Lol, here's an example for @Kiwi_dingo Mine from years ago when I got greedy with water inj on my old setup.I didn't mention dust as thats just silly, dust damage is exactly like injected water damage if set up incorrectly or to much water dripping into the outside blade tips on the inducer.
Also to note What i have suggested is no theory thats fact.
Abslobloodylutely.Thanks mate, that's exactly how I would have expected it to look like too. Although that's still quite minor compared to others I've seen.
I just couldn't believe a turbo shop would tell a customer complete rubbish about the damage being caused by dust ingestion. I feel sorry for all these customers who have no clue about this stuff and just take their word for it and fork out for another turbo thinking it was their own fault.
Unfortunately these days there are far too many businesses and people who can call themselves specialists at many things with nothing more than the ability to type said statement in their advertising blurb.I think a lot of shops fit turbos that cannot call themselves turbo specialists.