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MINI Cooper Turbo with exhaust manifold B36 B38 OEM Gen3 F56 F55 F57 F60 F54 thru 2019

MINI Cooper Turbo with exhaust manifold B36 B38 OEM Gen3 F56 F55 F57 F60 F54 thru 2019

MINI Cooper Turbo with exhaust manifold B36 B38 OEM Gen3 F56 F55 F57 F60 F54 thru 2019
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MINI Cooper Turbo with exhaust manifold B36 B38 OEM Gen3 F56 F55 F57 F60 F54 thru 2019
MINI Cooper non-S with B36 or B38 engine thru 2019
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Internet Price $2295.99
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Mini Cooper Turbo JM Gen3 F54 F56 F55 F57 F60 non-S models thru 2019
Mini Cooper Turbo JM Gen3 F54 F56 F55 F57 F60 non-S models thru 2019

MINI factory replacement Turbocharger with exhaust manifold.

The turbochargers on these 3rd generation MINIs are integrated into the exhaust manifold. The Cooper S turbo is dual scroll while the Cooper is not.

Fits the following MINI Cooper non-S models with the B38 and B36 1.5 liter 3-cylinder engine:

2014 up to 01/2019 F56 MINI Cooper Hardtop
2015 up to 01/2019 F55 MINI Cooper Hardtop 4-Door
2016 up to 01/2019 F57 MINI Cooper Convertible
2016 up to 01/2019 F54 MINI Cooper Clubman
2017 up to 01/2019 F60 MINI Cooper Countryman

Three versions to choose from:

  • Cooper non-S turbo for B38 and B36 engines
  • Cooper S turbo for B48 engine (2014 F56 only)
  • Cooper S turbo for the B46 engine

NOTES:

  • Prime the Turbo when installing
  • Perform an oil change just before servicing the turbo, and again shortly after.
  • Do not re-use an old Oil Supply Line - install a NEW line!
  • Refurbish the catalytic converter to eliminate any unusual back pressure built up from years and miles of contamination.  This is especially important if you've had a catastrophic turbo failure that dumped oil into the exhaust. Unusual backpressure will severely shorten the life of any new turbo.
  • We recommend oil changes at around 5k miles interval to keep the oil fresh.
  • Let the engine idle for a couple minutes after a long or hard drive to cool the turbo and prevent the oil from coking in the bearings.
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