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Z32 Ignitor wiring

This is a wiring diagram for using a common Z32 ignitor on your SR20DET project. The SR20 ignitor is usually broken and hard to find. Wiring in this Z32 ignitor from any 300zx will work great.




  • 240z Floor Pan Fabrication  ( 0 items )

    Tackling  a floor pan restoration is never a fun job. This current 240 we are working on has major frame rail damage and sever floor pan issues. In the photographs below, you can see just how intense and consuming a floor pan job is. If you are doing one for yourself and need help feel free to email us with any questions you may have. If you have a car that need floor pan restoration and would like us to handle it for you, please email us and we can set up an appointment to bring your car in.

     

    Front Floor

     

    Middle of car

     

    Rear section in primer

     

    Starting the front floor pan

     

    Starting the Mid Pan

     

    Rear Frame Rail starting

     

    Starting the rear pan

     

    Spot welding the front floor pan

     

    Middle of floor tack welded

     

     

  • Nitrous Information  ( 0 items )

     

    Nitrous Wiring © Nitrous Express

    This is the basic wiring diagram for your NX nitrous system.

    If you have any questions pertaining to your application, please don't hesitate to call or email

    Nitrous Wiring Diagram

    LS1 Single Nozzle NX EFI

    RWHP NITROUS FUEL
    50HP 35N 18F
    75HP
    41N 22F
    100HP
    52N 28F
    150HP 62N 33F

     

  • Torque Converters  ( 0 items )
     
    THE TRUTH ABOUT TORQUE CONVERTER PRICES
     
    When talking about high performance street car torque converters a subject that is talked about a lot is price. The people who like low prices make statements like “You get a lot of bang for the buck”. The people who will pay more make statements like “You only get what you pay for”. Well I think both people are correct to some degree. The low priced person might not like the sound or the feel of the “bang” when he gets it and the higher price payer might not know if he is getting what he paid for. The “Johnny come lately” high performance street torque converter companies are all trying to get in this market. They look at our products that our customers are buying and want a piece of the so-called “gravy” as they see it. Some of these companies manufacture their own torque converters and some have a stock torque converter rebuilder build their product. These last vendors and their rebuilding companies know nothing about race torque converters or high performance street torque converters and must be thinking there is a “sucker born every minute”. If you investigate their product line you will find that most of their line is regutted stock torque converters! They jump in talking BS and throwing around low prices making statements like “just as good as” or “our quality is second to none” all things they cannot backup. The other amazing part is most of the companies coming from the racing industry side of torque converter building have spent 10, 20 or even 30 years and still do not have a majority share of their own market. Now they are coming to the high performance street converter side of the business to jump in and try to grab market share with a product of less quality and performance. Some of these newcomers will disappear quickly and some will hang on like a bad cold but in the end if any of these newbies are going to survive on this side of the business they will have to invest in quality, research and development. Some of the new comers are buying our products and trying to copy the technology but without R&D and knowing the engineering dynamics of torque converter technology they are doomed to always being 2-3 steps behind. You cannot use existing OEM parts such as stock covers, clutches, lining, hubs, etc. and get a quality part that will operate correctly and dependably in a high performance street torque converter. Our competitors use these types of parts and are charging $500-$700 (more for a higher stall) for a mostly stock 4 or 6 cylinder torque converter. There is no possible way this product is worth any more than $250-$300. I hear and read comments of how Precision Industries torque converters are over priced and Joe Blows torque converter is just as good. These people know about as much about high performance street torque converters as the young man flipping hamburgers at McDonalds. Don’t feel bad most people that build torque converters for a living don’t know any more about torque converters than the people making the above statements. The only way the buying public learns about high performance street torque converters is by what is said by some self proclaimed expert or written in the forums on the Internet. This education is like asking a person filing for bankruptcy how to get rich. If you want to know the real facts about torque converters then call the people that manufacture them and don’t depend on someone who thinks he knows torque converters because he bought one for his or her car.

