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Old 25-04-2011, 21:49   #1
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Mitsubishi OEM Turbo Codes

Where a car has two turbos listed, the top turbo is standard, the second was an optional extra.

I'm confident that the materials, turbo codes and models are accurate, but some of the serial numbers have conflicting information from various sources, so the VII and later serial numbers may be a bit jumbled. I'm not sure what the serial number is for the VII GT-A turbo?
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Old 25-04-2011, 22:09   #2
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good post that


It should be made into a sticky, so as to access it easily for reference.



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Old 26-04-2011, 16:18   #3
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Old 27-04-2011, 00:10   #4
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Great List and initiative, but what about the Evo 7 GT-A? I think it is TD05H-15GK2-9.0T. Same Compressor and design as VI TME but smaller hotside like the Evo IV. Also I believe the code for the Stock Evo X turbo is TD05H-152G6-12T. I'm not sure if they're supposed to be included but I just noticed they're not on the list.



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Old 27-04-2011, 00:12   #5
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Also the serial number for the Evo X Turbo is 49378-01641
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Thanks for a great post.
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Great List and initiative, but what about the Evo 7 GT-A? I think it is TD05H-15GK2-9.0T. Same Compressor and design as VI TME but smaller hotside like the Evo IV. Also I believe the code for the Stock Evo X turbo is TD05H-152G6-12T. I'm not sure if they're supposed to be included but I just noticed they're not on the list.



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Also the serial number for the Evo X Turbo is 49378-01641
Thanks, I'll add the information on the VII GT-A and X turbo(s?) when I get a chance.

Does anyone have any information on the turbo fitted to the X RS?

I have the compressor inlet diameters for all the turbos somewhere as well so I'll add them too.
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Great List and initiative, but what about the Evo 7 GT-A? I think it is TD05H-15GK2-9.0T. Same Compressor and design as VI TME but smaller hotside like the Evo IV. Also I believe the code for the Stock Evo X turbo is TD05H-152G6-12T. I'm not sure if they're supposed to be included but I just noticed they're not on the list.



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Just looked into it and the standard Evo X GSR comes with a titanium aluminide turbine wheel, so the standard code is:

TD05HA-152G6-12T

The optional turbo has the inconel turbine wheel, so has the code you posted.

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Just looked into it and the standard Evo X GSR comes with a titanium aluminide turbine wheel, so the standard code is:

TD05HA-152G6-12T
Depends on domestic market.Plenty examples with turbo differences between eudm/usdm/jdm.
Eudm X/X rs are not with titanium turbochargers.
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Depends on domestic market.Plenty examples with turbo differences between eudm/usdm/jdm.
Eudm X/X rs are not with titanium turbochargers.
USDM and EUDM Evo X weren't sold in the UK though and as this is primarily a UK site, I think we should stick with the JDM and UKDM versions (which are based on the JDM versions).
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USDM and EUDM Evo X weren't sold in the UK though and as this is primarily a UK site, I think we should stick with the JDM and UKDM versions (which are based on the JDM versions).
Yes but thats happening also with jdm/ukdm evos.
As you saw at your link for the jdm evo X standart turbo is TD05HA-152G6-12T which is not the turbo you get at ukdm X s.The turbo you get at ukdm X s is TD05H-152G6-12T.
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Yes but thats happening also with jdm/ukdm evos.
As you saw at your link for the jdm evo X standart turbo is TD05HA-152G6-12T which is not the turbo you get at ukdm X s.The turbo you get at ukdm X s is TD05H-152G6-12T.
According to the Mitsubishi UK website all the UK Evo X have a titanium turbine wheel, which is what the "A" in TD05HA stands for, so the UK cars have the same turbo as the standard JDM Evo X GSR. This is unsurprising, as the UK Evo X starts life as a JDM GSR, as far as I'm aware.

Check the menu on the left hand side for "Titanium Turbo"

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Now updated for Evo X and GT-A turbos, plus compressor nozzle sizes.
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According to the Mitsubishi UK website all the UK Evo X have a titanium turbine wheel, which is what the "A" in TD05HA stands for, so the UK cars have the same turbo as the standard JDM Evo X GSR. This is unsurprising, as the UK Evo X starts life as a JDM GSR, as far as I'm aware.

Check the menu on the left hand side for "Titanium Turbo"

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are you sure that ukdm X s have TD05HA turbos? I ve different information from friends in uk with ukdm evo X s.
Some traders (indigo-gt/matt trl/nigels)would be very informative to confirm this
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