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#1 boostkits

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Posted 08 February 2006 - 11:49 AM

I'm trying to move a large amount of turbos.

There are 3 to choose from:

These turbos are from IHI and all have a 1 year warranty!!!

IHI vf34
$849 IHI VF 34 Series Ball Bearing Turbo

This is the perfect Street turbo, response, and power wrapped into one! Its our most popular seller. For putting 300 + hp to the wheels, you need a bigger turbo. This is a ball bearing design which gives quicker spool up. We recommend STI injectors/ Fuel Pump when upgrading to this turbo + an upgraded ECU. Check out our price with a US 12 month/12,000 mile warranty!




IHI VF30
$800 IHI VF30 - Split Thrust Bearing Design

For those that want the STI upgrade - but don't care for the whine of a ball bearing turbo, the VF30 is your choice. Same power as the popular VF34. This is the best valued street turbo on the market!

IHI VF22


$799 IHI VF22 -

VF22 is the big gun from IHI. Push 20+ PSI through this baby. Again, highly recommended upgrades: Walbro pump, STI pink Injectors and engine management software.

Contact me if you have questions about this upgrade.





Make it a power package:

Add STI PINK INJECTORS & WARLBORO FUEL PUMP.

PM me for a price.

#2 Legacy777

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Posted 08 February 2006 - 12:22 PM

Just a quick question about the description on your website

"The VF34 is similar to the VF30 but has improved spool up due to roller bearing design. This is the standard turbo on the New Age Sti RA Spec C. This turbo yields good throttle response and mid and top range power. It also uses a ball-bearing center section, which reduces friction and positively locates the shaft-wheel assembly to improve spool up and avoid turbo failure. "

How are the bearings configured to utilize both roller bearings & ball bearings?

#3 boostkits

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Posted 08 February 2006 - 02:45 PM

Hmmm - Not sure what I meant when I wrote that. I think I meant to write the vf34 had faster spool than the vf30 which uses a journal bearing. (not roller).

I'll have to change that.

The VF34 is a ball bearing turbo. However it has a 1 yr waranty from IHI. If you have a problem you just contact me and I arrange to get it checked out by IHI. It isn't rebuildable and you can't get replacement cartridges from IHI for either turbo.
VF30 are split thrust journal bearings. Journal bearings are more robust and quiet compared to the BB.

Roller bearings were used on the older VF series turbos (VF24/22/23 etc)

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Posted 09 February 2006 - 08:48 AM

that coloring is terrible on my monitor, i can't read it (the first yellow one).

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Posted 09 February 2006 - 03:10 PM

that coloring is terrible on my monitor, i can't read it (the first yellow one).


Here you go...

IHI vf34
$849 IHI VF 34 Series Ball Bearing Turbo

This is the perfect Street turbo, response, and power wrapped into one! Its our most popular seller. For putting 300 + hp to the wheels, you need a bigger turbo. This is a ball bearing design which gives quicker spool up. We recommend STI injectors/ Fuel Pump when upgrading to this turbo + an upgraded ECU. Check out our price with a US 12 month/12,000 mile warranty!

IHI VF30
$800 IHI VF30 - Split Thrust Bearing Design

For those that want the STI upgrade - but don't care for the whine of a ball bearing turbo, the VF30 is your choice. Same power as the popular VF34. This is the best valued street turbo on the market!

IHI VF22

$799 IHI VF22 -

VF22 is the big gun from IHI. Push 20+ PSI through this baby. Again, highly recommended upgrades: Walbro pump, STI pink Injectors and engine management software.

Contact me if you have questions about this upgrade.


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Posted 09 February 2006 - 05:56 PM

Hmmm - Not sure what I meant when I wrote that. I think I meant to write the vf34 had faster spool than the vf30 which uses a journal bearing. (not roller).

I'll have to change that.

The VF34 is a ball bearing turbo. However it has a 1 yr waranty from IHI. If you have a problem you just contact me and I arrange to get it checked out by IHI. It isn't rebuildable and you can't get replacement cartridges from IHI for either turbo.
VF30 are split thrust journal bearings. Journal bearings are more robust and quiet compared to the BB.

Roller bearings were used on the older VF series turbos (VF24/22/23 etc)


Thanks for the explanation.

I haven't decided what my final turbo plans are, but I'll keep you in mind.

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Posted 10 February 2006 - 02:44 PM

Thanks for the explanation.

I haven't decided what my final turbo plans are, but I'll keep you in mind.


I have more options but no sales at this time. MOMENTUM is a new up and coming turbo company, APS is a good turbo but mucho $$$, PERRIN just came out with a turbo kits.

$2600 + sh GT30R Kit: GT30R turbo, reflanged uppipe & downpipe, oil & water lines, and Tial 44mm wastegate and intake. Full boost is around 3800RPM on the .63A/R; 4200RPM for the .82A/R. The .63 A/R is smoother.

$2800 + sh GT35R Kit: .82AR GT35R turbo, reflanged uppipe & downpipe, oil & water lines, and Tial 44mm wastegate and intake. Full boost is around 4700 RPM.

$359 + sh 4" Rotated-Mount Intake System: Attaches to a 4" turbo inlet and tapers down to 3" to meet a 3" 'BIG MAF' oversize MAF sensor housing. Offers all the provisions for blow-off valve recirculation and the crankcase vents and includes PSP-ENG-852; a pipe to adapt the Perrin FMIC piping to a Garret turbo.




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