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Looking for a turbine housing for a build. Would like a .63 a/r with the Chrysler swing valve pattern. Stage 2 machining a plus but not required.

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Chris Wright of Turbos Unleashed has these coming out of his ears because he got burned on a huge group buy. Probably giving the things away at this point since a LOT of people are upgrading to new generation turbos.
 

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Chris Wright of Turbos Unleashed has these coming out of his ears because he got burned on a huge group buy. Probably giving the things away at this point since a LOT of people are upgrading to new generation turbos.
Ouch, bad for him, good for the folks that want one. I'm sorry to hear that.

What's the story on the group buy burn? I'll have to give him a call if he's got a bunch...

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Not that it matters much, but the turbine housings are .63 not .68 AR. IMO, TU'S hardly giving them away, but I still feel they're a good buy if your looking for one. The castings are really nice, IMO better quality than the Turbonetics .63 casting. You'll need to talk to Chris about providing a new swingvalve puck for these housings. It is mandatory to increase the size of the puck on all the production TU's .63 housings, due to a casting error in the location of the swingvalve hole.
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Oh BTW just so you know the Turbonetics F1-54 (stage II), and the Garrett stage II turbine shafts are sized a bit different, so make sure you know what turbine you have, and what the housing it is actually machined for. If I heard correctly from one of the vendors recently, the Garrett stage II turbines are no longer available from Garrett.
 

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I actually fat fingered my message typing on the phone, but I meant a .63 a/r for the turbine housing even though I realized I made the mistake in the title and first post. And interesting regarding the casting flaw, I'll hit up Chris and ask about it.

Also appreciate the info on the stage 2. I actually think I wanted a stage 3 anyways to match Donovan's setup.

I was kind of hoping someone had one sitting on a shelf somewhere that they wanted to ditch cheap. Most of my parts are opportunistic purchases as I'm trying to build on a budget. I will probably just go with one from Chris, unless a TD guy on here is tired of using thiers as a door stop? Any takers?
 
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