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Old 09-20-2008, 08:22 PM
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Phat Shaft 71

What do you all think about the Phat Shaft 71, from Industrial Injection?
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...yes,
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yes I got one.what would you like to know about it?
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save yourself about $2500 and buy a Garrett 38R, then you have $2500 to spend on other upgrades like big oil..
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save yourself about $2500 and buy a Garrett 38R, then you have $2500 to spend on other upgrades like big oil..
i second what Deputy says.
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Old 09-21-2008, 09:43 AM
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the II phat shafts are nice, ive got one
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well I could of got the BB Garrett turbo and It would have been cheaper.But when its time to rebuild and get the BB Cartiage,your looking at some $$$$$
the phat shaft that shane made me is custom and he is a frend of mine.I,m very Happy.
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well I could of got the BB Garrett turbo and It would have been cheaper.But when its time to rebuild and get the BB Cartiage,your looking at some $$$$$
the phat shaft that shane made me is custom and he is a frend of mine.I,m very Happy.
tell me how many Garrett BB catridges u have heard that had to be replaced??? There are 1000s of these turbos on the road with a very good reputation. Everyone talks about how much it costs to rebuild it, maybe $850. But i dont think u would have to worry about it. so to me worrying about a turbo being rebuilt is lame, because at one point u MIGHT have to do it with ANY turbo!
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I did rebuild it one time and it cost me $150.not bad for a big frame turbo.
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Old 09-21-2008, 06:13 PM
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save yourself about $2500 and buy a Garrett 38R, then you have $2500 to spend on other upgrades like big oil..
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i second what Deputy says.
Do either of you have experience with the 71mm, if so how does it compare to the 38r?
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