    To prove my point I made earlier let us dissect the price of a Precision Industries LS1 single plate torque converter and see who is paying too much, Mr. Low or Mr. High. A Precision Industries high performance street torque converter sells on average from $699-$750 through most of our dealer network. Precision Industries uses a billet cover, which we manufacture from scratch (most of our competitors do not have this capability) for a cost of around $200. I know the no experienced experts are going to say “no way” does it cost that much but it does. This is why our competitors do not want to use them. They all say, “It is to much money”. Now let us just remove the cost of this one item and look at what the price of a Precision Industries LS1 high performance street torque converter would sell for. We will have to add the cost of a welded up stock cover because these do cost money to make. I estimated the cost to be $29-$33 for Preision Industries to make one like those used by most lower priced companies. Lets subtract $200 (billet over) from $750 (dealer selling price), and then add $33 (competitors front cover). This would make our Precision Industries LS1 high performance street torque converter sell for $583. This is about the price of our low priced competitors.But remember, our Precision Industries LS1 high performance street torque converter still has the 1. Special lockup clutch 2. Special clutch lining 3. Special turbine hub 4. Special braced turbine 5. Special impeller hub mount not counting other differences.

    I ask you in all honesty “WHO IS PAYING TO MUCH NOW?”

     

     

     

     

    Precision Industries Warranty

    Precision Industries warrants that each torque converter manufactured or sold by Precision Industries will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period of 24 months. Precision Industries' sole obligation under this warranty shall be to repair or replace, at its option, the defective converter at no charge to the customer. Under no circumstance will Precision Industries be liable for any oil, towing, labor or rental vehicle charges.
    As a condition of this warranty the customer must return any allegedly defective product, freight prepaid to Precision Industries, 80 Pierce Rd., Oakland, TN 38060, accompanied by a packing slip indicating the shipper, a copy of the original invoice and a returned merchandise authorization (RMA) number, obtained from Precision Industries. This warranty does not apply to unsatisfactory product performance which is attributed in whole or in part, to any factor, condition or circumstance other than defects in material or workmanship. Without limiting the foregoing, this warranty shall be null and void if repair or replacement is required because of improper installation, accident, physical or electrical stress, neglect, misuse or any other cause other than the ordinary and intended use for which the product was designed, or if the product has been dismantled, altered or repaired by the customer or by any third party. This warranty expressly does not cover loss or injury from the use of the product.

     

  • Mustang Information  ( 0 items )

     

    5.0 MUSTANG MAF WIRING


    MAF Conversion Chart

    © Don@LRT

     

    Mustang Spark Plugs © Corral.net

    5.0
    Stock E7 heads:
    AUTOLITE
    stock--stock 25 (5) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    1 step colder--24 (4) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    2 step colder--23 (3) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    -----AR133 (3) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----AR132 (2) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----AR131 (1) [*recessed tip, racing plug]

    NGK
    stock--(UR45) 6945 (Heat Range - 4) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    1 step colder--(UR55) 2248 (5) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    2 step colder--(UR6) 7773 (6) [14m, .460 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    -----(R5673-8) 3249 (8) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----(R5673-9) 3442 (9) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----(R5673-10) 4050 (10) [*recessed tip, racing plug]


    GT40 Heads:
    AUTOLITE
    stock--765 (Heat Range - 5) [14mm, .708 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    1 step colder--764 (4) or 104 (4) [14mm, .708 Reach, 5/8" Hex]**
    2 step colder--103 (3) [14mm, .708 Reach, 5/8" Hex]**
    -----AR473 (3) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----AR472 (2) [*recessed tip, racing plug]

    **The difference between the 764 plug and the 104/103 plug is the thread. The 764 plug is a half thread whereas the 104/103 plug is a full thread. The full thread plugs are duplicates of the half thread plugs in every other aspect, they both protrude the same amount into the combustion chamber.

