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Is This The Later K27 ?

Here it is.


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I don't know, but is sure looks nice. what does something like that cost?
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Looks like an older one thats never been used.

The newer ones I've seen don't have KKK in the casting anymore since Borg Warner bought them.
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It has a 7200 number and fron what Jim is saying it might be an old stock K27-7200.

If so a very nice turbo forup to about 350 whp. (400chp.)
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Yep it is a brand new turbo never been used. I am going to replace my K26 with it (just waiting for new gaskets). Can hardly wait to see how it runs with it
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never seen a new old one

only thing that throws me a little is the green paint. not sure thats origonal but the etching on the hot side gasket flange sure makes that part look new.
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My "new old" 3ldz I got off of ebay has the same green paint.
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I would be inclined to believe this is a rebuilt turbo. The housings can be blasted or tanked to look brand new. The green paint is typically an assembly torque spec verification. You can purchase new tags.
Really makes no difference as rebuilt should be good as new.
I carry new K27-7200's for $1295.
You will really like this turbo as compared to the 3LDZ.
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The person I purchased it from guaranteed its new. Came in the sealed original box in plastic with papers.
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Looks like an older one thats never been used.

The newer ones I've seen don't have KKK in the casting anymore since Borg Warner bought them.
Did not know that. When did they stop putting on the "KKK" ? Kind of like the "KKK" on there makes it more period if you know what I mean.
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That is for sure a brand new Porsche 964T turbocharger. Search my other posts for my turbo part number list.

Just a few other comments. The 5327 988 7200 has the K27.2 turbine wheel. The 5327 988 7006 uses the K27 turbine wheel (and a different compressor), so they really are different turbos. Calling them K27 7006 and K27 7200 is quite misleading to most people in this regard.

Also, I saw on the other referenced post a couple of comments about 999 in the part number. A 999 means that it is a service part. As you can see from my list, racing turbos also had full part numbers, just like production.
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As stated previously, new castings do not have the KKK logo and the part number on that tag is for a 964T. If this turbo is not rebuilt and has never been used it is not new but old. It has just never been used.
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So it is Ole New Stock, instead of New Old Stock.
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Did not know that. When did they stop putting on the "KKK" ? Kind of like the "KKK" on there makes it more period if you know what I mean.
The one I bought in 2005 still had the KKK's on the castings and the nameplates. I have seen some new ones that have just one K on the nameplate, and some from China that have the Borg-Warner nameplate, but all still had the KKK's on the castings.

The one I bought in 2005 came in a box that said Borg Warner Turbodriven. BW bought KKK in 1998.

Can someone post pics of a K27 with no KKK's on the housings? I think this would matter a lot to some restoration people.
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Also, the 988 in the application number indicates a new replacement turbo. The date code is right in front of us here, but I can't find my decoder sheet! I might have to ask for a new one.
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K27 Is Mounted

Thanks for all your help guys! I wound up buying the OE Porsche bracket for the K27 as someone here suggested. For $130 bucks did not feel like cutting/welding the old one. Got the K27 mounted and the engine is ready to go back in. I can hardly wait to drive it with the new turbo.



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That is a beautiful engine. Did you do all that?
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That is a beautiful engine. Did you do all that?
Thanks. Yes I did
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And the award for the cleanest engine on earth.... goes too.....

Wowzers, is that covered in silicone spray or something, it's uber clean
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Wowzers, is that covered in silicone spray or something, it's uber clean
No silicone here. Just elbo grease and replaced old rubber etc..
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