SPOOLOGIC GT3782VA Turbo Rebuild Kit Cast Compressor Wheel
04.5-Early 05 6.0L Ford Powerstroke
with 04.5-Style Garrett GT3782VA Turbocharger
The components found in SPOOLOGIC rebuild kits are sourced from the world’s leading manufacturers. Built to exceed OEM quality standards. We provide exactly the parts you need for your 6.0L Cummins GT3782VA turbo rebuild. No more, no less. This kit was designed to completely rebuild and reinstall your 6.0L turbo. From start to finish.
These kits were originally designed for our high-performance turbocharger line. Offering extended service life for all stage turbos; whether your diesel is a daily driver with a stock turbo or a purpose built drag racing truck for the track. SPOOLOGIC rebuild kits are the best option for rebuilding your 6.0L turbocharger.
03-04 GT3782VA Master Turbo Rebuild Kit Cast Wheel
04.5-05 GT3782VA Master Turbo Rebuild Kit Cast Wheel
05.5-10 GT3782VA Master Turbo Rebuild Kit Cast Wheel
03-04 GT3782VA Master Turbo Rebuild Kit Billet Wheel
04.5-05 GT3782VA Master Turbo Rebuild Kit Billet Wheel
05.5-10 GT3782VA Master Turbo Rebuild Kit Billet Wheel
GT3782VA Basic Turbo Rebuild Kit Contents
360 Brass Thrust Bearing And Collar, Journal Bearings, Step Gap Oil Seals, Compressor Housing Inner And Outer Seals, 10 Compressor Housing Bolts, VGT Actuator Rod Cap O-rings And Snap Rings, 5 VGT Solenoid O-Rings
Corrects boost limits by 5-7 PSI, improved performance at high boost levels, great turbo sound, lowers smoke and EGT’s, eliminates compressor surge, improved longevity in high boost applications, pre-balanced and ready to install
Step Gap Oil Seal
Tighter tolerances for superior sealing minimizing oil leakage from the bearing housing vs standard OEM turbine shaft oil seals.
Brass 360 Thrust Bearing
Brass dissipates heat faster and provides a longer life span vs steel. Improved lubrication with 6 oil passages VS OEM 270 style thrust bearings with 5 oil passages.
This compressor wheel and turbine shaft is balanced and ready to be used right out of the packaging. As with any turbo rebuild, the center housing rotating assembly (CHRA) will need to be balanced, engine oil and air filter must be changed, and air intake tubes leading to the turbo must be cleaned for a successful rebuild. Otherwise, the turbo will fail shortly after rebuild due to pre-existing contaminants interfering with the turbo’s ‘break-in’ process. Warranties never cover improper practices.
Verify engine build date and ESN engine serial number. You will find a sticker on the FICM. Pushing aside the degas bottle should allow you to read it.