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Unless my 999 has been out of sync for the last 9000 miles the andial k29 pulls thru redline better than the 999 did as I put it on the car after the 999 was damaged.................Also "K24madness" I agree that The Garrett is a good choice if you have a motor built enough inside to require the extra pressure ( but pricy @ $2K +with mods required+more yet for the labor over using a nice used/rebuilt K27 ) . I just took the Andial k29 off a 930 with larger liter that was suffering from loosing boost in up top RPM and installed a garrett GT3571. Picked up 31 RWHP @ .9 bar. So I would rate my 5327 999 0493 (from my recent experience ) at the bottom then the Andial K29 and the garrett on top installed on motors that need that extra turbo capacity, other wise that extra boost will just go out the dump valve. Although I do find that all the before mentioned turbos when on the respective cars did not have that on off feel you mentioned and seemed to pull very linier similar to the garrett when shifting at redline. Its winter here but from my recollection they all seemd to blow to full boost at fairly low RPM but whats the point as the cams and fuel mixture delivery should be optimally set well above that RPM so when you shift from redline you have the HP response of the optium power curve.
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Hello, i have a couple questions regarding the 3LDZ turbo. I have a 3LDZ in my 1986 951. Its a sweet setup and i really love the boost compared to stock 951's. I love the boost so much that i want more,lol.

What would be a nice upgrade with the same exact fitting (if one even exists)? I do not know to much about 911's or OEM 911 turbos. I do have some room to play with, if its not the same exact size i can still squeeze it in there, im wondering if the bolting will be a same fit, shouldn't it be the same fit though, especially if the 3LDZ can be upgraded? see pic below:

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what Turbo is this?

any help what turbo k27 do I have??
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K-27 7200. Good all purpose turbo with strong mid-range on 3.3l stock engines.
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Unless my 999 has been out of sync for the last 9000 miles the andial k29 pulls thru redline better than the 999 did as I put it on the car after the 999 was damaged.................Also "K24madness" I agree that The Garrett is a good choice if you have a motor built enough inside to require the extra pressure ( but pricy @ $2K +with mods required+more yet for the labor over using a nice used/rebuilt K27 ) . I just took the Andial k29 off a 930 with larger liter that was suffering from loosing boost in up top RPM and installed a garrett GT3571. Picked up 31 RWHP @ .9 bar. So I would rate my 5327 999 0493 (from my recent experience ) at the bottom then the Andial K29 and the garrett on top installed on motors that need that extra turbo capacity, other wise that extra boost will just go out the dump valve. Although I do find that all the before mentioned turbos when on the respective cars did not have that on off feel you mentioned and seemed to pull very linier similar to the garrett when shifting at redline. Its winter here but from my recollection they all seemd to blow to full boost at fairly low RPM but whats the point as the cams and fuel mixture delivery should be optimally set well above that RPM so when you shift from redline you have the HP response of the optium power curve.
Tony, thank you for this comparison. When I opened my thread "help to identify this K27" I was after a summary like you just gave. Now I know that despite the fact my "999" turbo was never installed on the engine I received (based on it's as received orientation) it's probably properly sized.
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Ok, Here is another for you guys to help me ID. I had thought I had a K27-7006 but I pulled my turbo out of storage and here is the tag. It was purchased from Andial many years ago and I was told it was a Hybrid. Any Ideas?

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