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I have never heard of COmp turbo's, are they any good and does the company stand behind their product? Looking to possibly purchase one of the CT43 80mm turbo's.
 

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yes they are nice and quick spooling turbos. they have aluminum center housings that are water cooled and have triple ball bearings. they also can be ordered with billet compressor wheels. sick turbos imo
 

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Awesome!
 

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Awesome, I'm going to give one a shot.
 

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Your pics answered another question on hot or where to add a support bracket to hold up the turbo. What headers are you runnng? A friend pointed me towards CG Fabrication for their header/hot pipe kit.
Is it necessary or better to run coolant through the turbo if it has the option to do so?
 

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The kit I'm running is a Hellion single. Running the water cooling allows you to hot shutdown the turbo without letting it cool down because fluid will be running through it keeping the bearings cool.
 

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the only advantage running coolant through the turbo is to prevent oil from coking up in the center housing. It extends durability. CGFabrication is awesome, thats what im running
 

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Cool i'm going to run there 4V hotside kit, did you go stainless? Did you wrap the pipes?
 

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Na ive got the mild steel kit and it looks great. i havent got the engine in the car yet though, but im planning to just have everything jet hot coated so it doesnt rust. i dont like messing with all the heat wrap. I had it on the hellion kit I used to run but didnt like using it
 

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I might just do the same thing, go mild steel and jethot it. I was told that the wrap can hold moisture causing rust.
 
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