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K27 turbo, possible to visually determine if 7006 or 7200 compressor wheel? (pics)

I was wondering if there is any way to look at the compressor wheel on a K27 to determine if its a 7006 or 7200 wheel?

I have a K27/6 with a 7006 part # which i am planning on putting on my 951. I am fairly certain the turbo has the 7006 wheel which as i understand it is not ideal for quick spool, especially with my 2.5L 951. I contacted Turbo Performance out in California and they said they can purchase the 7200 compressor wheel, install then balance the entire turbo..effectivley making it a K27/6 7200 for about $300. I just wanted to verify before sending the turbo out that its indeed a 7006 wheel on the inside.

I figure you 930 guys will be the most educated on these K27's.







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I am taking a wild guess that if the tag says 7006 then it is a 7006. Ask Kevin at Ultimate Motorwerks, he does rebuilds and also makes the HFS, so he is familiar with these turbos.
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I'm looking at one of those on my bench right now, it is a 7006 compressor wheel
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Thanks for the verification guys, thats what i figured. Now im wondering, is it possible to put a 7200 compressor wheel into this turbo? Will it fit with the current compressor cover i have?
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Again call Kevin at Ultimate Motorwerks, he has or had a few freshly rebuilt 7200 for $795 awhile back, I bought one as a spare.
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