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Turbocharger : Garrett GT35R (Multiple Versions/Options)

Turbocharger : Garrett GT35R (Multiple Versions/Options)

  • $1,795.00


Garrett GT35-R Turbocharger Features

  • Dual ball bearings – Fastest spool up, unmatched strength
  • High efficiency turbine & compressor wheels yielding more airflow and less heat
  • Center bearing housing ports for coolant – water or oil
    (coolant ports not used on air-cooled 911 engine applications)
  • Turbine housing is cast from high-nickel "Ni-Resist" material for extreme applications – ideal for air-cooled applications

These incredibly efficient turbochargers are rated up to 62 lbs. airflow and support up to 620 HP.  

Experience Shows
with repeated dyno tests have proven their boost response is far superior to any KKK or hybrid "HiFlow" turbocharger.

Compressor Housings Options (Inch Units)

  • "RS" Ported Shroud Intake – Reduces compressor surge, 4.00 Inlet / 2.50 Outlet 
  • “S” Type Housing – Greatest peak flow capacity, 4.00 Inlet / 2.50 Outlet
  • “E” Type Housing – Easiest installation into a 911 Turbo, 3.00 Inlet / 2.00 Outlet

    *We offer polishing and / or flow polishing available for all compressor housings.


Turbine H
ousing Options (Inch Units)

  • T3 (K27) inlet flange – direct bolt on to your 911 Turbo exhaust manifold
    with GT31 outlet, 4-bolt 3.00 ID
  • T3 (K27) inlet flange – direct bolt on to your 911 Turbo exhaust manifold
    with T31 outlet, 4-bolt 2.00 ID
  • T3 (K27) inlet flange – direct bolt on to you 911 Turbo exhaust manifold
    with 3.00 V-band outlet
  • Divided T3 (K27) inlet flange – direct bolt on to you 911 Turbo exhaust manifold
    with 3.00 V-band outlet
  • T-04 inlet flange – greatest airflow capacity
    with 3.00 V-band outlet

    Ceramic thermal barrier or cosmetic ceramic coating available for all turbine housings.

Customer Reviews:

"Turbocharger response is excellent. Couldn't ask for anything more.  BTW, had it dyno'd after the exhaust and it made 350/350 hp/tq.  Quite a jump from 320ish hp and tq from before.  It starts to go lean above 5800 rpm so for now I don't go past 5800.  I need to tweak the WUR.  Before with the old quad tip borla and K27HFS, it would pull all the way to redline without going lean at all.  Quite a difference now."

Erik K., Lakewood, CA, USA  | 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3L

 


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