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Recently reconditioned T3 turbo, £195. I will gaurentee it for 6 months as well http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/biggrin.gif
Is this a one off, or can you get a regular supply?
Red '93 S13 (Manual)
17" BK121 alloys,
K&N 57i airfilter,
Bailey Motorsport Dump Valve.
Soon to have: T3, FMIC, EVC, Coilovers, Veilside C3 Front bumper, BIG rear spoiler.
You see that's the sort of thing that might make me forget a T28......
IF I HAD ANY BLOODY MONEY. http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/frown.gif
Keep it up mate! http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/wink.gif
I can get them whenever but they wont all come with a six month warrenty as I have to be sure of the turbos history to be able to offer that.
Having said that if you buy a turbo from me and it turns out to be knackered then I will rectify the situation one way or another http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/biggrin.gif
[This message has been edited by bren (edited 22-01-2002).]
Ok, i'll wait till next month then, I've already spent £300 on brakes!
Talking of brakes, can you get braided hoses for an S14 for a nice cheap price?
Do you do a fitting kit for that aswell Bren?
Also do you know if they are a nightmare to fit or not, and will I need a custom mapping job after that?
Metallic Red S13 K Janspeed exhaust
S.E chip,boost upgrade,de-cat pipe,lowering springs,HKS SPF induction,
17inch kosai senaka alloys
adjustable evo style spoiler,
Group A Bosch motorsport fuel-pump.
Ive just been onto Goodridge and Earls. Erals will supply a pair of front hoses with stainless end fittings for £17.60 each or Goodridge will do a complete front and rear kit for £51.70.
I dont know what you need to fit the T3 Im afraid http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/frown.gif You wont need a custom map but the car would run better if mapped to that turbo.
How you doing Bren?, Cars in getting Manifold to head, madifold to turbo, and turbo to downpipe gaskets done!!!!! not the turbo but could still cost a ****load. These T3 turbos would it be a major job on mine and would it be worth it!?!
Purple 95 S14
Bailey Dump Valve
full custom Stainless Exhaust 19th Feb ready for the march thrash!! and that cool HUD display if i get my way next month!!
Errr, dont know and not sure http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/biggrin.gif A Cossy T3 is better than a Nissan T28 but I dont think theyre worth the exspense of fitting one.
Its worth putting one on an S13 but youd be better off spending your money on an uprated T28 for an S14 IMHO http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/smile.gif
Bren are they RWD T3's (TB0360) or 4x4 T3's (TB0386). ?
Black, sick, dying S13
Its a rwd unit.
Your car look the borrocks in that pic btw http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/biggrin.gif
Can you get 4x4 turbos, a RWD unit is too weedy. http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/biggrin.gif
[This message has been edited by paul_s13 (edited 27-01-2002).]
Er, theyre virtually the same mate http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/rolleyes.gif http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/wink.gif Both use a .42 compressor housing, the same compressor wheel, the same core and a .48 exhaust hosuing.
I can get 4x4 units as well though if thats what you want http://300zx.co.uk/200sx/ubb/smile.gif
The compressor wheel is different, I have 2 fcuked ones in my garage, and my sources say that a RWD is good for a sustained max of 21psi and a 4x4 is good for 24psi.
The compressor inlet has a 2 -3 mm larger bore on the 4x4 turbos.
[This message has been edited by paul_s13 (edited 28-01-2002).]
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