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I REALLY hope this isn't taken the wrong way, but if you have a working stock turbo and were having issues with your Hybrid turbo and Adrian came out with an update to help it that would be free to have done, then why wouldn't you just swap back to the stock turbo temporarily and send him your turbo to be updated?? I can tell you that that is how it would work with anyone else (if they didn't charge you for the update). Sh!t, even when a vehicle manufacturer has a recall on something, you still have to bring your vehicle to them if you want the recalled part fixed/replaced. In my opinion, just because a turbo manufacturer comes out with an update that helps/fixes a product of theirs and requires the customer to send the product back in for updating, doesn't mean that they aren't standing behind their product or taking care of the customer. I guess may be I just look at things a little differently.
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