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07-20-2017 06:26 PM
Trionic3000 Rather than take chances on one of these Mitsubishi knock-off Arashi I ended up going back to Gpop for a 20T and bearing upgrade based on my legit TD04HL-15T. They've done 3 units for me, Gpop is awesome.

It's not clear to me who it is that has a 5-axis CNC machine that's making these new wheel options that I think everyone is using globally, but I decided running a genuine Mitsubishi CHRA with the new wheels with a known good rebuild from a great shop was less risk for the same money.
07-20-2017 01:43 AM
Tommo1967 Hmmm��
04-02-2017 05:57 AM
Saabeh That looks similar to the Kinugawa setup, both I would happily try.
04-01-2017 04:38 PM
Arashi Turbo?

Does anyone have any experience with these guys?

Arashi Billet Turbo TD04HL-19T SAAB AERO 9-3 9-5 Viggen B235R B205R B235L | eBay

I've never went the eBay knock-off route before, but it looks like they're offering different wheel options, which is pretty interesting.

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