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Which turbocharger??

I'm going to replace the turbo on my 1982 930.
What's the best one to get? Turbo kraft, rarelyl8?
I will be also doing the fabspeed airbox, rarelyl8 exhaust and classic retrofit CDI.

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If your car is stock, by adding the K27/7200 turbo from any supplier along with rarlyL8 exhaust will make a huge difference.
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I have been very happy with the Garrett GTR series on three different turbo cars. The level of modification to your motor will determine the turbo size. The Garrett GTs spool up very quickly getting you on boost sooner. Chris at Turbo Kraft is the guru. If your motor is completely stock Puddy has good advice.
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Turbo choice depends on a lot of things such as current mods, how the car is used, power goals, and driving habits. For example, if your car is stockish, pure street, and you short shift you'll want a turbo that spools quick and helps the midrange, such as a K27-7200 or GT-30. If your engine is built, you want power, and like to rev it out to redline then something like the K27-K29 hybrid or GT-35 is a better choice. Choice between KKK/BW turbo or Garrett/aftermarket depends on how far you wish to deviate from stock installation. KKK/BW is a stock replacement requiring minimal alterations to install, others require mods to brackets, mufflers, oil system, etc. Lots of things to consider.
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It all depends on how much you want to spend.
The best is probably gonna be a ball bearing Garret and there are different choices.

If you want the best of everything with friendly customer service from an enthusiast and expert mechanic call or email Turbokraft.
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For my part a Turbo Precision 6766 T3 with an exit compressor in 3 "in agreement with my intercooler and of course a double rotation with ceramic ball, antisurge, taken out exhaust it V-band.
But for a correct installation it is necessary to make some adaptations / modifications with regard to the assembly of origin. ;-)
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For my part a Turbo Precision 6766 T3 with an exit compressor in 3 "in agreement with my intercooler and of course a double rotation with ceramic ball, antisurge, taken out exhaust it V-band.
But for a correct installation it is necessary to make some adaptations / modifications with regard to the assembly of origin. ;-)

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