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Go with OEM or aftermarket Turbo?

Getting my motor back in from a complete rebuild. If I wanted to go with an aftermarket turbo for my 92 964 Turbo what suggestions would you guys have? I am not going to track the car. Was just thinking a little more power and better response?
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Getting my motor back in from a complete rebuild. If I wanted to go with an aftermarket turbo for my 92 964 Turbo what suggestions would you guys have? I am not going to track the car. Was just thinking a little more power and better response?
Unless you're willing to spring for headers, 1 bar spring, BOV and a dyno tune I would just keep it stock.
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Best place to send my original turbo to so I can make sure its good to go? Or buy a new one?
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I had Durabilt rebuild my K27 couple of years ago because they were recommended on 911/930 Turbo Forum on our host’s site. Evergreen seems to have good reviews in the forum also.
I thought I read on there somewhere that Durabilt is no longer around but...
Search the turbo forum, you will find lots of opinions.
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Give Chris @ TurboKraft a call...what he doesn't know ain't worth knowing. I *think* I also remember him saying that getting KKK (BW) turbo's rebuilt is getting harder these days; that may be both a) incorrect and b) out of date, things may have changed.
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