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Old 05-18-07, 11:23 AM
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Question using n/a rotors in a turbo II

I just bought a 88 turbo II and need to rebuild the engine. One of my rotors are bad. I have found a n/a motor i can get for little of nothing and was wondering if i can use the rotors out of it in my engine?
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Old 05-18-07, 12:14 PM
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I just bought a 88 turbo II and need to rebuild the engine. One of my rotors are bad. I have found a n/a motor i can get for little of nothing and was wondering if i can use the rotors out of it in my engine?
Yes, but when you get the car running, you'll need to adjust for the fuel needs of the NA rotors. That's the most I can tell you at this point as I'm currently in the middle of my build.
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use the counter weight that matches those rotors
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Old 05-18-07, 02:03 PM
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you guys don;t know of any one that has a turbo rotor for sale cheap do you
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use the counter weight that matches those rotors
If the NA rotors are S4 and the Turbo motor he's rebuilding is S4, he shouldn't have to worry about the counterweights being wrong?
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Yea but better safe than sorry right?
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Yea but better safe than sorry right?
*shrug* the part numbers are the exact same
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no no, that is correct. i wasn't paying attention. yea s4 to s4 is a-ok.
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the guy called me today and he doesn;t want to sale the motor so i am back to square one. I either need a turbo rotor or 2 n/a rotors
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