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FS: Turbonetics T3/T4-E50 ceramic ball-bearing turbo

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by Mach375, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. Sep 17, 2012 at 9:42 AM
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    Mach375

    Mach375 [OP] Habitual Violator of Wheeling Rule #2

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    Too much to list, but enough to get me in trouble. Repeatedly.
    This is a listing I have on a Volvo forum I used to be a part of. It's off my custom-built 1986 744ti Volvo. Being a T3-based turbo, I figured there might be someone around here that might be interested in using it for a project motor.

    I'm selling this as a single unit. What you see is what you get.
    This is the Turbonetics T3II/T04-E50 turbo I was running on my Volvo engine years back. It has a ceramic ball-bearing water-cooled center section, polished aluminum compressor housing, dual-port WG actuator (dual ports = one port is pressure signal, other port is vacuum; the idea is that you get double the holding force by having each side of the diaphragm being acted upon, rather than just pressure on one side), ceramic-coated exhaust side, ceramic-coated 1991 Volvo manifold, thermal-wrapped exhaust side (including manifold), SSB oil feed line, silicone heavy-duty truck hose with high-clamping SS hose clamp, oldschool metal water fittings, and comes with two different wastegates (one flat-flange [installed], one conical-flange [brand spankin' new, never installed]).
    It has about 2,000 miles on it. It's been in storage for about a decade, thoroughly oiled with Redline synthetic oil prior to storage. It looks, feels, and acts (shaft play) like it's never been run.
    This was one hell of a fun screamer back when I had everything running. What an awesome ass-kicking ride!!

    Please take it off my hands before I have to let some unaware ricer poser buy it on Craigslist or EvilBay.

    $1,000 plus shipping. Very firm on price!

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    Includes a conical-flanged WG.
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  2. Oct 17, 2012 at 4:29 PM
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    Mach375

    Mach375 [OP] Habitual Violator of Wheeling Rule #2

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    Too much to list, but enough to get me in trouble. Repeatedly.
    Bump.
    Going on Craigslist tonight.
     
  3. Oct 17, 2012 at 5:09 PM
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    maxpower29

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    What's the exhaust side AR
     
  4. Oct 24, 2012 at 10:48 PM
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    Mach375

    Mach375 [OP] Habitual Violator of Wheeling Rule #2

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    Too much to list, but enough to get me in trouble. Repeatedly.
    I'm pretty sure it's .63
     
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