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    Garrett GTX3576 vs Garrett GTX3576R Turbo - Same? Best place to buy?

    Looking to purchase a Garrett GTX3576 turbo... two questions:

    Garrett GTX3576 vs Garrett GTX3576R Turbo, are they both the same turbo? I notice some places list a Garrett GTX3576 and others Garrett GTX3576R..

    Also who is the go to place to purchase them from???
    /csh Racing

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    Golebys
    I own a two and a half litre Commodore

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      #3
      The "R" denotes ball bearing core. That said, they might both be ball bearing but one place just doesn't put it in the title.

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        I buy from make my car fast dude seems good he is PJ with the Silvia.
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          #5
          Great turbo. Strong midrange, raised further by E85.
          Have one in the Turbo Taxi.
          Choose it instead of the bigger GTX3582 as spool time > dyno chart

          If installing/tuning yourself, ring/shop around.

          If getting it tuned by the same place, let them order it/install it.


          I've been bitten twice by buying turbos one place (both rebuilt and purchased new) and having in tuned somewhere else.
          No Warranty when both parties (turbo supplier and tuner) blame the other if something goes wrong.
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            #6
            Originally posted by nelsonian101 View Post
            Great turbo. Strong midrange, raised further by E85.
            Have one in the Turbo Taxi.
            Choose it instead of the bigger GTX3582 as spool time > dyno chart

            If installing/tuning yourself, ring/shop around.

            If getting it tuned by the same place, let them order it/install it.


            I've been bitten twice by buying turbos one place (both rebuilt and purchased new) and having in tuned somewhere else.
            No Warranty when both parties (turbo supplier and tuner) blame the other if something goes wrong.
            Will be installing myself.. have to fabricate new up pipe and exhaust etc...
            /csh Racing

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              #7
              Originally posted by Ben. View Post
              The "R" denotes ball bearing core. That said, they might both be ball bearing but one place just doesn't put it in the title.
              Yep, long ring ago the R meant ball bearing, but when talking GTX (and I think pretty much everything garrett for the past 10 years), everything is BB.
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