band adaptor/swing valve thingy, 7psi actuator and the low profile 3" modular downpipe with built in flex. That'd set me back more than some used junk, obviously, but I think it'd be worth it. On the other hand if I can get a good condition 60-trim off an OEM application that has a cast swing valve housing for $150 then that's worth it too.
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