Corrosion on turbo

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Do i need to look for a new turbo due to this corrosion where the dp connects?
 

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That's ugly but could be turned to make a good surface. If the turbo shaft is tight and the compressor wheel didn't ingest anything I would just have the exhaust housing machined.
AG.
 
That's ugly but could be turned to make a good surface. If the turbo shaft is tight and the compressor wheel didn't ingest anything I would just have the exhaust housing machined.
AG.


With decent pressure by hand the comp wheel will touch the housing. So, new is in order......??
 
New is in order w/ the loose shaft. Also, looks like the w/g puck hasn't been seated in quite some time...
 
I can fix all of this. Even with a new cartridge and re-surface your are well below the cost of replacing


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I can fix all of this. Even with a new cartridge and re-surface your are well below the cost of replacing


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Thank you bison. I was going to contact you before, so definitely now. Ill pm my email and phone and go from there.
 
New is in order w/ the loose shaft. Also, looks like the w/g puck hasn't been seated in quite some time...

This makes sense, it seemed like it required 2/3 or more throttle before i saw any boost with autometer guage. Cant remember specific rpm, but thought id see the needle move sooner. This is my 1st turbo though.
 
So relieved i dont have to buy a new one, thanks bison.
 

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