This is a discussion on FS: Turbonetics T-70 Turbo within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; MSRP:
MSRP: $2,230.00 (from Turbonetics Inc. | Home | Home)
For sale here is a turbonetics T-70 Turbo. 70mm turbine wheel, up to 89lbs per minute flow rate. Rated up to 600hp on a 2.0-2.5 liter engine according to tested turbo matrix.
It has been used for about 7,500 miles, during the period the car was garaged for about a year, while I was saving up for new parts and working on the engine.
Brand new its worth $2,230, in its current conidtion, which is very good, with little to no shaft play, no leaks, and being taken out and inspected, needing no turbo rebuild, with no loss of compression, with less than a years worth of driving on it. This turbo is worth at least half of its MSRP brand new. I may let it go for exactly half the price it was new, or maybe as little as $1000, but that would be the bottom.
Just PM me with an offer and well talk.
This turbo was on a 1992 dodge stealth r/t TT, stealths come stock with twin 9bs/12bs. 3.0 v6. Was putting down 400awhp on 10psi, and up to 700awhp on 30psi.
With 6000 miles on the turbo, It was taken out and inspected while I was working on some other things, there was very little/almost no shaft play, and did not need a rebuild kit. No problems with it at all, ran it on my car before I sold it. I kept the turbo so I could sell the car for a price more in his price range.
It has an adonized gold CNC machined backplate, and is ceramic ball bearing, making it spool up fast with very little turbo lag even in large turbo applications.
HP-70 / F1-68 .81 A/R
Item #: 10975
MSRP #: $2,230.00
here is a detailed PDF on turbonetics products http://www.siipicossu.com/manuaaleja...netics2002.pdf
here is the turbo matrix of power based on displacement and trim of turbo:
ceramic ball bearing info: http://www.turboneticsinc.com/techno...php?section=56
info on my turbo: http://www.turboneticsinc.com/produc...category_id=91
NOTE for link above^^
**this is not my exact turbo (hp-70) replaced the T-70, the specifications/sizes and ratings are exactly the same though. They just made it say turbonetics much larger on the turbo, really.
Obviously this turbo is not a bolt on for any car, it has to be a custom fit with turbo piping via silicone hoses or mandrel bent steel.
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