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Would this KKK turbo be any good for a 930?

Like the title says...any good for a 930???




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Like the title says...any good for a 930???




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Measurements would help. Beyond that, bolt it up and see.

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I don't own it as of now...it is for sale "new in box" for real cheap 4 bills.

Just don't know if it is a beneficial series upgrade over my stock KKK 3LDZ.

I think a 2700 series is a good upgrade, just don't know about the K27-2964????

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That is cheap. Can't be worse than the 3LDZ. Can you tell what #hot housing it has? #9 or #11? It is cast inside the inlet.

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quick search found that turbo is for a diesel truck!
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quick search found that turbo is for a diesel truck!
Doesn't mean it won't work. Andial used a ton of diesel k27s in race cars.

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quick search found that turbo is for a diesel truck!
Wasn't the original, 3LDZ turbocharger first used in diesel engined trucks as well?
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i thought the 3ld could be modified. if so i would use the money for that. or try to get a garret

what are you looking for out of a different turbo
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I'm not really looking for a change....just have a hard time passing up a good deal if it happens to be a HP boosting benefit :}

Hot side has cast in #11.

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quick search found that turbo is for a diesel truck!
Pretty much all older turbos started life on diesels
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I'm not really looking for a change....just have a hard time passing up a good deal if it happens to be a HP boosting benefit :}

Hot side has cast in #11.

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From what I've read here, you'll be way better off.

It's a no-brainer at that price!!
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I'd grab it. #11 is same hotside as the 7006 and modded 7200 like the one I run in my car, which makes great power. Depending on the wheel and turbine, may spool quick, may spool slow, but it will make power and hit like a sledgehammer.

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