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Old 03-17-2004, 12:38 PM   #1
DeadBolt Enterprises
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OMGHi2U Porting, Ceramic coating, Turbo Rebuilds

Greetings folks!

Glad to see a services forum, it helps make our other ad a little easier to read.

MONSTER PORT SERVICE
We have been and still do perform what we refer to as our Monster Port service on turbos. This service has been under development for two years now and provdes several benefits: Better response, quicker spoolup, reduced boost creep, better "roll-on" acceleration, and quicker torque peak. Unlike most other porting services which simply smooth out the dimples and casting marks in the piece they are working on our system is different. We port match the exhaust housing to the downpipe gasket, resculpt the inside of the exhaust housing heavily, oversize the wastegate to help prevent boost creep, then smooth the area where the exhaust gasses enter the exhaust housing. The Monster Port service costs $195 plus shipping (shipping is on special thru April 1 at $2.99 for standard ground.)

We also offer other services:
REBUILD SERVICE
Most standard rebuilds start at only $250 plus shipping. Email us at deadbolt@aol.com for exact quotes.

We are not limited to rebuilds on Subaru turbos alone, we work on every make and model!

We now have a fully-functional Ceramic Coating Facility here on-site! For those not familiar with ceramic coating or its benefits please check out www.deadboltspeed.com/ceramic.htm for more info. You can also see several samples of our work.

CERAMIC COATING!

Black Xtreme (semi-gloss black, stable to 2000 degrees) Suitable for steel, stainless, and cast iron.
Standard Silver-Grey (bright-flat silver, stable to 1600 degrees) recommended for aluminum.
Dark Grey (flat grey, stable to 1600 degrees) Can be used on aluminum, steel, stainless, or cast iron.

Black Xtreme coating on exhaust housing - standard turbo - $75 plus Shipping
Standard Silver-grey on compressor housing - standard turbo - $45 plus shipping
Dark Grey - Compressor housing - $45 exhaust housing - $75 plus shipping.

Black Xtreme - UPPIPE - $75 + shipping
Black Xtreme - WRX style header - $125 + shipping

We can coat certain other parts, please feel free to email us at deadbolt@aol.com with any questions or for a custom quote.

NEW SERVICE! Put a BIG 'OL wheel in YOUR turbo!

That's right! We are now offering the service of putting big wheels in YOUR turbo! Why pay obscene amounts of money for an 1818 or 1820 when we can perform the service for you! Feel free to email us at deadbolt@aol.com for more information!


Many other services also available including turbo housing repair, aluminum welding repair, etc. Please feel free to email deadbolt@aol.com with any questions.
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Old 03-27-2004, 06:57 AM   #2
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Old 04-14-2004, 05:57 PM   #3
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Sent my turbo! The money will be in your paypal soon.

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Old 04-15-2004, 02:05 AM   #4
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by saying "put a big O'wheel in your turbo", does this mean that you can upgrade my 16G to an 18G? or does this just apply to VF series turbos? thanks, keep up the good work guys.
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Old 04-15-2004, 08:36 PM   #5
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What's the turnaround time for JUST a port service on my stocker?

Also, why is it $195 + shipping when all you do is bring a dremel to it for 5 min?
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Old 07-22-2004, 09:06 PM   #6
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What's the turnaround time for JUST a port service on my stocker?

Also, why is it $195 + shipping when all you do is bring a dremel to it for 5 min?

I also port turbos, and I can tell you that you could not be more wrong about what tools to use, and how long it takes to PROPERLY port a turbo
I use
Air die grinder and 4-5 different bits, and a rotozip with 3-4 different bits. It also takes an hour+. And I dont open up the wastegate at all(I do something else to it, but there is NO NEED WHATSOEVER to enlarge it (sorry jerry) )
Not to mention there are a LOT of complete morons that ruin their turbos trying to port them (the kind of guys that think they can take a dremel to it for 5 min)



Jerry I still need to figure out my turbo plan, I will still be in touch about picking up an 18G at some point
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Old 01-01-2005, 06:38 PM   #7
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DeadBolt, can you do anything with intake manifolds. As in honing out one. I am looking for a cheaper alternitive to Extrude Honing.
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Old 01-02-2005, 03:07 PM   #8
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DeadBolt, can you do anything with intake manifolds. As in honing out one. I am looking for a cheaper alternitive to Extrude Honing.
Unfortunatley not at the present time. We had signed up to be a dealer for Extrude, but after our first piece was done, we cancelled, very poor results.
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Old 01-04-2005, 12:24 AM   #9
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Jerry, what kind of wheels can you put on a VF30 Compressor??? You machine the housing and balance the the CHRA, correct???

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Old 02-11-2005, 02:18 AM   #10
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how big of a difference can be made when a turbo is ported? say.. vf22 or vf34
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Old 03-29-2005, 07:46 PM   #11
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can anyone answer me? hehe
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Please elaborate "Put a big ol wheel in your turbo" So you can put a big ol wheel in my stock but what can that do? Will that generate more power than say... a vf39? or how about a vf34? please elaborate on what you can do. Thanks.
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Old 04-05-2005, 03:10 PM   #13
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how big of a difference can be made when a turbo is ported? say.. vf22 or vf34
If properly ported you will get MUCH better bost response and will spool up aroudn 300-400rpm sooner. On and off throttle boost is like a light switch on my vf22. It just snaps right back to full bost almost instantaniously (sp?)
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Old 04-10-2005, 09:55 AM   #14
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Jerry,
ceramic coating, can you coat a set of headers?
turn-around?, and of course how much?
tia
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Old 04-10-2005, 07:50 PM   #15
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can anyone answer me? hehe
do a search, this subject isn't even a dead horse, it has been beaten to a pulp. I won't post my opinion since there are so many out there and I don't want to hijack, just do a search.
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