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Help in K27 identification

Can any of you guys help me ID this K27?





Incase the pic doesn't work. These are numbers on the turbo.


K27
HD271106-1
53 27 988 0001

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I think that's the 7006. Hopefully someone who knows will comment.
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Thx




I will check the data on the 7006 then :-)

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Picture of a K27 7006

I recently bought this preowned 7006 from another forum member as a backup to my HFS thats being rebuilt.
I don't know how well it works but it cleaned up pretty nice and it's the second one I've had.
This one has a removeable inlet venturi (the 3 allen head bolts hold it in place) and a smooth finish compressor housing with a part number on it, where the other 7006 I had-had a rough sand cast looking finish and I don't remember it having those 3 allen head bolts around the air inlet.

Anyway hope the picture helps identify yours
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My 7006 says K27 88 555 1599 5327 970 7006
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JFairman, that's exactly what I have and I'm very pleased with mine. Attached is a shot of the exhaust turbine as of last week when I was changing the muffler.
How much lag do you have (from - to)?
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I havn't tried the 7006 pictured.

My car had a different 7006 when I bought it but there are other modifications too, so comparing it to a car with stock, SC, or 964 cams is not accurate.
It has powerhaus group B cams which leave you with very little power and a lot of turbo lag when you are below 4000rpm. They are not good cams for the street, but are very good from around 4500rpm to redline.
It has b&b headers and muffler too.
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I run a 7006 as well. Much more responsive than the stock 3LDZ.
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