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Old 02-07-2018, 08:35 PM   #1
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Default WTF turbo did I pull and is it good (enough)?

Went to the junkyard today to pull an intermediate shaft and distributor for a block mount distributor conversion and the car had already been crushed

I decided to see what kind of turbo I could find and stumbled into a 1998 s70 with the engine already dropped to the ground. After a little bit of a struggle, I pulled the turbo and 4 red body fuel injectors. From what I can gather, red bodies came on light pressure cars, meaning this car was a GLT.

What turbo was stock on a 1998 s70 GLT? The tag on the one I pulled is worn away and just says "Volvo", the serial number, and "made in Japan". It's definitely a Mitsubishi turbo.

Is it a 13T?
How does said turbo compare to a 15g? From what I gather, the 13t has a bigger hot side than the 15g and will produce more power overall. True or false?
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Old 02-07-2018, 08:35 PM   #2
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yeah low pressure turbo high compression engine

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13T is fine, its a lot better than a 13c. hot side is bigger and the housing is better.

Really depends what you are looking for if it will be good or not.

If you dont want to run a ton of boost and have something thats responsive... it should be great.
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13T is fine, its a lot better than a 13c. hot side is bigger and the housing is better.

Really depends what you are looking for if it will be good or not.

If you dont want to run a ton of boost and have something thats responsive... it should be great.
but 90% sure there was a 15G in the 850 next to it
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but 90% sure there was a 15G in the 850 next to it
No 850's in the yard- I checked with the inventory lady and looked myself.
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13T is fine, its a lot better than a 13c. hot side is bigger and the housing is better.

Really depends what you are looking for if it will be good or not.

If you dont want to run a ton of boost and have something thats responsive... it should be great.
I'm shooting for 15psi when all is said and done.

Can I throw a 19t cold side on it for higher CFM?
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No 850's in the yard- I checked with the inventory lady and looked myself.
lol thats why only 90% but 98 70 is basically the same thing


look for a 16t or 15g
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lol thats why only 90% but 98 70 is basically the same thing


look for a 16t or 15g
I check pretty much every day for new Volvos (anything that comes into any yard within 50 miles of me).
For now, I'll use the 13t, run out of enjoyment, find a 15g/16t and sell the 13t for a profit.
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How hard is it to get a Saab turbo to work? They are at the junkyards a lot and I think the majority of them are 14t and 15t turbos.
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I don't know the specifics, but they will likely bolt to the manifold since they are Mitsubishi TD04xx turbos.

You'll have to sort out the reclocking and oil/water lines, but that isn't a show-stopper.

FYI from a brief Google..the 14T turbos are from the TD04L family and the 15T turbos are from the TD04HL family (HL > L). So the 15T center cartridges, etc are interchangeable with the familiar 15G, 16T, 18T, etc turbos.
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I'm shooting for 15psi when all is said and done.

Can I throw a 19t cold side on it for higher CFM?
Yes, you just need the wheel and compressor housing and get it balanced.
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