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Eric, Tom at turbonetics 909-824-1020 has been a big help, he offered the T-2 to me at that price. Still working out the trim, but he's cool and seems willing to work with you. Lot better than the aerodyne at $1500, but you have to deal with oiling the T-2. You can't beat $350. For that, if you can weld you could probably pull off the whole installation for under $1000. Other than the guys on this list and their web pages, I'd suggest you get the Joe Haile book Motorcycle Turbocharging, Supercharging, and Nitrous. It's one of the better turbo books I've read. Thanks for the offer on the jets, I may take you up on it. Good luck, Dave. eric wrote: > David Morrill, > > Hi, I am on the turbobike mailing list and saw your post. I own a gsxr750 > '89 and I am thinking about turbocharging it. I saw that you found a T-2 > garrett for $350. I too was planning on using a T-2, and I was wondering > where you found yours at. If you could give me any info on where to look > for a cheap T-2 I would appreciate it. > Also, I am curious what the dimensions of the T-2 you are planning to use > are ( turbine trim, Compressor housing size, etc.. ) > > Best Regards, > > Eric @ Sudco > > P.S. Email me if you need a Factory jetkit. I work at Sudco, and we sell > them. I'll see what price I can give you.