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Old 11-03-2021, 11:02 AM   #1
etsola
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Default In need of Cavalli stage 3 compressor wheel

Hi there, I came across a Cavalli stage 3 turbo with a chewed up compressor wheel. I'd like to replace it and have it balanced locally as I'm in Canada and like to work on things myself when I can

I contacted Comp and they no longer carry them... They offered to rebuild by using another one and machining the cold side to match it... They also did not reply to me asking if I could buy such wheel...

I tried to contact Turbo Lab but but no response yet.

Anyone knows what wheel they used? I also have limited info on it.

Just wanted to see if anyone had info before I disassemble it and measure and try to cross reference (even then it's going to be difficult)...

Sureley they were using some GTx style turbine and did not build one in house?!

Cheers
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Old 11-03-2021, 11:32 AM   #2
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Hi there, I came across a Cavalli stage 3 turbo with a chewed up compressor wheel. I'd like to replace it and have it balanced locally as I'm in Canada and like to work on things myself when I can

I contacted Comp and they no longer carry them... They offered to rebuild by using another one and machining the cold side to match it... They also did not reply to me asking if I could buy such wheel...

I tried to contact Turbo Lab but but no response yet.

Anyone knows what wheel they used? I also have limited info on it.

Just wanted to see if anyone had info before I disassemble it and measure and try to cross reference (even then it's going to be difficult)...

Sureley they were using some GTx style turbine and did not build one in house?!

Cheers
Another good shop is boost lab in Florida. Very helpful.

And turbo parts Canada
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Old 11-03-2021, 12:48 PM   #3
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Thanks!
I emailed them both.
I also learned that Turbo Parts Canada is local to me... Good to know!!
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