In article <X8udnQgXsupspLDfRVnfirstname.lastname@example.org>, nobody <email@example.com> wrote:
>That's what I have assumed-any tips on a rebuild? The turbo is a t25, which
>I understand is not too common. Is it possible/feasible/inexpensive to
>obtain a rebuild kit rather than an entire unit? I am concerned that the
>exhaust outlet may be cracked as a consequence of this event
>(overheating...)-is that something with which to concern myself?
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Turbo International lists a cartridge available for the T25; their
site doesn't like my browser settings, though, so you'll have to
check on the price for yourself. That's not the cheapest approach,
but is by far the easiest rebuild option.
They also have rebuild kits and individual parts, if you're more
I've priced a cartridge for my T-II RX-7 at $495, yours will probably
be less (RX-7 parts are expensive).
A cartridge is the guts of the turbo; basically, you take the housings
off the old turbo and mount them on the new cartridge, making sure
they're aligned correctly, and reinstall on the car.
Gary Heston firstname.lastname@example.org
Windows is like SUVs; a bad idea, poorly implemented, unsafe, with a
lot of intept users, but a fact of life we have to put up with.