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    Default Same turbo on 120 and 150?

    I know that the part numbers are slightly different but are there any differences between the facelift CDTI 120 8 valve and the 150 16 valve turbo units and are the interchangeable?

    Thanks.

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    Well according to this:
    http://www.turbotechnics.com/docs/catalogue.pdf

    See bottom of 27, top of 28. Same turbo GT1749MV but different order codes so suspect there must be some different gaskets when you buy as a complete kit.

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    The turbocharger itself is the same, I have a brand new one sitting under my desk and the part number that was on the box listed it for the following.

    Z/19 DT
    Z/19 DTL
    Z/19 DTH

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    So it's just the gasket then? How much was the turbo if you don't mind me asking Maverick? I was looking for a second hand one and if the 150 one is the same I have more options. Cheers.

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    The GT1749MV refers to the frame size of turbo, as for fitment there are a few differences to be careful of, initially the EGR fitment may be in a different position, the compressor outlet pipe is a different length, the downpipe fitment is different - one is angled fitment one is straight out, also the turbo is mounted slightly differently on the manifold - slightly further back which might be why it has a longer compressor housing outlet pipe, the other difference is in the internal component sizes, the only thing with fitting the 150 turbo is you would need to overcome the possible problem that the ECU will recognize a difference in airflow / charge pressure which in theory will cause the engine managemnet to go into "limp mode" as well as fitment alterations

    Hope this helps

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    It certainly does Chris, a 120 turbo it is then

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris75lane View Post
    The GT1749MV refers to the frame size of turbo, as for fitment there are a few differences to be careful of, initially the EGR fitment may be in a different position, the compressor outlet pipe is a different length, the downpipe fitment is different - one is angled fitment one is straight out, also the turbo is mounted slightly differently on the manifold - slightly further back which might be why it has a longer compressor housing outlet pipe, the other difference is in the internal component sizes, the only thing with fitting the 150 turbo is you would need to overcome the possible problem that the ECU will recognize a difference in airflow / charge pressure which in theory will cause the engine managemnet to go into "limp mode" as well as fitment alterations

    Hope this helps
    Thats is some good information. From what your saying, the turbo's for the 120 and 150 are very different.

    The Turbo I have states on EPC that is is for both engines? Here's a pic.




    Got it for £125 brand new!

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    I hope your missus is understanding putting a turbo on the cutting block, which in turn is put on the gas cooker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    Thats is some good information. From what your saying, the turbo's for the 120 and 150 are very different.

    The Turbo I have states on EPC that is is for both engines? Here's a pic.




    Got it for £125 brand new!

    Out of interest Maverick what Garrett part number does it show on the compressor cover ? The 120 should be one of the following: 755373/755042/767835, the 150 should be one of the following: 740067/755046/766340. looking at your picture the exhaust to downpipe fitting is straight out which means its a 120 bhp unit, the 150 has a slightly angled outlet.
    Hope this helps

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    The turbo on the left is the 120 unit & the turbo on the right is the 150, excuse the units as they are old core but you should be able to see the differences between them

    Hope this helps

    Chris

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