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02. Performance Turbochargers & Upgrade Turbo Part
03. Reconditioned Turbochargers
04. Turbocharger Cartridges (CHRA)
05. Compressor Wheels
06. Turbine Shaft & Wheels
07. Bearing Housings
08. Seal Plates / Back Plates / Insert Plates
09. Heat shield / Shroud
10. Repair Kits (Bearing & Seal Kits)
11. Nozzle Ring Assembly / Variable Vane Assembly
14. Turbo Ancillaries
15. Wastegate Actuators / Boost control
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18. Compressor Housings
19. Oil Feed Pipes
Turbo Rebuild are the UK's No.1 supplier for turbochargers, turbo parts and spares. With 1000s of turbo parts in stock and with access to our suppliers full turbo vatalogue, we can supply most turbo parts.
From a turbo rebuild kit to a full turbo CHRA and everything in between, you can be sure this is the only webshop for all your turbo parts and spares. We cater for everyone from DIY turbo repairs through to Genuine OE Turbochargers; the same as what you would get from the main dealer, only cheaper!
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To find the parts you require or a complete turbocharger for your vehicle, you can search by the type of component you require from the below links or you can search by our extensive search function by entering:
Make: eg. Ford
Model: eg. Mondeo
Engine Code: eg. ABX
Turbo Part Number: eg. 742930
The easiest way to find the product you need is by using the OE part number. The information below will help you find where your turbocharger part number is located and what it looks like.
Garrett Turbochargers (Honeywell)
The Garrett range of units come in different guises. The older "T Series", like the T3, have a place fixed to the unit with the part number on, but nowadays these tend to have been removed, so identifying can be a little difficult.
The newer "GT Series" are much easier to identify. In most instances, the alloy inlet compressor housing has a section that has been machined flat (in a rectangular shape) with various numbers engraved. The number we are looking for is labelled as the "serial" number or "SN".
The Serial Number on the GT units is a 6 digit number starting with a 4 or a 7 followed by a -. For example: 724930-5009S.
This number gives access for our search engine to search through our complex database and will bring results for this unit. To improve search futher, simply add just the initial 6 digits e.g. 724930.
KKK Turbochargers (BorgWarner / 3K)
The KKK family have many differing models and frames of unit.
The common "K Series" "KP Series" and "BV Series" use more or less the same identity plates. These plates are attached to the compressor housing and are a square tag. This tag can be yellow, green, blue or even silver and will have a few lines of numbers.
The main number we are looking for will start with a 5 and will be a block of four digits followed by a dash (-) three more digits then another dash (-) and finally four more digits. As an example: 5304-970-0049. The 970 could also be a 988 or 998 which is a slightly different referencing style, so for our database, please ensure the middle three digits are 970.
In some circumstances this number isnt present. If not there, usually in its place is a group of numbers and letters, starting with a 0, for example, 03G145701G. This referencing style is also part of our search database.
Please Note: Similar numbers cast into the compressor housing are not the units part number and do not show up in the search engine.
The Mitsubishi units are, in most instances, identified by numbers engraved into the flat machined face in the alloy inlet compressor housing.
Most units are five digits, starting with a 4 followed by a dash (-) then five more digits. For example: 49135-05620
The IHI brand have a few different ways or identification. The recent units use an identity plate which is part of the compressor housing.
The number required of this manufacturer is usually a short group of digits, for example VJ32.
Toyota can be very confusing indeed to identify, with some units not even carrying any ID plates at all.
A good number to look for on these units are the five digit number cast as part of the turbine housing. For example: 54060.
Finding the above part numbers will greatly reduce the difficultly in finding the product you require. However, if you are stuggling, we are able to find most vehicles units of the vehicle registration number. Feel free to call or email us with your vehicle details and we will assist in any way we can.