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I had good results with Turbo City in CA. A lot depends on how much damage has been done to the "hard parts", the housings and the impellers. Those parts get reused and if they have to be fixed or replaced it can get expensive. Any good shop replaces the bearings, shaft, and seals at a minimum and then balances the rotating assembly. Depending on the turbo, just doing that can cost over $600. They will also recommend you replace the oil feed hose to the turbo. You should also do an oil change because you may mixed the oil and the coolant. Turbo City phone # 714-639-4933
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