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CST4 Mazdaspeed 3/6 Turbo

Price: $1,099.99
Price in points:  What are Points? 1100 points
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Experience a boost in performance with our drop-in Mazdaspeed turbocharger. It easily bolts in and replaces your undersized OEM turbo with NO mechanical modifications. The CorkSport turbo supports a range of 250-450* horsepower in your Mazdaspeed. If your Mazdaspeed 3 or Mazdaspeed 6 turbo is worn out or is smoking, you need our turbo. Add the power without the hassle today!

Designed with you in mind, the CorkSport turbo upgrade fits the Gen 1 and Gen 2 Mazdaspeed 3 and the 2006-2007 Mazdaspeed 6. No extra modifications are required with our turbo. Nor will you experience the pain of running out for missing parts mid-installation. Our turbocharger comes with all the necessities you need for increased power performance, including:

  • Assembled turbocharger
  • Billet wastegate actuator
  • Custom heatshield
  • Direct fit coolant line
  • All the replacement studs
  • Stainless steel gaskets
  • Oil feed banjo bolt
  • Coolant line copper crush washers
  • And more

Check out our OEM comparison chart after the video for detailed specs! The turbo bolts in, but does require a re-tune of the factory ECU to operate safely (see the notes at the bottom of this page).

Close up of CorkSport replacement turbo.

Easiest installation on the market! Select our installation instructions below for a complete package list. Share your CorkSport experience in the Reviews section above!

Comparison Specs: CorkSport's Mazdaspeed Turbo Upgrade vs. OEM K04

Component Feature CorkSport Performance Design & Advantages OEM K04 Turbocharger
CHRA Bearing System Heavy Duty Journal Bearing With 360 Degree Thrust Collar Standard Journal Bearing With 270 Degree Thrust Collar
Lubrication & Cooling System Oil & Coolant Oil & Coolant
Serviceability 100% Rebuildable Without Replacing the Center Section Housing Not Worth Rebuilding
Balancing Procedure Compressor Wheel Balanced Unknown
Turbine Wheel Balanced Unknown
Assembled CHRA Balanced Unknown
Compressor Wheel Material Fully-Machined Forged Billet T6 Aluminum Alloy Cast Aluminum Alloy
Wheel Design 50.5mm Inducer 55 Trim 6x6 Blade Design With Extended Tip Technology 45mm Inducer 64 Trim 6x6 Blade
Housing Material Cast T6 Aluminum Alloy Cast T6 Aluminum Alloy
Housing Design 0.53 A/R With OEM Size Inlet & Outlet Unknown A/R With OEM Size Inlet & Outlet
Maximum Flowrate 47 lbs/min at Sea Level Not Enough
Turbine Wheel Material Inconel 718 Super Alloy: Extreme Heat Tolerance Unknown
Wheel Design 49mm Exducer 76 Trim High Flow 9-Blade, 21% Lighter Than 12-Blade Design 44.5mm Exducer 79 Trim 12-Blade Design
Housing Material High Silicon Molybdenum: Resistant to Heat Cycling Cracks Cast Iron Alloy
Housing Design Single Scroll 0.66 A/R with OEM Hook Up Points Single Scroll Unknown A/R with OEM Hook Up Points
Wastegate Design Internal Internal Wastegate Design: 34mm Flapper Valve Internal Wastegate Design: 27.5mm Flapper Valve
Actuator Large Diaphram Billet Housing With Adjustable Rod Small Diaphram Stamped Steel Housing Non-Adjustable
Port Size 27mm Port: 25% Larger Than OEM 21.5mm Port
Turbine Outlet Increased Outlet Size Improves Flow Around Wastegate Port Non-Optimized Outlet Restricts Flow Around Wastegate Port
Installation Drop-In Includes OEM-Style Coolant Line, Turbine Gaskets, Studs and Crimp Flange Nuts OEM
Quality Control Balancing Turbo Technics CHRA Balancer up to 250,000 RPM Unknown
Warranty Coverage Limited 1 Year/Unlimited Miles Mazda Powertrain

The CorkSport Advantage

Close up of CorkSport Mazdaspeed3 replacement turbo with logo plate.

