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Default turbo builds !!! - 01-12-2018, 04:38 PM

hey i need help with my turbo stock n54, so i bought billet compressor 42.7/56 mm and 4.5 bore but the shaft wheel axis is smaller than the bore of the billet

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Default 01-12-2018, 04:47 PM

return it, there is no solution to this

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Default 01-13-2018, 11:48 PM

Fill the gap with jb weld she will be fine
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Default Yesterday, 01:05 PM

Originally Posted by Cloud9Blue
return it, there is no solution to this

Originally Posted by mattgu40
Fill the gap with jb weld she will be fine

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Default Yesterday, 03:51 PM

Contact seller. And if they don't respond immediately at Christmas, come back here and write a review about thier bad service.

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Default Today, 07:16 AM

Originally Posted by mattgu40
Fill the gap with jb weld she will be fine

Ehhhh, I donít know..... I think wrapping the shaft in duct tape till the wheel slips on tight may be better. At least then you know you are keeping the wheel centered. These are presision parts you know.

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Default Today, 07:55 AM

jb weld and ducttape to keep something @ 100.000 rpm in check :D
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