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It's $82.10 shipped with G-pop and $75 shipped on ebay. Has anyone ported the 15g? How's it run? Dyno?
 

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Main ? is has anyone rebuild the 15g themselves? I plan on it. I should post a rebuild thread??????

I know you would reply Levi...lol 15g guy/G-pop guy. G-pop is a good place.
 

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Balancing? Is it hard to balance them? It looks like a need a special wrench to get the shaft out. Was the instruction easy to follow?
 

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send it up!
 

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i rebuilt my 19t, it wasnt that hard. I sent it in though after i rebuilt it because something wasnt right, the shaft needed balancing.
which did you use Levi? the standard or the superback kit?
 

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i started with the standard kit, but when i sent it in, i paid for the upgrade.

instructions were easy to follow.
sweet! i think i'm gonna send them my 18g. the oil seals are shot!

what was your total cost if you don't mind me asking?

sorry, did not mean to thread jack. :)
 

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you should always rebalance your turbo after a rebuild. spinning at over 100,000 rpm's being off balance can be a very bad thing.
the tools that they use to rebalance a turbo are pretty expensive and precise.
 

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Hello Dan,

Thank you for your interest. The price for a performance rebuild (a
rebuild that does not require any hard parts: comp wheel, turbine
shaft/wheel, or bearing housing) is $405 plus $25 return shipping. And,
the price for the upgrade to 19T compressor wheel is $175.00. The first
step in the rebuild is a full inspection. If any of the hard parts are
found to be damaged at this point, we would give you a full quote for
repairing/replacing parts.

Our turnaround time for standard rebuilds right now is 5-7 business days.
If you would like to ship the turbo to us for this service, please enclose
your contact information and send it to:

G-Pop Shop
22349 W War Eagle Rd
Springdale, AR 72764

We accept all major credit/debit cards, paypal, or postal money orders. If
you would like to call us with any questions the number is 479-751-7966.
If you decide to send your turbo to us we look forward to doing business
with you. Let us know if you need anything else, thank you

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Jim & Gerry, G-Pop Shop
Specializing in rebuilt and new turbos,
turbo upgrades, turbo rebuild kits, and turbo parts
www.gpopshop.com
(479)-751-7966
 

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you should always rebalance your turbo after a rebuild. spinning at over 100,000 rpm's being off balance can be a very bad thing.
the tools that they use to rebalance a turbo are pretty expensive and precise.
exactly. anytime a turbo needs a rebuild let the "pros" handle it. a turbo should always be balanced when doing a rebuild.
 
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