    NGK
    stock--(TR4) 3754 (Heat Range - 4) [14mm, .708 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    1 step colder--(TR55) 3951 (5) [14mm, .708 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    2 step colder--(TR6) 4177 (6) [14mm, .708 Reach, 5/8" Hex]
    -----(B8EFS) 1049 (8) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----(B9EFS) 1085 (9) [*recessed tip, racing plug]

    TFS, Edelbrock, and AFR Heads:
    [14mm, 3/4" Reach, 5/8" Hex, gasket seat]
    AUTOLITE
    1 step colder--3924 (4) [*recommended starting point]
    2 step colder--3923 (3)
    -----AR3933 (3) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----AR3932 (2) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----AR3931 (1) [*recessed tip, racing plug]

    NGK
    1 step colder--(FR5) 3686 (5) [*recommended starting point]
    2 step colder--(BKR6EY) 3696 (6)
    -----(R5671A-8) 4554 (8) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----(R5671A-9) 5238 (9) [*recessed tip, racing plug]
    -----(R5671A-10) 5820 (10) [*recessed tip, racing plug]

    MOTORCRAFT
    1 step colder--AWSF22C
    2 step colder--AWSF32C


    4.6
    MOTORCRAFT
    stock--AWSF-32C (copper)
    1 step colder--AWSF-22C (copper)
    2 step colder--AWSFA-12C (copper)
    AGSF-32C--FRPP heads

    NGK
    stock--TR-55/ 3951
    1 step colder--TR-6 4177
    1 step colder--NGK TR6
    1 step colder--NGK BR6EF (Non-projected, resistor, v-groove copper)
    2 step colder--NGK BR7EF (Non-projected, resistor, v-groove copper)
    2 step colder--BP7EFS [PN - 3526] BR7EF [PN - 3346]
    2.5 step colder--R5724-8 [PN - 7317]
    3 step colder--R5724-9 [PN - 7891]
    4 step colder--R5724-10 [PN - 7993]

    AUTOLITE
    stock--764
    1 step colder--103
    2 step colder--AR94
    3 step colder--AR93
    4 step colder--AR92

    CHAMPION
    YS-59C

    DENSO
    stock--IT16
    1 step colder--IT20
    2 step colder--IT22
    3 step colder--IT24

     

     

  • Intercoolers  ( 0 items )

    Why is an intercooler important?
    The by product of compressing air is heat and heat is bad! When you cool the temperature of the incoming air charge you do two essential things. First, cool air becomes more dense then hot air. The dense charge allows the engine to make more power. Along with this cooler charge, the engine becomes less prone to detonation, which allows you to run more power in a safer threshold. Anytime you build a forced induction system, proper intercooling is key.

    Air to Air intercooler flow

    What factors should I look at?
    You want an intercooler that is both efficient and effective. By efficient, we are talking about the ability to maintain boost over the entire intercooler surface. You will always see a pressure drop across the intercooler, too much and it doesn't work in your favor - too little and it is probably not cooling efficiently. Placing a boost guage on each end tank will allow you to see what the loss is across the intercooler, or just call us and we can let you know which intercoolers we have found to work in certain situations. 

    Air to Air intercooler with good flow

    Air to Air bad flow


     

    Garrett Intercooler Cores

     