Customer-Focused Experience: It is ready for you and your ride. No modifications. No purchasing extra parts. And no hassles that come from other turbochargers available for Mazdaspeeds.

Mazdaspeed replacement turbo billet wheel by CorkSport

Performance Billet Wheel Design: The CorkSport forged billet compressor wheel features extended tip technology that spools quicker and flows 15-20% more than a similar cast wheel.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed turbo upgrade compressor cover.

Cast Compressor Housing: CAD designed to allow the use of the OEM boost control solenoid and factory-sized intakes.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed 3 and 6 replacement turbo turbine housing.

Cast Turbine Housing: Housing is designed from scratch to maintain all OEM locations. Increased A/R for high RPM efficiency and a 12% larger wastegate port size to help with boost control. Manufactured from high silicon molybdenum for enhanced heat tolerance.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed replacement turbo turbine wheel with nine blades.

9-Blade Exhaust Wheel: A lighter, nine-blade wheel spools faster than traditional wheels. Made from Inconel, a nickel-chromium alloy known for heat tolerance, it handles the extra power and flow with ease.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed replacement turbo turbine housing.

Performance CHRA: A triple-balanced center section. The turbine and compressor wheels are balance individually. Next, the assembly is rebalanced to improve the longevity of the CorkSport turbo.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed Turbo Upgrade Adjustable Wastegate Actuator

Adjustable Wastegate: A CAD designed wastegate allows for a perfect fit and an easy boost control.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed replacement turbo turbine housing.

All Hardware Included: Don't spend hundreds of dollars on gaskets and studs when we include everything you need.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed Replacement Turbo Restrictor Pill Comparison Chart

Includes Restrictor Pill: Optimized for the CorkSport turbocharger, the restrictor pill allows you to run an EBCS (electronic boost control solenoid) interrupt mode setup without drilling.

Want to learn even more about the precision engineering that went into the CorkSport Replacement Turbocharger? Click the button for our white paper below.

CorkSport Mazdaspeed Turbo Upgrade White Paper

Additional Features

  • Compatibility: Looking for the ultimate in performance? Pair your turbocharger with our innovative CorkSport Boost Control Solenoid.
  • Designed in the USA: Engineered in Vancouver, Washington, in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Proven Tech: CHRA is a MHI TD05H-18G.
  • CorkSport service and support: Includes a 1-year/unlimited miles limited warranty, full color installation instructions, and all necessary components. We provide knowledgeable and friendly telephone support at 360-260-2675.

Important Notes

*Our Mazdaspeed replacement turbocharger requires supporting parts, fueling and tuning to reach 250-450 horsepower.

The CorkSport turbocharger does require the use of an aftermarket tune with Versatune or Cobb Accessport. Engine damage can occur without the proper tune and the installation of this turbo.

How To Install Your Mazdaspeed Turbo Upgrade

It will take you 4 hours (240 minutes) to install your turbo with our instructions.

Install time              4/5 Difficulty        1-year warranty          No CEL

Amazing medium turbo for the stock block.

At first I was skeptical due to the long process of tuning it has taken due to it being race season. I was coming from an E33 tune on the K04. But now on my second revision on a E25 mix, I am loving the way it pulls. It will still roast the tires if you want it to, but it is a lot easier to manage when you don’t. This is comparing it to the monster torque early rpm K04.

Yes it spools slightly later then the stocker, but it pulls up until redline. Unlike that massive, uncontrollable surge you used to get. You may have hit 320-330 hp and whatever torque, but was it useful that low in the rpm range? No. No it wasn’t, was it?

Bottom line is; if you’re on the stock block this is the turbo for you. If you decide to go built in the future, then you can have fun with this now, and get CTS5-6 when you are.

