It may be worth more if you get it fixed. 4Jenna has a place in AZ that worked well for him I think. He may see this and comment.
I have had Precision look at a bad PT78 I had but it was very expensive to fix. I only got a $250 for it which was basically the value of the housing. Mine was overspun and the center shaft was twisted.
I hear a lot of people doing business with Supernatural turbo now (may have another new name now??)
Without a full tear down and inspection the true state of the turbo is unknown. Bad things happen when debris hit a spinning turbine wheel.
I had a turbine wheel replaced in a similar turbo for 300-400$ If I recall correctly. That was seals and balancing also. If your interested in getting it fixed I recc Turbos Direct in Glendale, AZ.
Sending it to Precision will be big, big $$
if i were to buy it the whole turbo would need to be rebuilt by a reputable company before i would trust it. so take the cost of having it rebuilt, then add the value of the housing and center section to come up with a reasonable sales price. but depending on the cost of the rebuild and sale price, it may seem worth it to alot of people to just to go ahead and buy a brand new unit
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