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Old 10-22-2015, 10:22 PM   #1
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So I'm planning on turbocharging my 2005 Miata. My friend told me he has a turbo that I may be able to use and I need some of your guy's help. From what I am able to find, it is off of a Dodge/Chrysler 2.2L 174hp engine which is in several cars such as the Daytona Shelby, Shadow ES, and Chrysler LeBaron. Also I found that it may be a TD2501 or T03(?), however I have never heard of it before. The exhaust flange is oddly shaped also. It is rectangular except for one hole which is sticking out a little further in one direction. If you guys know if anyone has put one of these on a Miata or there is any information about it, please let me know. And if this isn't in the right section, I'll be glad to move it, I'm kinda new here. Thanks

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Here are the numbers on it if you can't read them on the images:
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TA0279P
5281071
465599-6

Exhaust side: A/R.48 M24
Intake side: A/R 64 M-4 3
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The real question is, where are you going to get a manifold for that, or, are you going to build the manifold yourself?
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Yea, this is the reason I'm kind of hesitant about even messing with this turbo. If I did end up using this, I would definitely have to get one custom fabbed. I know some people who could probably do it though.
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t3 super 60. with a horrible exhaust housing.
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Go find a T25 that fits with all the FM/Begi parts. It will be easier and cheaper in the long run.
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Go find a T25 that fits with all the FM/Begi parts. It will be easier and cheaper in the long run.
Check out the Silvia forums. I got mine there for $50
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