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Old 07-25-2012, 08:57 PM   #1
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Default t4 turbo on a t3/t4 manifold??

I have a t3/t4 turbo kit, but the turbo is bad....found a t4 turbo online for a real good deal. Is there a way to put that on my manifold? If so, is it a big deal?

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Default Re: t4 turbo on a t3/t4 manifold??

I take it the manifold is t3 flanged?
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Default Re: t4 turbo on a t3/t4 manifold??

Either

Change the exhaust housing to a t3
Cut the flange off the manifold and replace with a t4
Buy an adapter
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Default Re: t4 turbo on a t3/t4 manifold??

T3\t4 kit usually means thee turbine side is a t3 size and the compressor side is a t4.
If your exhaust manifold flange is drilled for both sizes your good
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Default Re: t4 turbo on a t3/t4 manifold??

i will have to look at my manifold
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Default Re: t4 turbo on a t3/t4 manifold??

I have a t4oe looking to get a top mounted turbo manifold and I want to stick with t3/t4 and go with a 60 trim one. I found one for like $600 bucks. My question is I have about 11 inches from my block to my intercooler. I only say top mount manifold because Idk if a ram horn one will make the clearance. I'm currently in Germany so I don't wanna get it and just hope it fits. It's a pain to return stuff. You think it will fit and is a 60 t3/t4 a good turbo? The xx trim/ xx g or gtxxxxr all confuse me. I'm not sure what size it what
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