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Measure the comp wheel. Hard to tell from the pic but I'm gonna say that the fins don't look stock. Could be a MP+ .... got to measure it though.
Also .. if a fella mod'ed a regular housing ... see if they moved to the larger .63 turbine side. That will have a stamped ".63" just inside the inlet where the turbo exhaust housing bolts to the mani.
 

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It looks identical to the TII sitting on my desk. Except yours has "M27" before B.C.C. and mine doesn't. Not sure what that signifies. Although...the compressor fins do look quite a bit bigger.



This is what a super 60 should look like I believe.
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I have what appears to be the same turbo with provisions for water and oil cooling. However when I measured the intake exducer I got more around 2.68" which is 68mm. It was difficult to get a measurment on the exhaust exducer because I didn't want to completely disassemble this thing but it was in the 1.50 to 1.60" range 38mm to 42mm roughly.

I found this page which has a lot of info however no exducers match what I'm measuring.

thedodgegarage dot com

Anyone have any further information?

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Looks like a stock 89 TII turbo. Don't see any machine work done on the housing.

Real Super60 is made by Turbonetics.
not true. a super 60 is simply a grand national compressor wheel fitted in to a t2. turbonetics just happens to make one. but I agree, doesn't look like it was machined, but the only way to know is to measure as pointed out.
 

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For the inducer I came up with 1.70" or 43mm ish I took the full measurment of the wheel not the fins for the exducer so it's probably 60mm so would that make this a TO3 TII ???

Then my next question would be - whats this worth / whats a fair price? I'm not looking to get rich. There is no play in the wheel and it spins freely w/o noise. I originally purchased this for a 2.0L neon (which is now wrecked).
 

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It looks identical to the TII sitting on my desk. Except yours has "M27" before B.C.C. and mine doesn't. Not sure what that signifies.
FWIW, My 87 T-II has M27 on it. That one there has the 2.25 SV on it also so I will venture its a bone stock T-II.
 

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For the inducer I came up with 1.70" or 43mm ish I took the full measurment of the wheel not the fins for the exducer so it's probably 60mm so would that make this a TO3 TII ???

Then my next question would be - whats this worth / whats a fair price? I'm not looking to get rich. There is no play in the wheel and it spins freely w/o noise. I originally purchased this for a 2.0L neon (which is now wrecked).
You have a stock 87 Garrett TII turbo with a 2.25 inch small flange swingvalve and small wastegate actuator. $80-$200, depends on the condition.
 

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when I measured the intake exducer I got more around 2.68" which is 68mm.
FYI, that exducer looks like it's measuring 2.368. Not to be anal, but that may have been what confused you. 60mm.
 
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