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Yep you can and there are a few different types of std turbo cant remember which is the better to have sure clarkey was selling the better one a while back.

there all T3 flanges
 

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tdi power
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one from a 34 is even better so im told
 

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GTT, i was told that GTR ones are smaller because they have two so they dont need to be as big
 

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the turbo in a spec 2 is the same as a spec 1, the r33 gtst turbo is slightly bigger than the 32 one but is a straight fit as far as im aware and it gives a bit more midrange, just remember to swap the actuators over too as the 32 one is set for 0.8 bar and the 33 one is set for 0.7 bar max.
 

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It's only really worth doing if the 33 has steel internals. Plus I believe the actuator on 33 turbos is set a bit lower than the 32 one so I think you'd find the car having to do a bit more work just to boost to the same levels.
 

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The R34 GTT will fit on and its the biggest of the RB25 engines.
 

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depends what you want to use your car for i suppose. Personally i'd rather have power lower in the rev range. How often do we get a chance to really go flat to the board anyway with our crap roads
 

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Tyne/Wear/Tees Arse Rep/Gtr Shop Rep
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depends what you want to use your car for i suppose. Personally i'd rather have power lower in the rev range. How often do we get a chance to really go flat to the board anyway with our crap roads
Amen to that comment not even fit for tractors
 
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