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ok i got a turbo off a saab it's a T3 now i will be boosting my B16 in my crx si. would it be a good idea to rebuild it or should it be fine the fines spine freely and there is very little shaft play ! i have found one site that will do it for $200 is this a good price or not . i have seen rebuild kits on e bay for $75.has anyone heard of them or had work done by them?
14b (90-94 DSM), T25 (95-99 DSM) and T3 Turbo rebuilds $200 for all parts, labor, and shipping back to you

If your turbo is burning oil, has shaft-play, if you just want to get a rebuild for preventative maintence, or want to rebuild your turbo before putting it on your car, I can help you out. I can rebuild all 14b, T25 and T3 turbos as long as the compressor and/or turbine wheels have not come in contact with the respective housings (noticable by wear marks).

Here is what your turbo gets:

- All new bearings, seals, o-rings, etc.
- Properly balanced
- Thourghly cleaned inside and out, including all turbo components (compressor/turbine wheels, shaft, etc.)

In addition, I will mirror-polish the insides of both turbine and compressor housings. This means that you will get less carbon buildup, much better air/exhaust flow, and less heat build-up. A ceramic-coating on the outsides of both compressor and exhaust housings will also be done to help keep the turbo running cooler as well as make it look better.

I will also include proper break-in instructions for your turbo, as I have seen too many people ruin brand-new turbos by not following proper break-in procedures.

Most places charge $300+ for just a rebuild with up to a month turn-around! I am only asking $200 for all parts, labor, and shipping back to you.

Rebuild turn-around time is about 1 week or so from the time I receive the turbo and it will be shipped to you via 2-3day mail insured with tracking.
http://www.hondainfosource.com/
 

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come one some one has to know ???????????? anyone anyone ???
 

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How much did the Saab T3 cost you?
 

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$50 plus i got a bunch of other stuff with it !! :D
why do you ask ???
 

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Well since it was cheap, it would be worth rebuilding as long as its in at least decent shape. If you paid like $200(ripoff) or more, add on the cost of having someone rebuild it for you and it starts getting close to the price of a new one.

Your other option is to just use it as-is and get another if it craps on you. If its in good shape then it should work fine, at least until you totally wear it out. BTW-what else came with the turbo?
 

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well I think I am going to have it rebuilt just so I don't go throw all that work and have it turn out cooked thank man ..
o ya I I got 2 sets of g1 injectors the 445cc and two Bov's from a G1 too. I took the bov from the Saab but I don't know if I will use it or not most likely I will just see if I can sell it . the injector look really good shape. got the down pipe too which seem to be 3" so will be useing that too .. cant beat all that for $50!!
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