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930 Turbo K28-11RS

See attached photo of the label plate on my turbocharger. I have the bumper removed to install the heat shield, turbo hot side insulation, and repair the burned license plate wires. Any info on the turbo based on the label plate would be great!
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I'm pretty sure those were hybrids built on a K27 center with K28 comp housing and K29 compressor wheel. I think Ruf used them.
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Very good boost - my 930 performs well...just doesn't like this Florida heat. Someday I may take it and put it up on a dyno to see what I'm actually getting for horsepower.
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How do you like that combo? Usually a small turbine/housing for a large comp. makes it hit hard but then chokes at the upper end because the exhaust back pressure increases. Sometimes a bigger WG is needed, not sure on these cars.
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The set up on my car performs well - WG picture attached.
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