I've had this turbo for close to a year (or whenever they introduced the version one's) and decided to come back and write a review.

I love this freaking turbo so much. It spools so good and man that whistle puts a smile on my face every time. I was finally able to break my 400hp (hit 420) benchmark goal on 100% meth at 24 psi with the help of Will Dawson at Purple Drank. That's nuts to me. But this turbo, you won't be disappointed.
First, although I'm giving five stars because the product is superb, I considered giving four due to the difficulty of the install, but decided it really wasn't fair to CorkSport.

This is by far the best drop-in replacement turbo available for the MS3/6. And it IS drop-in. No modifications necessary.

But the 4 hour install estimate is off by about 1000 percent, especially for a MS6 which has the transfer case in the way and has had 10 years to weld all the various fasteners in place by natural processes. ;-) And no, my car has never seen salt, it's just old. About 50% of the work is done completely blind and by feel. If you don't have a history of wrenching on things for years and don't have a great set of tools, beware. There is a lot of potential here for mushrooming and breaking nuts/bolts/studs and essentially totaling your car because the cost will be so high to enlist a mechanic or machine shop to fix your eff-up. I don't think I would have attempted this if I didn't have a friendly mechanic with a flatbed right down the street.

None of this is CorkSport's fault and they provide excellent instructions and help over the phone if you need it.

It took me and a buddy about 36 hours over three weekends to complete the removal and install. Patience, persistence, teamwork and a sense of humor are key. We didn't break anything and the process wasn't horrible, but there were are lot of "are you kidding me?" moments when we realized we had to work blind.

Some specific tips from our experience:

1) One of the bottom oil return flange bolts, although clearly visible, is next to impossible to remove. There is zero clearance. Try using a zero offset box end wrench.

2) If you can't remove the bolt securing the turbo to the turbo bracket, try removing the turbo with the bracket attached. It can be done and it's not that bad. It took me standing on a 3 foot breaker bar to remove it once it was out of the car.

3) Stubby combination wrenches and wobble extensions are your friends.

OK, but what about the turbo after it's installed, you ask?

It's great, no buts.

For one thing, my exhaust no longer looks and smells like a BBQ run amok. My K04 was pouring a steady stream of oil into the hot side and the bearings had what seemed like 1/8" of lateral play. To be fair, this is partly a symptom of poor crankcase ventilation and oil control on the DISI motor, but less awful turbo bearings definitely help.

I'm still in the middle of an e-tune, and will provide an update when it's done. But the CS turbo provides 20+lbs of boost quickly and without much effort. Even with a sissy tune, the car is really strong from 3000-6000rpm. It sounds great, too.

Finally, as with all CorkSport products, this thing is so well made it makes me smile. One look at the stamped metal can that is the OEM wastegate actuator compared to CorkSport's machined aluminum one is pretty much representative of CS's philosophy.

To summarize, I believe this is the best drop-in turbo replacement for the MS3/6 platform that isn't just a rebuilt K04. This is basically a "big or semi-big turbo" that bolts right up without modifications. Just be sure you understand what you're getting into before you start tearing things apart. Now that I've done it once, I could probably do it with a helper on a younger MS3 in under 8 hours.

If you own an MS6, purchase a CS turbo and need help with the install, ask CS to ask me if it's OK to send you my email address. I'd be more than happy to assist via phone or email. There are a ton of resources out there for the MS3, not so much for the MS6.
This turbo has transformed my car with the inclusion of the Corksport 3 inch intake. Went from 275 whp on the stock K04 to 350 whp and 350 torque at 22psi so my target of 24psi should be fun, this is on 99ron pump fuel with an e-tune from the master Justin (j-tune).
CorkSport definitely did their homework with this one. Swapped the K04 for this with a built bottom end. This unit is more than enough to max the stock fuel system with internal. I ran 24lbs on E30 mix all day long. Logged 390 grams / second on the big end. Has excellent spool and flows until you want to shift. Very very smooth unit with highly responsive wastegate. Would recommend the other supporting mods to get max potential. The venerable TD05H CHRA paired with the 18g billet wheel and 9cm^2 hotside is a wonderful combo on the MZR. Very very happy with my decision.
Amazing turbo!!!! The spool is quick and powerful! Install was direct replacement of the k04! I'm very happy with my purchase
Replaced my K04 with thisturbo and so far so good im on my second revision of my custom tune and its already way faster than my maxed out k04 tune. Pulls till redline, sound really nice and is a direct replacement.

