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Thread: How To: Rebuild a T25/T28 Turbo (PIC HEAVY)

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2009-08-17 05:41:32
what did i tell u tekk lol!!! that color is FIRE haha
2009-08-17 12:59:48
Originally Posted by mafoose
Have you considered offering this service to forum members?
I wanted to do this on my turbo but my friends and I lack the proper tools to do so...

I wouldn't have a problem with it. I haven't decided how exactly I will do this, but if you shoot me a PM we can talk more about it.
2009-08-19 05:25:31
good write up guy..
2009-08-19 14:16:18
Thanks. Rebuild kit shipped out yesterday, so I should receive it today. I'll snap pics of the new components, and compare them to the old during the rebuild process.
2009-08-21 04:33:44
What color/brand paint is that? It is sexy as hell!
2009-08-21 12:49:31

What's really nice is the metallic ground coat, that has a high content of metal flake in it. The red topcoat contains flake, but it's not as heavy as the groundcoat. In the sunlight, the color KICKS MAJOR ASS. I'm trying to finish cleaning my valvecover, and I'll be shooting it in this paint. It matches my TiAL wastegate.
2009-08-21 16:54:24
this is a great thread ill be using this somw time in the future to rebuild one of my t25s
2009-08-21 23:37:39
yay!!!! maybe i will be back to being turbo soon !
2009-08-22 01:41:29

Will update this thread in a while, maybe tomorrow. Battery's almost dead and the charger is upstairs.

Oh yeah, and minty fresh ZERO shaftplay turbo FTMFW. All for $93 shipped.

Going to have Jen send it off to someone to verify no re-balancing is needed. Better safe than sorry!
2009-08-22 01:57:27
good stuff now jen get back into the damn turbo game when tekkie comes up and I want to come down and help with the motor.
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