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Today I passed by the dealer, nothing to do, so while chatting and looking at the Lusso and Abarth, I noticed the Turbo had different no.

Lusso had Garred 922 while the Abarth had 100. Do they have a different Garett turbo. tia
 

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If I pass by again by the dealer, I will take a pic of the Garrett turbo_On the Turbo I see the Garrett and a small number on it and I noticed the different number on the Lusso and Abarth.
 
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Where's the small number? For example I see Garrett and A/R 46. Can't find any "922" or "100". :confused:

There is also a EL 093 in a circle stamp.
They were in the circle metal stamped of the turbo and were very small in print. It was not on the bar code.
 

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mine is a garrett/46 in circle say E1 or F1 101. check the picture
 

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They all appear to be functionally the same turbo. Pete's batch number theory sounds good to me. Garrett makes turbos in various factorys and of course in different batches. This is probably just a way they keep track of things for quality control or warranty issues.

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mine is a garrett/46 in circle say E1 or F1 101. check the picture
I see you have also added some "bits" to your car. Mine says EK/039. I notice that the orientation of the mark is different, not just the number.
 

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They might have assorted casting differences, but both the Classica/Lusso and Abarth use the same turbo. The Garrett actual part number for both is the same. Verified this myself
 
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