Anyone know a place that could refurbish a pair of TD03's?

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Anyone know a place that could refurbish a pair of TD03's?

Post by scheherazade » Tue Jun 15, 2010 8:20 pm

Mitsubishi turbos, for bmw.

Any recommendations?

Have a set with ~1000 miles on them.

I'm basically looking for cleaning, new seals, [verify] balancing.

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Re: Anyone know a place that could refurbish a pair of TD03's?

Post by complacent » Tue Jun 15, 2010 9:24 pm

Locally? Not for Mitsu blowers.

I'd be willing to bet the EVO folks in the area might have a better idea than me. Dumb IHI and their "service-less" cores...

Edit: If anyone around here would know, I'd say it would be our good Dr... Drwrx that is.
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Re: Anyone know a place that could refurbish a pair of TD03's?

Post by Sabre » Tue Jun 15, 2010 9:27 pm

I believe (don't quote me!) that these places will do so:
Precision Turbo
Blouch Performance Turbo
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Re: Anyone know a place that could refurbish a pair of TD03's?

Post by scheherazade » Thu Jun 17, 2010 5:53 pm

Can anyone comment on this thread / the video in this thread.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthrea ... ine&page=2

This is the noise I am trying to make go away.
Apparently about/over 50% of 335 owners (according to the poll) have this sound...

Someone mentioned some flange that apparently the dealer blamed the noise on, any idea what it could be?
(although I've had the dealer explain stuff to me with B.S. before, so I donno if it's even relevant.)

I want to make the sound go away before I sell the car.
If there's an issue, I don't want to pass it on...

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Re: Anyone know a place that could refurbish a pair of TD03's?

Post by Sabre » Fri Jun 18, 2010 10:59 am

lol, sounds like a police car!

My guess would be that there is a leak somewhere. That sounds a LOT like when we have leaking intercooler piping. Any chance you can come to the next DCAWD meet on the 28th at Hard Times in Springfield?
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Re: Anyone know a place that could refurbish a pair of TD03's?

Post by scheherazade » Sat Jun 19, 2010 5:05 am

I checked that stuff, but I could have missed something.

I can swing by if I'm not sent to work by colonial beach.

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