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Old 11-01-2015, 06:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bought this turbo and idk what is that ( 350$ with mini ram)??
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Old 11-01-2015, 08:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks like a fairly large Grand National turbo (WG & inlet flanges), probably a 60-1 t3/t4. I'm not really sure what is common. You'd have to measure the small diameters of both wheels to get an accurate idea.
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INTAKE - 60/65


45/54 the smallest
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Are you listing the biggest and smallest diameters of both wheels, or a possible range for the smallest for both wheels? You need to be w/in 1mm otherwise you just narrow it down to 2-4 types. Help me help you - explain your measurements.

If the intake wheel was 60mm/small and 75mm/large then it'd most likely be a 60-1. However if the turbine is 45mm/small and 54mm/large then it's likely a T25 turbine. But they don't make a T25 housing in 0.82, so I'd guess you measured wrong. A stage 1 wheel measusures 48mm/small and 58mm/large.


In any case, here's a chart that lists the vast majority of popular Garrett wheels with t3 turbines at the bottom:

Turbo Compressor Chart
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