    Part Number
    Hot Flow
    Length (in)
    No Flow
    Height (in)
    Cold Flow
    Width (in)
    Core Weight
    (lbs.)
    * Horsepower
    Type
    703521-6001
    6.0
    12.0
    4.5
    9.0
    180
    BP
    703519-6001
    6.0
    12.3
    3.5
    7.3
    200
    BP
    703517-6001
    6.0
    12.3
    3.0
    6.2
    210
    BP
    713447-0001
    17.4
    5.4
    3.1
    5.0
    227
    TF
    703521-6002
    8.0
    12.0
    4.5
    11.2
    235
    BP
    703519-6002
    8.0
    12.4
    3.5
    8.8
    275
    BP
    703517-6002
    8.0
    12.4
    3.0
    8.1
    285
    BP
    753447-6002
    22.0
    5.5
    2.3
    6.8
    290
    BP
    703518-6015
    18.0
    6.3
    3.0
    7.3
    310
    BP
    753447-6001
    22.0
    6.3
    2.3
    7.6
    320
    BP
    703520-6012
    18.0
    6.3
    3.5
    8.9
    340
    BP
    703517-6003
    10.0
    12.3
    3.0
    9.5
    370
    BP
    703519-6003
    10.0
    12.3
    3.5
    10.4
    375
    BP
    703521-6003
    10.0
    12.0
    4.5
    13.1
    375
    BP
    703518-6016
    18.0
    7.9
    3.0
    8.9
    385
    BP
    753447-6003
    22.0
    7.9
    2.3
    9.3
    400
    BP
    703520-6003
    16.0
    12.0
    3.5
    15.3
    400
    BP
    700618-6001
    15.8
    10.4
    3.8
    24.4
    400
    BP
    703520-6025
    18.0
    7.9
    3.5
    10.8
    425
    BP
    751341-6001
    13.0
    17.4
    2.0
    20.0
    475
    BP
    703518-6018
    24.0
    6.3
    3.0
    9.9
    475
    BP
    703518-6001
    12.0
    12.0
    3.0
    10.5
    475
    BP
    703520-6001
    12.0
    12.0
    3.5
    11.8
    475
    BP
    703522-6001
    12.0
    12.0
    4.5
    14.1
    480
    BP
    703520-6009
    24.0
    6.3
    3.5
    11.6
    500
    BP
    703518-6017
    18.0
    10.3
    3.0
    11.2
    510
    BP
    713372-6001
    17.4
    10.3
    3.1
    8.8
    525
    TF
    753447-6004
    22.0
    10.3
    2.3
    11.8
    530
    BP
    703520-6002
    14.0
    12.0
    3.5
    13.4
    550
    BP
    703520-6026
    18.0
    10.3
    3.5
    13.7
    575
    BP
    703518-6002
    14.0
    12.0
    3.0
    12.2
    575
    BP
    703522-6002
    14.0
    12.0
    4.5
    16.3
    575
    BP
    487085-6002
    20.1
    11.2
    3.0
    15.2
    600
    BP
    753447-6005
    22.0
    12.0
    2.3
    13.5
    600
    BP
    703518-6019
    24.0
    7.9
    3.0
    12.0
    600
    BP
    703520-6010
    24.0
    7.9
    3.5
    13.8
    600
    BP
    703518-6003
    16.0
    12.0
    3.0
    13.9
    650
    BP
    703520-6004
    18.0
    12.0
    3.5
    16.4
    650
    BP
    703522-6003
    16.0
    12.0
    4.5
    18.2
    650
    BP
    753447-6006
    22.0
    14.6
    2.3
    16.1
    750
    BP
    703518-6004
    18.0
    12.1
    3.0
    15.6
    750
    BP
    703522-6008
    18.0
    11.2
    4.5
    17.0
    750
    BP
    703518-6020
    24.0
    10.3
    3.0
    15.2
    775
    BP
    703522-6004
    18.0
    12.0
    4.5
    19.8
    785
    BP
    703520-6011
    24.0
    10.3
    3.5
    17.8
    800
    BP
    485740-6002
    27.8
    12.0
    3.3
    13.7
    900
    TF
    703518-6005
    24.0
    12.1
    3.0
    19.4
    900
    BP
    703520-6005
    24.0
    12.0
    3.5
    20.3
    925
    BP
    703522-6005
    24.0
    12.0
    4.5
    26.2
    950
    BP
    485257-6001
    25.4
    15.5
    2.6
    13.0
    975
    TF
    486827-6002
    23.7
    12.0
    3.8
    23.7
    1000
    BP
    701596-6001
    27.8
    12.7
    5.1
    31.4
    1260
    BP
    485643-6003
    27.6
    18.6
    3.1
    23.5
    1450
    TF
    485736-6001
    31.5
    21.8
    3.12
    31.2
    2250
    TF
    © Garrett
  • Blow Off Valves  ( 0 items )

    Why do I need a blow off valve?
    A blow off valve allows the air trapped inside your charge pipes to escape when the throttle blade snaps closed. This is crucial to the life of your turbo becuase without it, the pressurized air will head back toward the turbo and try to stop the compressor wheel from spinning. The sound of 'compressor surge' is a wonderful sound, but it is horrible for everything involved. 

