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    Default Rayjay turbo help!!

    Hey guys, looking to find someone to rebuild a Rayjay turbo thats leaking vaccum/ boost out of the gasket on the intake housing. I tried tightning the allen headed screws but they were tight. Thus I took it it off and noticed the excessive play in the intake impeller shaft where its just starting to get into the housing. The other one looks newer and is good shape. I know they dont make them anymore and the guys around here won't touch em. This is the old 850 HP Gale Banks system with the bypass hole. Maybe I can buy something newer with wastegates in the turbo???? OR just get the one rebuilt somewhere?? Idea's???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnwald View Post
    Hey guys, looking to find someone to rebuild a Rayjay turbo thats leaking vaccum/ boost out of the gasket on the intake housing. I tried tightning the allen headed screws but they were tight. Thus I took it it off and noticed the excessive play in the intake impeller shaft where its just starting to get into the housing. The other one looks newer and is good shape. I know they dont make them anymore and the guys around here won't touch em. This is the old 850 HP Gale Banks system with the bypass hole. Maybe I can buy something newer with wastegates in the turbo???? OR just get the one rebuilt somewhere?? Idea's???
    my friend in Calif has a BBC TT with the older style RayJay's & i believe he had the same problem...he sent them to RayJay & they fixed them...you might PM him & see what info he can give you...his name is Russ (FullPull) & he lives in Long Beach...just sayin'

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    Clarks corvair ,can rebuild it or sell you the kit,they are fairly simple to rebuild.Good Luck

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