P.S. add 2 more hours to install time for MS6 owners because that car is just a cramped inconvenient nightmare to work on.
The Corksport turbo is a great replacement choice for your k04 if you have suffered from a smoky or blown turbo, or just want more reliable power. My turbos blades had been damaged and were making a screaming noise so I needed to replace that.

Corksports turbo feels very much like the k04 but with more kick in the upper middle RPMs. On my fully bolted 2007 Speed3 I am pushing 23psi making 330whp and 350wtq on 94 pump gas. The turbo definitely has more to give and I can easily see it running more boost reliably.

The instructions provided by CS are very detailed with great pictures, and are my go to source for anytime I need to take something apart on my car. I attempted the install myself but had to take the car to my mechanic as the downpipe I have (cpe) had gotten the best of me. This turbo was actually his second CS turbo install that week!

So far I have put 2500km on the turbo and have had no issues. Of course that is not a long time for something to be on a car but it has definitely been an abusive 2500km. Thank you Corksport for the wonderful product and your great customer service!
Hi. I have a 09 mazda 6 mps completely bone stock. Im very interested in purchasing this turbo for my car. My q is, do i have to change internal components (pistons, conrods) to run this turbo effectively? Will this turbo kill the lifespan of my engine internals? Thanks
just installed the corksport turbo,3"intake,and corksport boost controller and just came back from tpg tuning in pa all i can say is wow!! I made 329whp and 352 torque on 20psi. (dont have the 3 bar maf sensor yet would of gone more) this turbo is so much smother than the junk k04 i am extremely happy with my purchase and would recommend this turbo to anyone
perfect alternative to the stock paper weight . dont let the size of this turbo fool you it builds to about 15 pounds really smooth then gets violent to 27 pounds fitment was perfect
I needed to change a smoking stock turbo and decided on this bad boy. I honestly chose it because it was a direct replacement and the price was perfect.

As others have stated, it spools for days and pulls like a pack of rabid dogs gunning for the finish line at the Iditarod.

Had this installed and dyno'd. Gotta say it is a top notch turbo and turned my car into a beast. It spools a bit later than the ko4 but the spool doesn't stop. Plus it whistles like a diesels turbo when spooling. Well worth the money especially since it really does drop right in with out issues. Time for a rear motor mount to get rid of the added torque steer.
Great turbo! The install was not difficult and I was not very mechanically inclined, I think changing breaks is more difficult. The turbo has a nice loud deep turbo noise and I cant get enough of it haha. It also makes the car move! I am currently running it at 21 psi and couldn't be happier the car is so quick I am very glad I went with corksport for the turbo. They are a great company and I had an issue with my points not going through but they fixed it right away. I would highly recommend this turbo to anyone looking to buy.
Hey Guys,

My turbo died. My engine died also a few months ago and I rebuilt it on fully forged internals but in rest my only mods are COBB SRI and Hypertech and BPV.

How will this work if I replace my busted turbo with this one? I need a direct replacement and didn't plan to buy the AP right now.

Thanks, Victor
Looking at the spec list you can tell Corksport did their homework for building the most optimized turbo for this platform. Once you unbox the prize you can see first hand the level of quality in the castings not found in even the big name turbos. The forged billet compressor wheel is a work of art, as is the billet wastegate actuator housing. It's almost too much of a masterpiece to hide deep inside an engine bay.

Installation is about as easy as it can get for a big turbo install, having an included coolant line, new studs and nuts for both the manifold and downpipe, quality gaskets for both sides and provisions for all heat shields but one, which is recreated to work with the new setup. It even retains the factory oil lines and ebcs mount.

