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Old 12-22-2007, 04:06 AM   #1
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Does anyonw have or know of a CAD(or similar) drawing of the manifold flange for na6 they would be willing to share? I want to start making a manifold and need the flange, since they don't seem to be easy to come across here in Aus I thought if I could do a drawing I could just got one laser cut. But if someone else already has one that would be even better.

If anyone has a 1.8 one they want to share you could post that here too, I am sure there are other ppl that could make use of that.

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Scan an exhaust manifold gasket? Most laser shops can cut from a scale jpg image. Actually just bring them the gasket. They can go from that.
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try PMing TurboTim. I know he water jetted his own flanges for his 1.6 turbo mani
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Begi might help too.
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Or go here.
http://jgsturbo.com/trbmnf.html
Part number TK037 (1.6) or TK008 (1.8) $74.99
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The jgs ones are no much good to me since I am in Australia, so they would probably cost me nearly twice that by the time I get it, besides I am trying to do it on the cheap. I might try some of your other suggestions...
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I had a copy of both flanges. I'll see if I can find them when I get back to school. Feel free to email me if I forget.
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That would be great!
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ETDRacing.com sells all the flanges you need.
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