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Posted by ofgofg, Apr 29, 2012
Newbie Forum - Beginner/newbie/general DSM modification questions. First mods, how to run 10's when you haven't run 12's yet, any tech question that doesn't fit in another tech forum.
Although.Unless you have deep pockets,my suggestion would be going with a 14b for a 1/4 of the price. Pm jusmx141 for a 14b.
G-Pop Shop can convert a non-blown T25 to a Big T28 for around $700- that's the low end of the scale. Your other option is to buy a Small 16G which is a more common turbo with nearly the same potential and better reliability.
To my suprise, the garret site does not list a 28 journal bearing.
Part # 705329-0002
Hold on this is a good one.Jusmx141's motto,Eat,Sleep,Turbo.
Somebody Pchop that.
We don't have that kind of test here
Put a heatshield on that bitch and tell them it's oem and even has oem part numbers on it.
eBay vendor obx has a 2g replacement turbo they are saying is t25 based. Has the correct intake elbow and such for a 2g stock intake system. Wondering if thats any good. So is it worth the extra 300+ dollars to get an FP big t28 versus a 900 dollar garrett t28?
Garrett GT28 Turbocharger Eclipse/Talon Upgrade Turbo Part No. 705329-0002 NEW | eBay
eBay. So, for now Im going to run it at stock psi using stock boost solenoid. When I get the IC piping fixed, it will get a spearco big side mount, and an evo IX recirc valve. Perhaps later this summer I will rewire the fuel pump, and get dsm link.
I will swap my stock fuel pump this week end for a 255lph and my stock injectors for new fic 650cc.
eBay gt28 for 600 bucks. As in the ad it came with no factory packaging. So, how can I tell its the real deal? Any markings or characteristics i should look for? It sais garrett Japan. Is that right? I thought they were made down under?
Looks like probably not a GT28,, but an older T28. Its got a white painted strip on both wheels,
A/R .48 M24
Waste gate actuator sais:
Although if the number in the listing is what's found on the tag of the center housing, I'm confident you got the real deal.
No adjustable actuator, but I may want to replace the actuator with higher psi,, or adjustable?