TD04 Turbo 49177-01513 MR355220 Turbocharger For Mitsubishi L300

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  • Type: Turbochargers

  • Size: TBS-1173

  • Car Make: Mitsubishi L300 2.5L

  • OE NO.: 49177-01515

  • Model Number: TD04-10T/4

  • Warranty: 6 Months

  • Engine Code: 4D56

  • Cooled Type: Oil and Water cooled

  • Net Weight: 7kg

  • Gross Weight: 8kg

  • Related Part No.1: 49177-01515 49177-01513 MR355220

  • Capacity: 2454CCM

  • Power: 64KW

  • Build/Year: 1993


Packing & Delivery


Packing Detail:

  • Neutal Packing or the package as requirement

  • One turbo in a Carton

  • Wooden case is a good choice for ocean shipping

Delivery Detail:7-30 Days.(As Per Quantity)


Specifications


  • High Speed, higher torque and improved response.

  • Lower Fuel Consumption.

  • Turbo and all its parts 100% changeable with original.

  • Perfect Follow-up Service

Other Info


Warranty:6 months


In Addition,we are also business in parts of Turbocharger such as:

  • Turbine Housing

  • Compressor Housing/Cover

  • Bearing Housing

  • Repair Kits

  • CHRA

  • Valve

  • Shaft Wheel 

  • Compressor Wheel/Impeller


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Slip-on pipes are designed to enhance the sound and have small effect on performance. I have heard of people doing a slip on upgrade and needing to adjust air intake or carbs but it's rare. I would say go ahead and swap out the can and see how she runs. if you start backfiring and stuff like that, you'll need to make some adjustments up front. A full exhaust will require some adjustments to air intake and fuel delivery.
Q:With what exhaust system will I get more hp? I have 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition 4.7L V8.
Just about any of them,they are all using the original valved type turbo muffler design and patent,go for price !
Q:Looking to Mod a Nissan Sentra :). Should I do the whole performance exhaust system or just do the muffler swap and exhaust tip? Just dont want it to be expensive.BQ: Will the cops make a big deal of this?
I put a Magnaflow catback exhaust system on my Sentra about 4 years ago. It actually has a bit of a deep tone to it, but it's still pretty loud. I have noticed some performance gain, but not a lot. The system was $350, which is pretty expensive, for me at least. As for the BQ: I live in California and have never been pulled over for my exhaust. So, you should have no issue.
Q:what are some common problems that are possible in a car exhaust system? how can they be repaired? how can the exhaust system be maintained? (to prevent problems) (i.e. checking stuff, putting some kind of filter, or fluid etc.)
There are many problems that could go wrong with exhaust systems. They just naturally corrode over time. If you live in an area where there's a lot of snow, you then have the salt additive added to the equation. So these systems rattle lose over time and or rust to death. Fixing them and repairing them using liquid metal is a temporary fix, because that stuff never lasts forever. So the most logical suggestion I would have for you is a stainless system, which are mostly seamless. The less joints you have the less places there are to fall apart. These systems, while more expensive, usually carry a longer warranty and also last longer. They are made of stainless steel, which tends to just get a little oxidation on it rather than rusting quickly. Thus, you put on the stainless system, but have it coated with a heat resistant rubber coating and you've got an everlasting exhaust. Pretty much look to replace your car before your exhaust ever again if you do this. Unless you own a Hondathose things run forever.
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Q:I have a 2LT V6 Camaro and I would like to make it sound a lot better. Should I get a new muffler Or do I have to get a whole new exhaust system? I don‘t wanna spend that much money on it though. Also what model should I get or what brand?
just get a muffler, it's cheaper and since it's a newer car, aftermarket stuff we be wayy expense. Compare a cat back system with the 2010 camaro to a 05+ mustang, a big gap in price. I when with the slp loudmouth 1, it's loud and has a low rumble. it's up to you what you like
Q:Im looking to put a new exhaust on my 08 mustang, I am looking to do new headers, 2 cats and 2 mufflers, what can the expected hp gain be of doing the exhaust this way and what size pipes should I be looking at so the engine gets sufficiant back pressure. I have the 4.0l V6, like I said complete new exhaust system from the headers back, probably going to use the original cat and add on an oem replacment due to cost issues.
You won't gain much from a 6-banger, but I wouldn't go over 2 pipe. You'll want to have the computer flashed afterwards, too.
Q:What component(s) of the exhaust system are responsible for creating the back pressure. Is it the cats,mufflers,diameter of piping or is it something unseen? I‘m wanting to put some mufflers on my car ( flowmasters or thrush ) and I was told that if too much of the back pressure is relieved it would cause problems. My car is a ‘94 fleetwood with the LT1 engine by the way,
Well, every item in the exhaust system contributes to back pressure. Imagine breathing through a straw. It is easy if the straw is completely straight with no kinks or bends. Now imagine your pinching the center of the straw with your fingers and trying to breath through it. It gets more difficult. That is pretty much what the exhaust system is like on your car. The catalytic converter creates an obstruction to that free breathing. So does the resonator on the vehicle and the mufflers. Also, the piping is not mandrel bent (true diameter throughout the piping) from the factory so that adds to the breathing difficulty. Now, the flowmaster mufflers you want to put on your vehicle won't badly affect backpressure. Flowmasters actually don't flow well at all. They flow slightly more air than factory mufflers but their design (2 or 3 sound chambers that give it that flowmaster sound) are not the optimal design for relieving back pressure. Straight through mufflers offer bigger power gains because the exhaust flow pretty much flows right through them and they use fiberglass wrapping around the straight through design to muffle the sound instead of sound deadening chambers. You may feel a slight decrease in low rpm ooomph and slightly more power in the medium to higher rpms of that LT1 engine. The sound will be much better though and it isn't a bad investment if you like the flowmaster sound.
Q:I wanted to buy a cat back exhaust system for my honda accord but i DO NOT want to get one of those fart can mufflers that everyone hates.can someone explain to me what exactly is a fart can and how can i tell it is one on the internet? and if anyone knows any good exhaust systems that are not too expensive?
Go to midas and tell them you don't want a fart can. They are about the best.
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I'm getting either a flowmaster 40 series or a glasspack on my F-150. I'm not sure how hard it is to put it on I'm having someone do it. As far as the best sound goes, you can type your engine size in and then put flowmaster with it or glasspack or whatever on youtube and see for yourself. There was alot of F-150's on there but I don't know about jeep. Hope this helps

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