The Turbonetics T3 To T4B/E Hybrid Turbochargers offers the low inertia and fast boost response of the lightweight T3 turbine wheel combined with the high-airflow characteristics of the T4 compressor family. Most T3/T4 Hybrid Turbochargers are available with the patented Ceramic Ball-Bearing option. The Ceramic Ball Bearing T3/T4 Hybrid series offers the fastest spool-up. Coupled with extreme durability, the Ceramic Ball Bearing concept provides the best performance available.
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What is the horsepower limit and Max psi for this turbo
Would this turbo fit a 2006 Scion tC?
is there a 4 bolt Exhaust Housing Outlet option?
Is it capable with a eg Civic
Is this product new as in product I mean this turbocharger I am purchasing in upwards of $800 is it a new Turbo don't mean to be rude but there have been a lot of used bologna that comes off eBay / internet.
Is this a 4 or 5 bolt turbine housing?
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