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    Turbo Sale!!

    T3/T4 turbo's are on special for $595, there are several sizes available (54mm, 55mm, 57mm, 58mm and 59mm, all the usual T3 turbine a/r's are available. Good stuff!
    DaveH
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    Very nice!!

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    what kind of turbo's?
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    i may just buy one to decorate with at those prices!
    here a psht, there psht, everywhere a psht psht

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    Quote Originally Posted by no_slow_clap View Post
    what kind of turbo's?
    I'm guessin precission... that's what he sold Matt... dont know if he offers alot of brands...
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    Yes, these are PTE T3/T4 turbo's.
    DaveH
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    Hey Dave, I'm going with a usdm 2jz-gte swap in my 89 Supra instead of building up the 7m. I was wondering if you get a price on precision turbos? Ill be keeping the stock internals (at least for a year or 2) I'm looking for 600-700hp, I think a PT67 would be enough or go with a GT4271 it must be ball bearing. Let me know which setup I should go with and what kind of prices you can get.(pm if you want)

    I'll also be going with a WOTM exhaust manifold. tial 44, greddy 3 or 4row front mount, and upgraded fuel system.
    Thanks, Nate

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    There are a few turbo's that will work depending on what part of the 600-700hp range you are looking at. GT4088, PT67, PT71 all good choices. You pay a lot more for the BB, not sure if it's worth it.

    Quote Originally Posted by 87supraturbo View Post
    Hey Dave, I'm going with a usdm 2jz-gte swap in my 89 Supra instead of building up the 7m. I was wondering if you get a price on precision turbos? Ill be keeping the stock internals (at least for a year or 2) I'm looking for 600-700hp, I think a PT67 would be enough or go with a GT4271 it must be ball bearing. Let me know which setup I should go with and what kind of prices you can get.(pm if you want)

    I'll also be going with a WOTM exhaust manifold. tial 44, greddy 3 or 4row front mount, and upgraded fuel system.
    Thanks, Nate
    DaveH
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveH View Post
    There are a few turbo's that will work depending on what part of the 600-700hp range you are looking at. GT4088, PT67, PT71 all good choices. You pay a lot more for the BB, not sure if it's worth it.
    I would say closer to 700hp range with working the turbo to hard, and also something thats not too outragious on the street when it hits boost. If there not a huge difference in price between ball bearing and journal I would go with the bb for a faster spool.

    Thanks, Nate

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    there IS a huge diff in price, i would stick with the journal bearing, should be pretty wild either way. a PT70GTQ is one of the best turbos on the market for what your looking at IMO
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