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Macht Schnell
 
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Anybody Interested in K27 7200 Like new

Hello,
I know I should most likely post in the classifieds portion, but not sure how many people check them like the read this forum. I have a k27 7200 I bought from Stephen for an upgrade. Ran it 400 miles and decided to pull down again and do EFI. Ran another 100 miles and decided I needed more Turbo. Bought a K27 HF2 that I am installing at present. This turbo has not been cleaned or even wiped off. This is how it looks coming off the car. That should give you an idea of how new it is. It is basically in as New condition. I am looking for $800 + $30 shipping. I'll also be posting on Ebay, but would rather sell it here. All the studs are in Place and are stainless. I am keeping the billet adapter.

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Les Garten
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I was thinking of going this route... Should I re-think my idea Was it just not powerful enough for you? How much is it new?
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I was thinking of going this route... Should I re-think my idea Was it just not powerful enough for you? How much is it new?
Hello,
Just didn't hit Hard enough for me and ran a little dry too soon. Fine for a CIS car. Costs $1195 from Imagine Auto.

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If you are going EFI you want to take advantage of all the added things you can do and a bigger turbo is one of them. The last EFI we did with a 7200 made 420RWHP and came on faster than the dickens but still ran out about 6K RPM.
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You could always hook it up to your dryer!
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