Replacement turbos recommendations

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  1. 14 Sep 2021 at 10:19 PM #1
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    As it looks like one or both of my turbos have gone pop whilst at Oulton Park, any recommendations on replacement turbos that can handle lots of track use at stage 2?
     
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    Get in touch with Evolve. They have a couple of options. Mosselman and Pure

    https://www.evolveautomotive.com/engine/turbos/bmw-m4/

    They come across as extremely knowledgeable. I've spoken to them about something else in the past and they were super helpful in just advice and guidance with no pressure selling
     
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    I have heard good things about DRW in Liverpool I have not used them myself but my friend has had a lot done to his m2c there and speaks highly of him.

    I have used Areeve performance a few times and always been pleased with their work.
     
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    Iittcos are probably best bang for buck
     
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    I think the more important question at this point is what about longevity. It’s all great that for 5000 miles these turbos are wonderful, but what about 20,000 miles?
     
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    I have just had the littco L640 turbos fitted as my stock front turbo had a leak and ive only done maybe 500 miles on new turbos but so far im thoroughly impressed with them very close to stock turbo in the sense of the low end spooling but top end is far far more powerful.
     

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