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ive buyed today an pretty new turbo :) and now i dont know how good it is

its an garrett m24 A/R .43 without an wastegate
googel say nothing exact about

i think its too smal for an 2liter engine? or?

 

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ive buyed today an pretty new turbo :) and now i dont know how good it is

its an garrett m24 A/R .43 without an wastegate
googel say nothing exact about

i think its too smal for an 2liter engine? or?

i post soon pics
pics?

m24 is a stamp that garrett puts on a variety of turbos. you cant tell by that m24 stamp, but i might be able to tell from a pic of the turbo.




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way too small. to small for a 1.6 let alone a 2.0
that thing would be a constant hairdryer pushed way beyond its efficiency.

what motor is this going on?



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i have no idea from which car it is
thats the main problem

there is no info about an m24 with such AR

all i found was the skyline GTR 32 use two with an A/R 46
 

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we planned to put it on a lexus IS 200 with the 1g-fe

the car can only handel low boost max 0.5bar
iam afraid its too small to feed an 2liter inline 6

but spooling at idel sounds cool too ;-)
 

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it kinda looks like a ford probe turbo.... but i dont think they used a garrett...imho i dont think its a good choice for your build. going on a little d15/16 i would say go for it boost on it would be almost instant and should hold. if i remember mine is a 48 trim garret off a volvo and its about the same size as a t25 dsm turbo. that looks to be about the same size....to small for a 2.0 imo but try it out and see how it goes.
 

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ok i found out it have an internal watsegate

makes the thing more strange lol cause i cant see an exit for the gases

how can a turbo have an wastegate flap(right word???) without an exit for it?
 

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i dont see where it would either there is no actuator on it to read boost to let it know when to open the wastegate. Personally i would sell it on ebay or something and just go with a Garrett T28 its good all around. And it looks like water was sitting in that turbo how is the shaft play
 

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zero play and perfect blades

perfect condition
it only look at the exhaust side and in the middel so rusty

hmmm maybe a nice toy for the coming DD aka d13?
i could use an external wastegate :)

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It was sold to me as a t28 LOL fucking egay liar
 

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damn that sucks that you got shafted like that. but an external wastegate would work perfect if your still gonna use that one. i would just get a slightly bigger turbo so if you build the motor in the future your already set.
 
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