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just wondering how these turbo's work on a stock D-series engine? right now i can get one for a good price thats completely rebuilt but if its not gunna work well, then there's no point! also what is the difference between the various dsm stock turbo's and which is the best? How much boost do they max out at and are they fairly quick to spool up?? any help or advice would be appreciated!
 

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20g>16g>14b>t25 (as far as power goes)

14b is nice for a stock block z6 (same set-up i have currently) run the stock 8psi internal wastegate and you'll have a nice, reliable, DD
 

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the guy doesn't have a web site he actually lives 10 minutes away from me. runs a shop called cherry turbo's. wants 500$ for the turbo. oh and thats canadian!
 

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i don't remember the exchange rate now-a-days; but that seems pretty high (i think EVO3 16g's go for about $300US)... You might wanna check out eBay for just a 14b or a t3; you wouldn't be able to see the full potential of the 16g w/ a stock block anyways...
 

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500 CDN is not bad for a new Mitsubishi made turbo.
the 300$ 16g's are chinese crap copies, the real ones are more expensive. I use a 16g and make 272hp, 240tq at 15psi... My dyno plot is in my vbpic gallery.
 

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500 CDN is not bad for a new Mitsubishi made turbo.
the 300$ 16g's are chinese crap copies, the real ones are more expensive. I use a 16g and make 272hp, 240tq at 15psi... My dyno plot is in my vbpic gallery.
FYI: When i said $300 i meant for a used Mitsu 16g...
 

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$500CDN is pretty steep. If you are going to turbo a stock D, then go the T25 or 14B route. It's a great way to get started in the DIY Turbocharging arena.

You should be able to pick up the T25 or 14B for much less than half of that...

Then spend the saved money on the rest of your materials.

Craig
 
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