Type: Posts; User: CallawayTurbo
I sold 2 pieces to my friend Jim JPawl recently as I converted my downpipe to fit an Turbosmart wastegate 38mm and dont need them anymore
You can check him if he is willing to sell 1 of them
Yep , thats the one, tell him Jeroen sent you , might bring you some Callaway Owners Group discount ;-)
I was checking this out too since my oil troubles but , Jim JPawl has 2 setups and had no difference with or without restrictor.
You can check with Marco from SEM motorsports , he bought all parts from ND and has some brand new ones in stock.
Great story , of many heard and to be heard. Tim you should write a book.
Love them all.
After selling the ND parts and now your beloved rocco , I am sure we will see you around !
awesome video, need more of this :-)
Nice shop ;-) are they on facebook , love to see more of that !
Thats exactly what I said 2 years ago,
Today I am removing the CIS engine and replacing for digifant.
Funny how things go.
I thought the diameter of the bolt is determing the size of the banjo
Great !! :-) :-)
Got pics ??
What amounts of oil do you think you have to drain weekly,monthly ??
Mine is generous spitting oil but , am not sure if this is normal or my freshly rebuilt turbo already shot.
How about ATS cup , these are awsome with wide offset.
We decided to keep mk1 and mk2 Callaway and ND turbosystems all in one thread.
There aint that much around anymore to split em.
Yes the RHB5 was used but also the RHB6 on the Porsche 944
The turbo is similar to the ford probe and others rhb5 but those have only 5 vanes
Mk1 had straight manifold and coldside on driversside
Mk2 had edged manifold and cold side on passengersside.
So you drove it with stock G60 chip ?
At what Psi ? Without intercooler how did you mount the elbow to the G60 intake.
Was the stage4 chip turbo or G60 ?