Turbo Rebuilding

We rebuild almost all makes and models of turbos for auto, light truck, small industrial, and agricultural applications. Rebuild prices vary based on which turbo you have and the condition it is in. Please see the table below for starting rebuild prices based on turbo models. If you would like to have your turbo rebuilt, please pack it well and send it to us with this rebuild form in the box. We will contact you with a quote once it has been inspected.

turbo parts

The first step in the rebuild process is a full inspection. If there isn't any damage to the hard parts (compressor wheel, turbine wheel/shaft, bearing housing, seal plate, etc.), then a standard rebuild price is what you will be quoted when we contact you. If there is hard part damage, you will receive a quote for repairing or replacing the parts in addition to the rebuild. If you do not proceed with any of the work, there will be an inspection fee of $85 plus return shipping if you want the parts back. There is no inspection fee if you choose to go ahead with the rebuild. To avoid scheduling delays, we would appreciate prompt decisions on the rebuilding/upgrading work you would like us to do within 7-10 days. If we have not received contact from you within 30 days, any turbo parts sent in for rebuild will be scrapped out. If core charges apply, cores must be returned within 30 days to be accepted and charges refunded.

We also offer a high-performance rebuild option for many turbo makes/models. See the second table below for prices. High-performance rebuilds include a stepped-gap piston ring instead of the standard piston ring (if your turbo model has this option), as well as a heavy duty 360° thrust bearing instead of the 270° bronze thrust bearing. These parts are well worth the additional rebuild expense; they add durability and longevity to the turbo. We recommend a high-performance rebuild for anyone who pushes their turbo to its limits, uses extremely high boost, or someone who would just like knowing they have the highest quality, most durable parts available installed in their turbo.

Once you have authorized the work and payment arrangements have been made, the next step would be a thorough cleaning of all your parts. The turbo will then be assembled using one of our high-quality rebuild kits, followed by a 2 to 3 step balancing process. Once the turbo is finished, it will be professionally packed and shipped, and you will receive a shipping notification at that time.

*Rebuild prices vary according to different turbo models. Any extra work, disassembly, and/or other preparation that is required will be quoted in the inspection report to each customer.*

Standard Rebuilds start at:
3LD $440
Ford Powerstroke 7.3 $435
Ford Powerstroke 6.4 (High) $765
Ford Powerstroke 6.4 (Low) $655
Garrett Ball Bearing GT25-35 $545
Garrett T2, T3, T4, T3/T4, T25, T28 $385
Garrett GT15-25 (VNT) $435
Garrett GT15-25 (Non VNT) $385
Hitachi HT10B $435
Hitachi HT18 $385
Holset HX35, HY35, HE351CW $435
Holset HE351VE * $875
Holset HE300VG ** $875
IHI RHB5 Series $385
(VF39 / 40 / 43 / 36 / 48 / 52)
IHI RHF5 IS38 (New CHRA installation) $545
KKK K03, K04, K14, K16, K24, K26, K27 $385
KKK K28, K29 $435
Mitsubishi TD02, TD02.5, TD03 $385
Mitsubishi TD05, TD06 $385
Rajay $705
Schwitzer B2/B3 $765
Toyota CT9, CT12, CT20, CT26 $435
Turbonetics (Std. Shaft ONLY) $385
Schwitzer S100, S1B, S2A $385
Schwitzer S200, S300 $435
Schwitzer S400 $545
High performance rebuilds start at:
Garrett GT37 (Ford 6.0L) $490
Garrett GT37 (Duramax 6.6L LBZ, LLY, LMM) $690
Garrett T2, T25, T28 $440
Garrett T3, T4, T3/T4 $430
Hitachi HT18-2S $430
Mitsubishi TD04 $385
Mitsubishi TD05, TD06 $435
Precision $430
T3/T4 Big Shaft $545
Turbonetics (Std. Shaft) $430
Turbonetics (Big Shaft) $545
Schwitzer S200, S300 $495
Schwitzer S400 $605

*Includes actuator check for functionality

**Cannot check actuator for functionality