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post #1 of 11 Old 12-09-2005, 11:01 PM Thread Starter
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Should I Buy this kit?

I just received an offer to buy a turbo kit for $2000.00

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SN 95 INCON Twin Turbo kit with HPC coated Garrett GT2871R turbos. The kit includes “flowed” 50 lb Siemens-Deca injectors, Pro-M mass air meter, custom plug wires, air conditioner compressor relocation bracket, all oil lines and drains as well as all turbo/intercooler piping. The only major parts missing/modified are the weld-in frame rail notch and the original INCON mass air meter (modified).

The turbo's have just been replaced not too long ago...

Does it seem like a reasonable price?

also do i have to do anything special to get the 50#'s and Mass air to work on my PIH a9l car?


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post #2 of 11 Old 12-10-2005, 02:12 AM
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Nice price for an Incon TT kit, i'd buy it if i had the money. The frame notch isn't that big, just make something up that fits the area and weld it in. Don't know anything bout the PIH so i couldn't help you there.

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Turbos were replaced not too long ago?

yea, sure they were

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I think that is a great buy.......the 50# injector's are more then likely high imp., and the pro-m should be calibrated already if the kit was working.....as far as the notch, not that big of a deal, you can make that piece yourself......


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Lucky you ! I HAD TO PAY MORE THAN $2000 ! wHEN DID YOU GET THE OFFER FROM HIM FOR $2000 ? ONLY SSAW HIM ASKING #3500 AND THAN $3000 ?
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I received the INCON today and I am very happy. All parts are there and it looks not old at all. He shipped within 2 days :-) Great guy.
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Why does a GT2871R not sound like the right part number for a turbo in a Incon kit?

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Why does a GT2871R not sound like the right part number for a turbo in a Incon kit?
Not sure what you talk about ? I checked before I bought the INCON on the web and the GT28R1 comes up for the 800 tti INCON ?? how do you check what kind of turbo is on There ?
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OK, I checked the turbo and on the turbo the plate shows
Made in Japan
BJ01147
446179-31

and I checked the TurbobyGarrett.com website and it shows up as GT2871R ?

http://www.turbobygarrett.com/turbob...ison_sheet.htm

Why would it not ??
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Well the turbos that came on the Incon kits were hybrids more or less, so a part number off of one would not reference directly. I thought they had 3s and no Rs in what they were called. It has been way too long since I knew their numbers to remember one way or the other.


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Well the turbos that came on the Incon kits were hybrids more or less, so a part number off of one would not reference directly. I thought they had 3s and no Rs in what they were called. It has been way too long since I knew their numbers to remember one way or the other.

Don't know about it. I only checked the number on the turbo and did a googled it and the webside came up. I am not a turbo guru at all. :-)
I know it makes a lot a horsepower ... hehehe .. Does anyone know how this AC relocation works on a SN95 ???
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