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Old 12-27-2010, 03:44 PM
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blown turbo pics

I'm not sure how it got this bad or what the heck was tearing up the turbine but its DONE and sheered completely off .
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Old 12-27-2010, 03:46 PM
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Man I've never seen anything like that. Looks as though the bearing let loose and the fins starting bouncing off the housing? Whatever the case looks as though you're in need of a turbo. I just saw an 03 for sale in the classifieds for $800 obo...
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Looks like classic heat induced fatigue on that first and last photo of the turbine. The variable geometry turbo vanes also look to be heat pitted. I would not be surprised if there were repetitive high heat loads exceeding 1350 degrees F for extended periods.

It's similar to what I have seen in military vehicles under those circumstances anyway. I hope you caught the damage before debris was propelled through the air intake manifold and onto the combustion chambers.

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ya i seen that one , i cant believe the dealer wants 2093 canadian when i can get a powermax for 1200 approx . a fellow member is helping me out with his old turbo , he walked me thru the removal of the old one . would have been lost without his help
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ya high heat wouldnt surprise me , the truck use to haul trailors from the states to canada so i'm guessing heat would have been present . i have only been really on the accelorator three or four times cuz i am in the process of getting guages then the turbo went soo. deffinitely gotta get a monitor of some sort when turbo is finished .
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