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Old 10-22-2006, 03:48 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a solidmodel or cad drawing of the 1.8L exhaust head flange. Apparently someone found it to be of little importance and threw it away before i had it in the computer.
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i dont have it on hand, but i can do some measurements and draw one up for ya give me a couple days
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I have one, PM me and ill look through my stuff. I have it in autocad if your esperate I can put it in Pro/e
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I'd also like a copy if someone can share...
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Loki, you can go ahead and send me your cad file. .dxf or the equivalent is fine, I can import just about anything. You can also take a look at arkmage's post, he has a 1.8L flange that he solid modeled but the ports are a bit oversize he said.
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anyone happen to have a solid model of a gretty tdo4 turbo?
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Loki, you can go ahead and send me your cad file. .dxf or the equivalent is fine, I can import just about anything. You can also take a look at arkmage's post, he has a 1.8L flange that he solid modeled but the ports are a bit oversize he said.
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yeah give me a a bit to find it PM me to remind me.
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bumping a really old thread because i'm looking for this cad model and the link is dead :(
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Noah Teichmiller needs lessons in the use of datums.
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I was just about to make that up in Catia but then he hasn't included any dimensions for the holes or overall flange size.
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hello
can someone share with cad file for 1.8 exhaust flange with standart ports ?
if i correcty understand then posted picture 2 posts back are with oversized ports
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Noah Teichmiller also seems to have even crappier measuring abilities than I do, which is pretty sad. Just used a print of this as a sketch to mark up when measuring a factory BP05-13-460 exhaust gasket. I'm confident that if anyone ever actually made a part from that drawing, it wouldn't come close to fitting on the head.

However, the ports do basically match the outline of the gasket, which leaves a little space to match port the head. And the perimeter is darn close to the same length as the inside perimeter of a 1 1/2-in. Sch. 10 weld-el, so those dimensions work pretty well for me.
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