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Old 03-31-2004, 04:02   #1 (permalink)
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Ey fellas, need a little help with turbo selection. Im putting together a turbo setup for Fairlane (ZL) and arent sure about the specs of the T04B and T04E turbochargers. Ive seen the T04B priced better, so how come?

Any suggestion on different turbo choice is welcome. Its going on a 250 crossflow.
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Re: What the difference between T04B and E?

Generally the E will have a larger shaft and therefore different wheel selection as well as a larger turbine housing and exhaust flange. But nowdays you can stick/machine/modify almost any combo to any turbo within reason.

Always a good compressor wheel is the 60-1 or the T66 if you want a more serious combo.
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