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MoMnDadGTR

Are these r32 n1 turbos?

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Everything looks great to me and turbos are in great shape have been gone through by my mechanic. Everything matches completely to one of the n1 specs but the compressor housing looks different to me? I could be wrong just want to know what I’m installing before i install the rats nest back together. They just have to get me by until I get my single turbo setup done and ready. I’ll be running 1.4 bar on these twins for now if I get confirmation they are good units and ready to boost hard! If they are legit I think they are the smaller of the 2 exhaust housing from my measurements but it says 64 a/r on the exhaust housing. One confused Canadian here or just an over tired tree cutter that shouldn’t be putting my car back together right now ha. Anyways the help is always appreciated mates. 

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I think they are r32 n1 turbos but the exhaust housing looks different to me...I don’t know shit tho when it comes to this stuff haha....

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If they are only being used to get you by in the mean time then why does it matter?

just tune it to what is safe and be happy untill the single is ready

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I just wanted to confirm if they are actual n1’s as the compressor is different then my last set but the tag is the same 14411-06u00. I’m always happy regardless of boost or setup. Just looking for info that’s what the sites for. Not looking for comments on what to do and what is “safe” I didn’t buy my gtr be safe I bought it to drive it hard and maintain it. So yeah any info on the turbos would be cool thanks mates. 

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I understand what your saying it doesn’t matter. Not at all really. Just piece of mind knowing I don’t have a Frankenstein setup as the guy I bought them from said they 100 percent legit. I later found the turbos had 2 different actuators so I started asking questions in my head about them...

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According to Hoyle...

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Yes the different HP outputs quoted by different people is confusing, but not if you realise that N1 Turbos have different configuration from year to year and above all variations in boost, head work, cams, injectors, manifolds, EMS tune etc. All contribute to a different vehical response, driveablity and output.

BNR32 (NISMO)......Serial No. 14411-06U00 (F/M273 deg. plain thrust bearing centre)

T04B Compressor with a 0.42 A/R and 62T

T25 Turbine with a 0.64 A/R and CD79

BCNR33 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-24U10 (F/M360 deg. plain thrust bearing centre)

T3 Compressor with a 0.42 A/R and 55T

T25 Turbine with a 0.64 A/R and 62T

Included this for information...all R34 GTR's are Ball bearing turbo's...all previous models are only plain bearing.

BNR34 ......Serial No. 14411-AA300 (Ball bearing centre)

C100 Compressor with a 0.53 A/R and 50T

T25 Turbine with a 0.48 A/R and 62T

BNR34 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-AA401 (Ball bearing centre)

BNR34 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-AA402 (Ball bearing centre)

BNR34 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-AA403 (Ball bearing centre)

C106 Compressor with a 0.60 A/R and 55T

GT25 Turbine with a 0.64 A/R and 62T

regards Phillip

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6 hours ago, KiwiRS4T said:

According to Hoyle...

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Yes the different HP outputs quoted by different people is confusing, but not if you realise that N1 Turbos have different configuration from year to year and above all variations in boost, head work, cams, injectors, manifolds, EMS tune etc. All contribute to a different vehical response, driveablity and output.

BNR32 (NISMO)......Serial No. 14411-06U00 (F/M273 deg. plain thrust bearing centre)

T04B Compressor with a 0.42 A/R and 62T

T25 Turbine with a 0.64 A/R and CD79

BCNR33 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-24U10 (F/M360 deg. plain thrust bearing centre)

T3 Compressor with a 0.42 A/R and 55T

T25 Turbine with a 0.64 A/R and 62T

Included this for information...all R34 GTR's are Ball bearing turbo's...all previous models are only plain bearing.

BNR34 ......Serial No. 14411-AA300 (Ball bearing centre)

C100 Compressor with a 0.53 A/R and 50T

T25 Turbine with a 0.48 A/R and 62T

BNR34 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-AA401 (Ball bearing centre)

BNR34 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-AA402 (Ball bearing centre)

BNR34 (N1)......Serial No. 14411-AA403 (Ball bearing centre)

C106 Compressor with a 0.60 A/R and 55T

GT25 Turbine with a 0.64 A/R and 62T

regards Phillip

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my man thanks for the chart. theres r32 N1 with 270 thrust bearing. thanks for help

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