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Turbo Turbocharger Compatible for Audi A4 2.0T B7 BUL BWE BWT K03 2005 2007 2008 2009

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Turbo Turbocharger Compatible for Audi A4 2.0T B7 BUL BWE BWT K03 2005 2007 2008 2009

ApplicationCompatible for Audi A4 2.0 TFSI (B7) BGB200HP 147KW2004 – 2008Compatible for Audi A4 2.0 TFSI (B7) BWE 200HP 147KW2005- 2008Compatible for Audi A4 2.0 TFSI (B7) BUL220HP 147KW2005 – 2008Compatible forAudi A6 2.0 TFSI (C6) BPJ170HP 125KW2005-Compatible for Seat Exeo 2.0 TFSI BWE 200HP 147KW2009 – 2012SpecificationTurbo Model: K03-2080DCB5.88KCAXKEngine model: 2.0 TFSI alongCooling Type:water CoolingBearing Type: Floating BearingTrust bearing: 270 DegreesHorsepower: Up to 220hpCondition: Brand NewWarranty: one year warranty for any manufacturing defectAccessories: You will get exactly as shown in the picture abovePart & OE Number53039880106 , 5303970010653039700087, 530398800875303-988-0086, 530398800865303-988-0106 , 5303-970-01065303-988-0087 , 5303-970-008706A145701A, 06A145701AX, 06A145701AV06D145701B, 06D145701BX, 06D145701BV06D145701C, 06D145701CX, 06D145701CV06D145701D, 06D145701DX, 06D145701DV06D145701E, 06D145701EX, 06D145701EV06D145701F, 06D145701FX, 06D145701FV06D145701G, 06D145701GX, 06D145701GV06D145701H, 06D145701HX, 06D145701HV06D145701J, 06D145701JX, 06D145701JV,OE confirmation:To identify your turbocharger, you must know the original part number of the turbocharger manufacturer. It is usually engraved on a plate or simply knocked out on the compressor housing.It is also possible to search for the original manufacturer’s number (OEM, OE) of the vehicle in the catalog.Part Number. This is the original turbocharger number, the number that is provided directly by the turbocharger manufacturer (Garrett, BorgWarner, IHI, compatible for Mitsubishi and so on).OEM or shortly OE (original equipment manufacturer). This is the vehicle manufacturer number (Compatible for Mercedes, compatible for BMW, Audi, Ford, Toyota, Volvo, VW, and so on).Both numbers are usually, but not always, present on the turbocharger. In our catalog both numbers are stored, but high priority is given to the turbo manufacturer number (Part Number). We recommend that you search for a suitable turbocharger for this particular number.STEP ONE: Clean the plate or casing. It is very difficult to see the number, so the area needs to be washed or cleaned with a cleaner.STEP TWO: Determine the original turbocharger number. Each brand of the turbocharger has its own number. Here are a few examples (select the manufacturer of your turbocharger).Features1. Turbine housing :Ductile iron QT450-10 shell with high-temperature resistance up to 700 degrees Celsius2. Steel Turbine Wheel:Made from the special K418 alloy to achieve high oxidation resistance and stability under high temperatures up to 900 degrees Celsius3. compressor wheel/blades:Cast aluminium with good gas tightness and corrosion resistance4. OEM-quality and size with little modification5. 100% BALANCING TEST: This Turbocharger you will receive has been balanced using the VSR machine technology.6.The impeller is colored by five-axis CNC milling, the shape of the blade is more perfect, and the precision is higher.7. Excellent Design And Processing and durable floating bearing structure + high-precision blade dynamic balanceInstallation SuggestionsAbout Turbo failure:The 6 most common failures are:1. Oil starvation2. Oil contamination3. Impact damage4. Blocked Engine breather5. Over speeding of shaft and wheel6. Hot shut downCommon causes of turbocharger failure:1. Improper Lubrication / Lack of maintenance2. Foreign object damageOverspeeding3. Excessive oil pressure4. High mileage engine5. Engine Lacks PowerThe following situation indicate the turbo failure:1. Black Exhaust Smoke2. Excessive Engine Oil Consumption3. Blue Exhaust Smoke4. Turbo Noisy5. Cyclic sound from turbo6. Oil Leak from compressor seal7. Oil Leak from turbine sealhighly suggest you find professional mechanic to help you install it, here are somecheck list before installation.1. Replace oil supply lines and fittings. These lines often become plugged with decomposed oil which restricts oil flow and drainage.2. Do not used silicone or thread tape3. Make sure all openings to turbo are open and not plug or capped off.4. Shut off fuel or disable ignition and crank the engine for at least 15 seconds or until oil pressure is raised5. Allow engine to fast idle (1,000 RPM) for 3 – 5 minutes to compatible for Seat turbo seals6. Always let engine idle for 3 -5 minutes before shut down, otherwise the turbo will continue to spin without oil lubrication and pressure7.When changing oil, be sure to prime oil filterNote* Please double check your old turbo part number and car details matches up with one of the OEM part numbers above* Professional installation and modification is highly recommended (No Instruction Included)* Any questions please feel free to contact us