    If you are experiencing compressor surge, you may want to switch to a better blow off valve or add another quality blow off valve to your setup. 

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  • Turbo Information  ( 0 items )

     

    At first, it is pretty confusing trying to figure out what turbo you need. It is even more complicated trying to figure out what means what! Hopefully this guide will help you understand more about turbo nomenclature and sizing. Some of the information contained in this section is © Garrett and some from Precision. Other information is common knowledge and some from us.

    Turbo Nomenclature

    The first step in selecting the right turbo for your build is knowing how to read and identify the turbo. Garrett has somewhat standardized this process and the following information pertains to both Garrett and Precision models.

    Every model will follow a naming structure like this - GT XX YY ZZ (ie. GT4202R)

    GT - Commonly, a turbo from Garrett will begin with GT. Precision is often PT or SC, neither of which really means anything to the end user.

    XX - The XX represents the frame size of the turbine wheel inducer. The larger the number, the larger the turbine wheel. (ie. a GT42 is larger then a GT35) Don't know what a turbine wheel inducer is? Click here to find out.

    YY - The YY represents the compressor wheel exducer. While a larger number will be a larger wheel, after 100mm the 1 is omitted (ie. GT4202 is a 102mm compressor wheel exducer) For an explanation of a compressor wheel exducer, click here.

    ZZ - The ZZ is often used to represent special features of a turbo. The most common letter you see here is an R which means the unit is Ball Bearing. Sometimes, these letters mean nothing or represent something so insignificant to the end user that they need not be used.

    Turbo Cutaway

     

    This diagram ( © Garrett) is very helpful when trying to ID parts and sections of a turbo.Compressor and Turbine Wheels

    Turbo wheels

    What is an Inducer?
    This is kind of confusing at first, but it will make sense if you think about it.
    The Inducer is where flow (fresh air or exhaust gases) enter the wheel. On the compressor wheel, flow enters from the front of the wheel on the smallest part. This is the compressors inducer. On a turbine wheel, the exhaust enters on the largest part of the wheel, making it the inducer.
    Compressor inducer = smallest wheel diameter
    Turbine inducer = largest wheel diameter
     
    What is an Exducer?
    The exducer is the other side of the wheel in either case. Meaning, the exducer is where the flow exits the wheel. Since the compressor inducer is the small part of the wheel the compressor exducer is the largest part, or the part where the air exits the wheel. The turbine exducer would be the smallest part, leading into the downpipe.
    Compressor exducer = largest wheel diameter
    Turbine exducer = smallest wheel diameter
    Remember that the YY will always represent the compressor wheel exducer.
     
    What is the trim?
    Trim refers to the difference in inducer and exducer sizing. A larger trim number represents a wheel with a larger step from inducer to exducer.
     
    What is A/R?
    The A/R of a turbo represents the area vs. the radius of the turbo housings. A larger A/R will effect spool and overall power output. Too small of an turbine A/R will choke a motor at high rpms, while too big will increase lag significantly. Too small of a compressor A/R would suffocate a motor, while too large would also increase lag. Typical A/Rs would look like - .83, .96, 1.02
    In this crude diagram below, you can kind of see what we are talking about.
     
