Compatible for Nissan Skyline R32/R33/R34 2.0-2.5L RB20/25DET Engine Turbocharger RB20 RB25 Turbo

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  • * Cost-effective Turbo increase 20-25% power for your car
  • * Ductile Iron QT450-10- Temperature resistance up to 700℃
  • * K418 Alloy- High oxidation resistance& stability (resistance up to 900℃)
  • * Cast Aluminium Blades-Great Air Tightness & Corrosion Resistance
  • * Horse Power Boost up to 500BHP
Item Number 3002907846
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Cost effective turbocharger give your car 20-25% more total power
Turbine housing uses ductile iron QT450-10 Can withstand temperatures up to 700℃
Steel Turbine Wheel made from the special K418 alloy to achieve high oxidation resistance and stability under high temperatures up to 900℃
Cast aluminium blades with good gas tightness and corrosion resistance


Directly bolt on compatible for Nissan Skyline R32 R33 R34 2.0L-2.5L RB20DET RB25DET engine

*For some R33 models few modifications may be required(A direct Bolt on turbo upgrade for RB20DET and RB25DET for Skyline Engines!
Will require a coupler to connect turbo to hotpipe but other than that its a OEM Bolt on with upgrade 3" air inlet and larger wheels for optimum power. )


Exhaust Inlet Flange: T3 Flange
Exhaust Outlet Flange: 6-Bolt Flange
Turbine Side:
Turbine Inducer Diameter: 64.4mm
Turbine Exducer Diameter: 47.9mm
Turbine Trim: 55.3
Turbine A/R: 0.63
Compressor Side:
Compressor Inducer Diameter: 52.7 mm
Compressor Exducer Diameter: 76mm
Compressor Trim: 48.1
Compressor A/R: 0.50
Oil Inlet: M12*1.25 & 2*M8*1.25
Oil Outlet: 2*M8*1.25
Water: M18*1.5
Internal Wastegate: Yes
Bearing: Wet Float
Thrust Bearing:270 degree
Cooling Type: Water + Oil cooling
Turbo Type: Individual
Oil Inlet: M12*1.25 
Side hole: M8*1.25
Oil Return: 18
Side hole:M8*1.25
Center-center: 50.8
Water Hole: M18*1.5
Horse Power: Boost Horse Power up to 500BHP
Accessories: You will get exactly as picture shown
Package Size:26x25x23 cm
Package Weight: 7920g

Package included

1xFlange gaskets
2xOil/Water port gaskets


*Product Material
1. Turbine housing :Ductile iron QT450-10 - temperature resistant up to 700℃
2. Steel turbine wheel:K418 alloy - high oxidation stability and resistance up to 900℃
3. Compressor housing:ZL104 aluminum with lightweight
4. Compressor wheel/blades:Cast aluminium blades – superior air tightness & corrosion resistance

*Product Performance
1. Cost-effective turbo increase 20-40% power for your car
2. Rich experience in turbo production and own factory
3. High-Speed oil seal ring and Precision clearance
4. Built for durability and strength

* Technology Advantage:
1. 100% balancing Test by TURBOTECHNICS VSR3
2. G3-min-Flow VNT Turbo testing
3. Advanced Actuator Tester/Programmer


* Replace, repair or reconnect air cleaner element per manufacturer's manual to avoid compressor wheel damage.
* Make sure the oil drain line is lower than the turbo itself.
* Gasoline car must install a water cooling device to avoid overheating.
* Ensure exhaust outlet are well sealed by welding
* The degree of modification of the universal turbo depends on your individual vehicle.Professional installation is highly recommended.
* This Turbo is not vehicle specific. Please check the specifications and verify compatibility prior to placing your order.
* Before installing the new turbocharger, the cause that led to the failure of the turbo must be analyzed and eliminated (e.g. insufficient oil supply, foreign bodies in the intake area, crankcase ventilation without function, etc.)!

Warranty: one year warranty for any manufacturing defect

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Turbo Install Steps Of 1997 Nissan Skyline RB25 Engine

This turbo install guide was provided by our friend John Ocampo who is a mechanic. He was working on his 1997 Nissan Skyline R33. Let’s see how the turbo is installed.

Step 1: Make sure the engine is cold so you don’t burn yourself during the process. Remove all the intercooler piping, j-pipe and other vacuum hoses. Unbolting the power steering reservoir can help with more space but that is optional. Spray some Wd-40 or any penetrating oil on the nuts, Banjo bolt or any bolt you have to remove to make it easier unbolting and avoid snapping it.

Step 2: Once everything is removed and the turbo has easy access. Unbolt the dump pipe from the turbo and from the catalytic converter. By this time, it will only be the turbo left. Drain the coolant from the radiator so that when you remove the coolant line on the turbo it doesn’t go everywhere.

Step 3: Remove and unbolt the turbo lines. Undo the banjo bolt both oil feed and return. There will be a small amount of oil that will come out from the lines so prepare a rag. Undo the banjo bolt from the coolant lines. The same thing will happen a small amount of coolant will come out. AVOID getting coolant on the turbo return which is the bottom line of the oil lines.

Step 5: Install the new turbo and do everything in reverse. Bolt on the turbo to the exhaust manifold. Bolt on all the oil and coolant lines. MAKE SURE TO USE NEW COPPER WASHERS to avoid leaks.

Step 6: The turbo is not equipped with a 90-degree bend, so you have to buy a 2 to 2.5 inches silicone hose.

Step 7: The intake side of the turbo is 3 inches so the stock intake pipe would not fit as it’s 2.5 inches. Just buy a 3-inch ally pipe in advance.

Step 8: Install all the intercooler piping, vacuum hoses and dump pipe. Make sure to check all the bolts, nuts and hose clamps to avoid boost leaks, exhaust leaks, oil and coolant leaks.

Just make sure there is no problem with any step when you install the turbo. 

DISCLAIMER: This install guide is for reference purposes only. Always follow professional instructions on how to set this up correctly, MaXpeedingRods is not responsible for any damage caused by inappropriate installation.


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