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Nissan EXA turbo

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2010/07/15 21:33:25 (permalink)
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Nissan EXA turbo

Hi i just received a exa turbo,from a mate as he bought a bigger one to put on his exa.Will it work on a kent motor,i'm not after big hp just some hp [88]So is it worth putting it on or what.
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james
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    ratta tat tat
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    RE: Nissan EXA turbo 2010/07/17 18:06:49 (permalink)
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    So it will be from a CA18det? It might lag a bit but you'll get more power. Are you going to use blow through, suck through or fuel injection? If you go fuel injected with KA throttle bodies, be sure to keep us posted
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    RE: Nissan EXA turbo 2010/07/17 18:43:41 (permalink)
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    IS it a t25 or t28? i run a t25 on a 1600 comes on boost at 1500rpm
    6psi and stays at that till 6500rpm 123hp at wheels.
    Have had it up to 16pis but the pistons did not last long.
    I here there is one in our club which put out 150hp same turbo
    PJ
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    RE: Nissan EXA turbo 2010/08/15 12:29:56 (permalink)
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    i no im abit late but the he will be refering to a n12 exa turbo, these ran a e15et, with a tiny t2 water or oil cooled turbo, they are only 4 bolt compared to the t25/g/8 5 bolt, very small turbo and get full boost at just over 2,000 on the et turbos and exa's
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    RE: Nissan EXA turbo 2011/03/31 17:46:19 (permalink)
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    The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or shop return that has been used.
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    RE: Nissan EXA turbo 2011/09/24 23:21:48 (permalink)
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    Epic spambot fail right there...
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    RE: Nissan EXA turbo 2011/09/25 07:23:59 (permalink)
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    i would be looking at the flange type , and would only go down that road if you could bolt a bigger turbo on in the future, otherwise i'm thinking the manifold would not be worth making if you couldn't upgrade, eg. i started with a t25, but now  have a t28 , and could easily upgrade again
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