    A/R Ratio

    Which turbo is right for me?
    You thought you had it all figured out! This is the fun part. First step is to carefully select and prioritize your goals. Turbo selection will vary greatly depending on your engine/transmission/rear end combination. It will also change with HP goals. Is your car a daily driver or a race car? Subtle things also effect your selection, personal choices like spool time and the ability to grow with the turbo. This is where a good, knowledgeable tech can really help you out. Obviously, we suggest you give us a call and we can walk you thru the steps of choosing the right turbo. We have years of experience with tons of different turbos on hundreds of different applications.

     

     

    Mid Frame Turbos

     

    MODEL HP RATING
    EXHAUST A/R
    EXHAUST WHEEL COMP WHEEL
    GT427094900

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.200" (81.3mm)

    Exducer

    2.960" (75mm)

    Inducer

    2.768" (70.3mm)

    Exducer

    4.030" (102.2mm)

         
    GT427402 1,100

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.200" (81.3mm)

    Exducer

    2.960" (75mm)

    Inducer

    2.942" (74.7mm)

    Exducer

    4.030" (102.2mm)

         
    GT427402R 1,100

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.200" (81.3mm)

    Exducer

    2.960" (75mm)

    Inducer

    2.942" (74.7mm)

    Exducer

    4.030" (102.2mm)

         
    GT427094R 900

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.200" (81.3mm)

    Exducer

    2.960" (75mm)

    Inducer

    2.942" (74.7mm)

    Exducer

    4.030" (102.2mm)

         
    PT88 1,200
    0.96

    Inducer

    3.74" (95mm)

    Exducer

    3.307" (84mm)

    Inducer

    3.46" (87.8mm)

    Exducer

    4.63" (117.6mm)

         
    GT427602R 1,200

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.200" (81.3mm)

    Exducer

    2.960" (75mm)

    Inducer

    3.020" (76.7mm)

    Exducer

    4.030" (102.3mm)

         
    GT457602R
    1,200

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.425" (87mm)

    Exducer

    3.024" (76.8mm)

    Inducer

    3.020" (76.7mm)

    Exducer

    4.030" (102.3mm)

         
    GT457808R
    1,250

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.425" (87mm)

    Exducer

    3.157" (80.2mm)

    Inducer

    3.097" (78.6mm)

    Exducer

    4.252" (108mm)

         
    GT458008R
    1,350

    .98 Divided

    1.00

    1.12 Divided

    1.14

    1.27

    1.28 Divided

    1.44 Divided

    Inducer

    3.425" (87mm)

    Exducer

    3.157" (80.2mm)

    Inducer

    3.182" (80.8mm)

    Exducer

    4.252" (108mm)

         
    GT4780081,3500.96

    Inducer

    3.650" (92.7mm)

    Exducer

    3.290" (83.6mm)

    Inducer

    3.182" (80.8mm)

    Exducer

    4.252" (108mm)

         
    GT478818
    1,500
    0.96

    Inducer

    4.386" (111.4mm)

    Exducer

    4.020" (102.1mm)

     

    Inducer

    3.460" (87.9mm)

    Exducer

    4.620" (118mm)

    © Precision Turbo
  • Wastegate Information  ( 0 items )

     

    WASTEGATE MYTHS from TurboSmart

     

    The more powerful the engine, the bigger the wastegate you need.

    This is one of the more popular misconceptions. Use this simple guide before setting out to find the biggest wastegate you can afford.


    Big Turbo/Low Boost = Bigger Wastegate
    Big Turbo/High Boost = Smaller Wastegate
    Small Turbo/High Boost = Smaller Wastegate
    Small Turbo/Low Boost = Bigger Wastegate


    Wastegates don't really need to cope with high temperatures.

    Contrary to the popular belief, external wastegates are usually mounted at the hottest part of the exhaust. It's the place where all the exhaust gases meet, creating extra heat. This combined with the late combustion of unburnt fuel significantly raises the exhaust temperature. Check the temperature rating of the wastegate to make sure it's suitable for your application.

    The larger the wastegate valve diameter, the bigger the flow.

