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Old 07-16-2013, 04:51 PM
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MTW 11 blade single plane 03-04 stock replacement billet wheel

In an effort to go all out with the 11 blade single plane design, MTW has developed the 11 blade single plane billet wheel for the 03-04 turbos. It has the exact same specs as the MTW 05-07 stock replacement wheel with the exception of the size of the inducer, which is 59mm as opposed to 56.7mm, the same size as the 03-04 turbos.

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Old 07-16-2013, 04:53 PM
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Nice wheels Nate! Question. Do you have wheels for the refurb factory turbos? I think they're smaller
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Thanks Oliver!!

The "remanufactured" turbos are often the same size as the 05-07 turbos. Sometimes a reman turbo will be the same size as an 03-04 turbo. It all depends on the Garrett P/N from what I can tell. The best way to go about it is if you have questions to simply shoot me a PM and I'll be happy to help as best as I can.
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Wouldn't it be better to refer to it as a 59mm rather than 03/04. I say this because my 05 has the 59mm not the 57mm as the year suggests... and yes it is a remand stock turbo.
looks impressive Nate..
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Awesome! My buddy mike has a refurbed on a 05 ill try n measure it and get one ordered from you!
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Looks like you need a test mule!! Hint hint.
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Looking great Nate.

Keep up the advancements...
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Wouldn't it be better to refer to it as a 59mm rather than 03/04. I say this because my 05 has the 59mm not the 57mm as the year suggests... and yes it is a remand stock turbo.
looks impressive Nate..
I guess so Aaron. It's tough to classify them by p/n, which I believe is why most places sort them by year. As I mentioned though, it's not too big of a deal to try and determine what size wheel a given turbo has before someone gets a wheel. And while it sucks, we are always happy to swap it out for free.

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Awesome! My buddy mike has a refurbed on a 05 ill try n measure it and get one ordered from you!
Cool. Sounds good. I'll just have to direct him to Adrian as he is the one that actually has the wheels. Of course I'll answer any questions.

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Looking great Nate.

Keep up the advancements...
Thanks Ben
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