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Had to change things up a bit when my used Hx35 showed up rusted as **** and the wastegate diagram was toast. Was going to be a 62/64/12.  Everything new now. 62/67/12. Will be assembling tomorrow and hopefully installing it. 

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23 minutes ago, Dieselfuture said:

I see you got an oring machined for compressor housing, good idea. I couldn't get mine to seal until I used some light coat of rvt.

Should be a good turbo for you, I'm enjoying mine :thumb1:

I’ve read your posts about your turbo specs so I knew I couldn’t go wrong! 

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1 hour ago, gipperkid said:

@ThreadzyHappen to have a list a parts you bought? And a list of the machine work turbo lab did? I may just want to do this as well.

Just specify what compressor wheel you’re using and they’ll mill the bearing housing out to fit. 

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It will be fine.  The parts turbolab sells are quality parts.  Ive assembled 4 turbos from him in the past 7 years and EVERY one of them is still going.

 

It would be good to have your turbine and compressor wheels balanced before you assemble though, just to be sure.  

 

I had that done on mine when i had them open up the turbine housing.

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40 minutes ago, gimmie11s said:

It will be fine.  The parts turbolab sells are quality parts.  Ive assembled 4 turbos from him in the past 7 years and EVERY one of them is still going.

 

It would be good to have your turbine and compressor wheels balanced before you assemble though, just to be sure.  

 

I had that done on mine when i had them open up the turbine housing.

 That’s good to know!  I didn’t have the wheels balanced because I thought they already were. I saw balancing marks on the turbine and compressor wheels. 

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4 minutes ago, Threadzy said:

 That’s good to know!  I didn’t have the wheels balanced because I thought they already were. I saw balancing marks on the turbine and compressor wheels. 

 

Correct but they (turbine and compressor) are each individually balanced.

 

The turbo shop will assemble the turbine and compressor together with a locknut and balance all 3 as a unit.

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28 minutes ago, gimmie11s said:

 

Correct but they (turbine and compressor) are each individually balanced.

 

The turbo shop will assemble the turbine and compressor together with a locknut and balance all 3 as a unit.

Well sheet! Is this going to ruin my turbo? Should I pull the cartridge back out and have it all balanced? Or will I only get 50,000 miles out of it instead of 100,000? Was yours off by much? 

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TBH, id have the shop balance them as i described only because the turbo is going to work at 30-40 psi or more.

 

If you planned to use it on a gas car at lower boost (25 psi or so) then i wouldnt worry about it.

 

Just my opinion above..... who knows, it might last a LONG time the way it is.

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Like for me I had my stock HX35W eat a hose clamp I sent it out through DAP to Industrial Injection for rebuild. It cost me $800 dollars for replacing a compressor wheel and the rebalance. They reused the turbine and the housings. Still in all I think I got hosed on that deal and could of upgraded for less. 

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1 hour ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Like for me I had my stock HX35W eat a hose clamp I sent it out through DAP to Industrial Injection for rebuild. It cost me $800 dollars for replacing a compressor wheel and the rebalance. They reused the turbine and the housings. Still in all I think I got hosed on that deal and could of upgraded for less. 

That does seem pretty pricey. I’m in the process of talking with Turbo lab directly about a balanced rotating assembly. 

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