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Old 01-29-2007, 11:45 PM   #1
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Default What do you guys think this is?

It looks like a t25, but it could be a t3 turbo?

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What sucks is that different year daytonas had different turbos. No nice, easy way to look up the info.
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Just from the size of the turbine inlet and compressor housing relational to the bearing housing it looks to be a T3 but that's coming from someone deaf, dumb, and blind as Anne Frank.

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I was going to guess T3 as well, but I really have no idea.

There are smart "T3 guys" here though. Tomorrow they'll humble us..
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could be a t3...kinda looks like it but can't tel either...but thats my opinion
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it's a tb0335, I have one in my garage at the moment. that's the standard T3 for chrysler 2.2L.
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Looks like a T3, but that turbine flange sure doesn't look like the T3 "standard"
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It's the Dodge T3 flange, it's a goofy flange... unless you want to make a custom flange, run away.

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It's the Dodge T3 flange, it's a goofy flange... unless you want to make a custom flange, run away.

Mark
I havn't checked yet but I think it may have enough meat to be re-drilled to a standard bolt pattern. If not, you can always buy a used .48 housing on ebay for $20 shipped.
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