But the real truth to its performance happens once it's bolted up and tuned. The only familiarity to any of my previous oil infested, self grenading k04s is that instant spool thanks to the high performance 9-blade turbine wheel. From that point forward it's everything you'd want it to be. The dyno graphs are about as perfect as you could ask for. Peak horsepower just before redline and a flat torque curve that brings a grin to your face driving the car at any throttle level. On just 92 octane I'm putting 350whp on my Genwon and the turbo isn't even breaking a sweat yet. I have far more room to grow with a built block and additional fueling if I ever go down that road. No more k04 flamethrower, no more power drop at 5500rpm. All smiles, all the time. This is the perfect turbo for this platform.

This things spools up quick! Running 17 psi going to about 20psi and it pulls strong. And it’s a lot smoother than the stock k04.
Overall I am very impressed with this turbo, not only does it look great but it performs amazingly! The install was very simple using the provided instructions from Corksport, after the install and the re-tune the performance of my car is night and day compared with the old Ko4. This turbo definitely out performs the BNR in many ways, first and foremost it flows more than the BNR, secondly the turbo comes with gaskets, studs, nuts, coolant line and a nice heat shield which the BNR does not come with for the same price. For me, choosing this turbo over the BNR was an easy choice and I am very pleased with it.
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I am going to be ordering this turbo soon along with down pipe, hpfp internals, and a tune of I need to purchase a EBCS as well?

Asked by Jay Bradley | 09/30/2019, 12:20 PM | 1 answer(s)

(2012 mazdaspeed 3)Would I be able to run this turbo on the oem map sensor? Also, can I run this turbo without tuning if I don't plan on pushing the car too much? Thanks, David

Asked by Juan Ruperto | 12/07/2017, 01:34 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will this turbo work with the stock heat shields?

Asked by Jay | 08/27/2017, 01:33 PM | 1 answer(s)

How do you tune the turbo? Accessport or pro tune

Asked by Armando Villarreal | 07/06/2016, 01:13 AM | 1 answer(s)

Hi I have the HTC 3.5 intake with a 3.5"-3" coupler. Will that work with the turbo. Is your turbo inlet 3"?

Asked by Jose Acosta | 08/18/2016, 09:29 AM | 1 answer(s)

I have a 2007 mazdaspeed3 My turbo is going out I have a hypertech program Aem longram intake And catless dp and catless test pipe My car is very rich at my altitude of 4500 because it is tuned for sea level so I see no point for the hpfp Do you know if this turbo will cause issues for me

Asked by Lucas | 10/18/2016, 04:15 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will their be boost creep issues on my 12 speed 3 with catless 3 inch ATP down pipe and straight piped exhaust. I have corksport full intake and internals and all supporting mods just curious if there will be boost creep

Asked by Madison grey | 11/23/2016, 03:52 PM | 1 answer(s)

I got some issue on my turbo so I want to go for this one. I have the Cobb ap and I know I need to do a e-tune for it after installing. But I am new to turbo thing, does this turbo need to break in after installation? And do I need to re-tune it after breaking in?

Asked by Steven | 08/18/2016, 06:31 PM | 0 answer(s)

Hi. I have a 09 mazda 6 mps completely bone stock. Im very interested in purchasing this turbo for my car. My q is, do i have to change internal components (pistons, conrods) to run this turbo effectively? Will this turbo kill the lifespan of my engine internals? Thanks

Asked by Shahid | 08/10/2016, 09:20 AM | 1 answer(s)

Should I get the upgraded boost control solenoid when I buy this turbo?

Asked by Tucker Foster | 04/12/2016, 01:55 PM | 1 answer(s)

What is the difference between stock exhaust or high flow catalyst and no catalyst when buying this product

Asked by Rene Gonzalez | 06/07/2016, 04:49 PM | 1 answer(s)

Does this kit come with new studs for reconnecting the downpipe to the turbo, or just the turbo to the manifold?