    While the valve diameter is, without a doubt, an important part of the flow rate, equally important, but often misunderstood, is the importance of the valve travel. When comparing wastegates, don't be guided only by the valve size, check the amount of valve lift. In most cases it's more beneficial to have a wastegate with a smaller valve and long valve travel as this will give you a better control of your turbo resulting in a smoother boost curve.

    © Turbosmart

    Tial 38mm Springs (F38/F40/F41)

     

    BARPSICOLOR
    .25 3.626 SMALL YELLOW
    .4
    5.802SMALL RED
    .5
    7.252 SMALL GREEN
    .6
    8.702 SMALL BLUE
    .7
    10.153 LARGE YELLOW
    .8
    11.603 LARGE RED
    .9
    13.053 LARGE GREEN
    1.0 14.504 LARGE BLUE


    Tial 44mm Springs (V44,F46)

    BARPSICOLOR
    .2 2.901 SMALL YELLOW
    .3 4.351 SMALL RED
    .4 5.802 SMALL GREEN
    .5
    7.252 SMALL BLUE
    .6
    8.702 LARGE YELLOW
    .7
    10.153 LARGE RED
    .8
    11.603 LARGE GREEN
    .9
    13.053 LARGE BLUE


    Install Diagram

    WastegatePlumbing

     

    Warranty Information for TurboSmart wastegates

     

    A. WARRANTY PERIODS
    One Year Limited Warranty on all Turbosmart products

    B. WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS, LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS

    1. All returned products must be accompanied with the TURBOSMART USA Customer Warranty Form, vailable for downloading at the bottom of this page. All fields on the Customer Warranty Form must be completed. Warranties may be rejected if the Warranty Form is returned incomplete.

    2. Returned products must be accompanied with a copy of the original receipt/invoice to show valid proof of purchase from an authorized Turbosmart dealer/distributor. Dealer name, invoice date, invoice number and part number(s) must clearly be shown on the invoice.

    3. Returned products must include all necessary components for testing. All components must be inspected during comprehensive testing and should necessary components be missing, the warranty claim may be rejected. For example, the Eboost must be returned with all key components including the control unit, solenoid valve, harnesses, and vacuum hoses, not just the suspected component.

    4. If the serial number (electronic items) or any anti-tampering device is damaged or removed, the warranty is void.

    5. Warranties are limited to material and manufacturing defects only. Turbosmart will NOT honor warranty requests that involve damages caused by the following:
    • improper installation or use of the product
    • usage in conjunction with an incompatible or damaged part
    • disassembly, alteration, or modification to the product
    • attempted repair or rework not authorized by Turbosmart
    • improper maintenance and care of product
    • constant exposure to corrosive conditions, such as salt, mud, water
    • accident, negligence, theft, vandalism, fire, and other such causes not related to manufacturing and design issues

    6. This warranty policy covers Turbosmart USA products distributed and sold through authorized Turbosmart USA distributors and dealers in the United States and Canada (“Region”). Products purchased outside of the Region and brought into the Region without the authorization of Turbosmart USA are expressly excluded from this warranty.

    7. This warranty provides specifi legal rights, and other rights may be available, which may very from state to state/province to province, the sole and exclusive remedies under the warranty shall be limited, at TURBOSMART USA’s exclusive discretion and subject to the time limitations herein, to: (1) replacement of any nonconforming or defective parts; or (2) repair of any nonconforming or defective parts; or (3) credit of the purchase price for any nonconforming or defective parts.

    8. TURBOSMART USA’s warranty herein is in lieu of and exclude all other warranties of TURBOSMART USA or any parent or affiliate company of TURBOSMART USA, whether express, implied, statuatory or otherwise created under applicable law, including, but not limited to, any warranty of merchantability and/or any warranty of fitness for a particular purpose or use or whether arising from statute or common law, contract or tort, including, but not limited to, any negligent or reckless conduct on the part of TURBOSMART USA or any parent or affiliate company of TURBOSMART USA be liable for special, incidental or consequential damages, loss of profits, personal injuries, death, damage to property or loss of use of property.

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