Below you will find Garrett ballbearing turbos. These are turbos that are typically mounted on streetcars that have been tuned well. It is a turbo that is a little more expensive than Garrett's journal bearing as it is a ball bearing turbo that has a significantly faster "spool up" time. Ie. that the charge pressure comes faster after gear changes and further "down" in the revs. Feel free to contact us for help in choosing the type of turbo that suits your needs.
Garrett journal bearing - 360-degree bearing
Below you will find many different types of Garrett turbos that are of really good quality. These turbos are typically used for cars where a larger or brand new turbo has been retrofitted. Garrett journal bearings are turbos with "sliding" bearings made of brass. There is not as fast "spool up" on Garrett journal bearing turbos as on Garrett ball bearing.