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Old Jul 22, 2015, 08:59 PM   #46
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I contacted them through DSMTuners and was quoted $550 to convert an Evo IX turbo over to a generic FPRed (as shown above). I you wanted to buy the turbo already converted from them it was $950.

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Old Jul 23, 2015, 05:20 AM   #47
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I contacted them through DSMTuners and was quoted $550 to convert an Evo IX turbo over to a generic FPRed (as shown above). I you wanted to buy the turbo already converted from them it was $950.

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How long ago did you get that quote? Just wondering because early 2014 I got a quote of $700 and I linked to this thread to make sure we were talking about the same turbo.
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Old Jul 23, 2015, 08:32 PM   #48
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I traded PM' s with him back in Feb of this year, if you can get this turbo at that price, it would be pretty had to pass up.
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Old Jul 23, 2015, 08:39 PM   #49
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Old Jul 27, 2015, 05:10 AM   #50
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I traded PM' s with him back in Feb of this year, if you can get this turbo at that price, it would be pretty had to pass up.
The price I was quoted was to send mine stock ix turbo in and have it rebuilt so they got cheaper!

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Old Oct 9, 2015, 03:32 PM   #51
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bump for some more turbo lab testimonials. so it looks like the comparable fp red equivalent here would be the gt(x)3076?? i'm pretty much looking for fp red characteristics without the fp red price...
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bump for some more turbo lab testimonials. so it looks like the comparable fp red equivalent here would be the gt(x)3076?? i'm pretty much looking for fp red characteristics without the fp red price...
No the gtx3076 is 4mm bigger then a fp red. They now make a ef3 spec turbo which has a 7 blade compressor wheel that is 56x76mm. 2mm bigger than a red.

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No the gtx3076 is 4mm bigger then a fp red. They now make a ef3 spec turbo which has a 7 blade compressor wheel that is 56x76mm. 2mm bigger than a red.
thanks for the that info- where are you getting it from? the turbolab website is kind of ****ty lol
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thanks for the that info- where are you getting it from? the turbolab website is kind of ****ty lol
Shoot them an email. [email protected]
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Shoot them an email. [email protected]
good luck getting in contact with them. i tried getting an upgraded evo 9 chra and compressor cover from them for over 2 months now to swap out on my existing turbo lab 60x83 turbo(evo 8 chra and cover) mated to a td06h4r turbine. i even spoke to one of them over the phone and we had it all figured out. he was supposed to send a paypal invoice over so i can pay, fast forward two months and multiple emails/calls and nothing still. i understand they're busy and they put out a great product but whats the point if nobody can buy anything or the process takes so long you become discouraged and don't want to business with them anymore. sorry for the rant but its kind of frustrating when a company offers a product that you need and can't even order it due to horrible customer service(not picking up calls/not returning emails).
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Old Nov 27, 2015, 11:41 AM   #57
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@cvnick did you manage to sort it out with them? I just sent a PTE6266 & Evo 9 for a rebuild. I was hoping it would be a quick turnaround.
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How does this turbo feel on the street ? Does it feel laggy I'm considering the ef4/35r or the 3076 or ef3 style turbo from them
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I just got two turbos rebuilt by Ian.
Good service and really nice work.

Will post results soon.
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