Asked by Angelo | 06/22/2016, 11:02 AM | 1 answer(s)

How do you use the cobb accessport to tune the turbo?

Asked by Armando Villarreal | 07/06/2016, 01:17 AM | 1 answer(s)

Has anyone put an external wastegate on this turbo?

Asked by Ev | 04/29/2016, 06:22 PM | 1 answer(s)

Does the turbo come with a new top heat sheild to replace the ugly stock heat shield?

Asked by Michael LaFauci | 04/04/2016, 07:10 PM | 1 answer(s)

At what rpm does the turbo kick in and when it does is it smooth(gradual) or does it kick you back into the seat.

Asked by Waseem | 03/12/2016, 05:54 AM | 1 answer(s)

Do you only need a tune and upgraded fuel pump internals? No cylinders or block need to be upgraded?

Asked by jason | 03/02/2016, 10:07 AM | 1 answer(s)

I see in your white paper you take a fair amount of time to describe Compressor maps, Do you have available Compressor maps for the Stock turbo compared to your drop in turbo? I am sure more potential buyers than I would like to see them. Might be something to add to the white paper and point out the differences, both positive and if any negative, or compromises for the add volume of air. Thanks in advance

Asked by Jon | 02/28/2016, 10:07 AM | 0 answer(s)

Do you provide a off the shelf tune for this turbo or is there an off the shelf tune provided by COBB for the AP for this turbo?

Asked by Jon Gatewood | 01/12/2016, 05:59 PM | 1 answer(s)

Will this turbo run reliably with stock internals?

Asked by Derek Lepp | 01/11/2016, 11:24 AM | 1 answer(s)

So from what I can gather, to run this turbo I will need to upgrade my fuel pump and get the Cobb V3 Access port? Also will I need the fuel pump upgrade if I don't plan on running more boost?

Asked by Jaleel Elliott | 12/19/2015, 08:59 AM | 1 answer(s)

Just wondering if this turbo is clock-able to work with JBR/or such under routing FMIC?

Asked by Tim | 12/02/2015, 06:47 PM | 1 answer(s)

There have been similar questions, but not this one exactly: On a stock Speed6, changing to this turbo, will there be power gains, or is it just for reliability/future upgrading?

Asked by JIm | 10/20/2015, 10:36 PM | 1 answer(s)

My 2008 mazdaspeed3 is all stock. will this turbo be okay to put in my car?

Asked by nick anderson | 09/21/2015, 03:21 PM | 1 answer(s)

I've bought and installed this turbo on my car. I'm in the process of getting it tuned too. I've noticed that I have not been hitting the tuner's target psi. During the install me and a buddy got confused on if we needed to keep the restictor pill if I was going to use the greddy ebc(running bleed setup) and decided to replace the hose with the pill. Is that why I'm not seeing what I should and if so, how do I get a replacement?

Asked by Demetrius Smith | 08/28/2015, 02:11 PM | 1 answer(s)

Why implementation journal bearing into the construction instead of ball bearing?

Asked by Gio | 08/20/2015, 04:37 AM | 1 answer(s)

My turbo died. My engine died also a few months ago and I rebuilt it on fully forged internals but in rest my only mods are COBB SRI and Hypertech and BPV. How will this work if I replace my busted turbo with this one? I need a direct replacement and didn't plan to buy the AP right now. Thanks, Victor

Asked by Victor | 07/28/2015, 06:48 AM | 1 answer(s)

Can I fit this in a 2010 mazd3 or is there a way to make it fit

Asked by Diego Martinez | 07/16/2015, 04:18 PM | 1 answer(s)

Has this been run with your ramair fmic set up yet? Im fully bolted and curious to see the difference from ko4 to this. Running e33 putting down about 327hp/360trq. Throw me a discount and i will guinea pig it with a freektune =)

Asked by Jeff Gibson | 07/01/2015, 07:46 PM | 3 answer(s)

If I obtained the other parts needed, could I potentially use this turbo in a Mazda 3? Not the Mazdaspeed 3 just the regular Mazda 3, and if so would I need any other supporting modifications?

