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Old 24-04-2017, 23:40   #1
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PD150 turbo part number confusion?

I recently acquired the turbo from a PD150 Bora I'm breaking.
The previous owner said it had only been on the car for a short time before the cambelt snapped so thought it'd make sense to keep it for my Leon FR TDI.
After removing it certainly looks to be good condition with no play in the shaft and a freely moving actuator / VNT arm.
My only concern is the manufacturers part number plate.
I always thought the GT1749VB was a VNT17 whereas this has "VNT15" stamped on it, aren't the smaller turbined turbo VNT15's? e.g. PD130?
I've also looked at the long part number and there seems to be some conflicting info on this as well.
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I obviously want to know whether it's worth fitting or selling on.

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