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Old 04-25-2009, 03:35 PM
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03 VS 05 turbo?

is the bore size the same on the 03 turbo as it is on the 05 turbo?
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Old 04-25-2009, 04:04 PM
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The 03 turbine wheel has less blades. I believe 06 07 have 15, 04 05 have 13, and the 03 has 10. More or less but im probly a lil off.
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Wonder if you can just swap the blades out?
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lol CCSBD that my point iam trying to get at my buddy works at ford and i want to make my turbo louder and thats what where gonna try and do is swap the blades out that why i ask if the bore size is the same which it should be i dont see why they would change it all ford had to do is reduce the noise.....my buddy going to find out for me on monday ill let you know whats up
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lol CCSBD that my point iam trying to get at my buddy works at ford and i want to make my turbo louder and thats what where gonna try and do is swap the blades out that why i ask if the bore size is the same which it should be i dont see why they would change it all ford had to do is reduce the noise.....my buddy going to find out for me on monday ill let you know whats up
sweetness!! If it works let me know if your dealer guy can get more blades like that
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sounds good i think that might be our problem is getting the blades he just give me the idea to swap it out but i dont know where i can buy the blades from...ill see if he got any ideas
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