A few words about the parts I used: a lot of people in the Saturn tuning community shun using China-built parts. Many people heard horror stories about the turbos and wastegates and just about everything else failing because of poor quality of the parts. I tend to disagree. I did a lot of research before deciding to go with a cheaper Chinese turbo and other said parts. From what I was able to gather, most of the failures came from improper installation and user error . Things like blowing turbo seals because they didn't use an oil feed restrictor, or turbo's exploding because of balance issues, or the bearings failing because people do stupid things to their turbos. Yes, some parts legitimately had design flaws, but for every Chinese turbo failure story I could find a genuine Turbonetics or Garrett failure story. A turbo is a turbo boys and girls. It's not rocket science. Chinese have been great at reverse-engineering quality parts, and many times over comparsions have been done by taking the parts apart and comparing the knock-offs to the real thing, then discovering they are nearly identical inside. With that said, my cheap turbo parts work just great. I have spooled this turbo past 20 psi and it did not explode (and luckily neither did the new engine!) And the new setup, minus the engine, cost me less than a grand. The moral of the story here is, yes you CAN do this for cheap. 15 psi from a Chinese turbo is still 15 psi.UPDATE: yes, it's been over a year with a Chinese turbo. Still spooling. Still no shaft play. Still no leaking seals. Same goes for the Chinese wastegate, Chinese blow-off valve, Chinese intercooler and piping. Chinese tires though, don't get those.UPDATE 2: Yes, year and a half now, the Chinese turbo is still going. At this point I'm sure this proved to everyone that a Chinese turbo can work. It still has no shaft play either. The brand is EMUSA in case anyone is wondering. Cost me $210 shipped back in the day. My friend got the same turbo from eBay a few months ago and it happily spooling with his Ford PGT-ZE.