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Old 07-02-2011, 06:36 PM   #1
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Default Is there a difference in a t2, t25, and a t28 flange?

I have decided to piece a kit together for my 2000 Miata and just bought a manifold, dp, and ss oil and coolant lines off a 2000 with a gt2554r. I am trying to find the turbo I want to run but all the Garrett turbos I see are t25 and t28 flanges does this mean they are t2 or are they different?
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t2 is t2x

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t2 is t2. t25 is t25. t28 however is a t25 flange
t2x is all t2 flange sizes. t3 and t4 are different sizes.
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I'm kinda confused. Everything I have found on google acts like t2 is the same as t25 and I know t25 and t28 are the same. So my thinking is t then the first number is the flange is that correct? So if there was a t35 it would still be a t3 flange not a t35. If anyone can clear this up it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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T2 is the flange type

T25, T28 are turbo types

T25 and T28 both have the T2 flange
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T2 is the flange type

T25, T28 are turbo types

T25 and T28 both have the T2 flange

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