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Old 04-06-2007, 06:22 PM   #1
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Guys I'm going to a local shop that supplys hoses, fittings n stuff. I need the sizes and stuff but also where can I get one of these?

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I also need that little flange in the middle
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help me out puto's pls
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also could try http://--------------------------- they sell oil line kits for hondas but also sell the fittings at a pretty good price
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Check the third post:
https://www.miataturbo.net/forums/sh...&highlight=t25

If you've gotta have the bling-bling Earls fittings, Summit carries all that stuff or any pipe/fitting shop will be able to order it for you. Just take the turbo in when you go.
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Or you can go to your local hardware store and get the compression nut fittings. They work great. Then get some stainless tubing and bend it to your needs to get the coolant hoses away from the hot mani and turbo. My coolant setup cost me less than $15.
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i got all of my stuff from Orme Brothers. They are located on Reseda and Rayen(?) The small street right before Parthenia.

OR, you can drive down to Hillco(city of stanton..right where super autobac is) and get your bolts and AN fittings there.
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i got all of my stuff from Orme Brothers. They are located on Reseda and Rayen(?) The small street right before Parthenia.

OR, you can drive down to Hillco(city of stanton..right where super autobac is) and get your bolts and AN fittings there.
ya you and terry have recommended me to go there.. ima check it out
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