Asked by Logan P. | 06/11/2015, 07:08 PM | 1 answer(s)

The EBCS can only be found under mazdaspeed 3 and not in the mazdaspeed 6 catalog. does this means that the mazdaspeed 6 doesnt require the CS EBCS?

Asked by Chi Liu | 06/07/2015, 04:21 PM | 1 answer(s)

Does it need to be tune by a shop or can it just work with the cobb accessport?

Asked by chi | 06/07/2015, 02:50 PM | 1 answer(s)

Do you do customer install and tuning at your shop? If yes, what is the cost on top of the turbo.

Asked by CJ | 05/20/2015, 08:42 PM | 1 answer(s)

I am currently running a cobb tip/sri combo on my k04. Would this setup work with this new turbo?

Asked by Josh S | 05/20/2015, 08:47 PM | 1 answer(s)

What else is recommended when installing this turbo? As in downpipe, hpfp, accessport, etc.

Asked by Andy | 05/29/2015, 07:31 PM | 1 answer(s)

With all things being equal whether it be a bone stock speed3 or a fully bolted speed3, what would be the actual power difference be, number or % wise between this turbo and the stock ko4? I havn't seen any dyno before and afters from anyone on any site yet regarding this turbo. I only ask because I am fixing to buy a turbo upgrade and right when I was fixing to make the purchase I heard of the CS turbo coming out. I personally am as fully bolted as can be with all parts being bought from yall =). I know if I buy this turbo which I will blindly most likely because I love yalls commitment to yalls costumers. I just want to know what to be expecting when i give yall my 1000$ =)

Asked by Jeremy | 06/02/2015, 03:15 AM | 1 answer(s)

Do you have an estimate of added horsepower when added to a stock MS3?

Asked by Jona  | 06/03/2015, 11:32 AM | 1 answer(s)

I have the AccessPort already, running the stage 2 91 octane tune with stock exhaust and the Corksport SRI with TIP and upgraded HPFP. Is there a specific map to use with the addition of the new turbo?

Asked by Doug | 05/15/2015, 08:35 AM | 1 answer(s)

whats the max psi that this turbo can hold because i already have a corksport down pipe and from there to the back of the exhaust its a 3 inch straight pipe all the way back. i also installed an autotech internal fuel regulator flowing 50% more fuel and i have a cobb intake as well. on the tune im currently runnung im pushing just about 18-20 psi, or thats what my accessport says. im pretty sure that im right around 320 whp. if i buy this turbo how long would i have to break it in for as well(milage) thanks for your time.

Asked by Jonathan Lopez | 05/14/2015, 02:53 PM | 1 answer(s)

Was cost the reason for not going ball bearing?

Asked by @livitygus | 05/13/2015, 04:24 PM | 1 answer(s)

This kit is compatible with Mazda CX-7?

Asked by Russia | 05/13/2015, 01:58 PM | 1 answer(s)

I see the EBCS mention in the listing. Is it required and should I get one?

Asked by Kirovsky Zavod | 05/12/2015, 10:27 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will this turbo smoke like the K04 turbo? What is different if it does not?

Asked by Heckler Strauss | 05/12/2015, 10:23 AM | 1 answer(s)

What’s the difference between a Bolt-on and Drop-in turbo?

Asked by Frank Kimber | 05/12/2015, 10:05 AM | 1 answer(s)

Can I run this turbo on my stock intake and exhaust?

Asked by Timo Glock | 05/12/2015, 10:03 AM | 1 answer(s)

Will I need any extra parts with the turbo to install it?

Asked by Smith Wesson | 05/12/2015, 10:01 AM | 1 answer(s)

Is a tune required with the installation of the turbo?

Asked by Mac Sneed | 05/12/2015, 09:46 AM | 1 answer(s)

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