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Old 01-29-2008, 01:51 AM   #1
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Default FS BEGI T25/28 Cast Manifold w/EGR

All that's left is the manifold:

BEGI Cast manifold for T25 or T28 with '99 EGR. Never used by me. Sitting on my floor waiting to give someone a good time. It was used by Bell then refinished and sold. I can see nothing wrong with this part at all.
This manifold retails for $439 from BEGI brand new.
Asking price $380 shipped in the lower 48 states.

PM if interested.

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Let me know if you would like to part the turbo out and for how much. Also which sr20 is it from. .60?
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Its from a Red Top SR20 I believe. As you can see the A/R is .80. i would part it out at the right price. What are you offering?
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^.80, .64

Would you part out the ATP adapters?

I'd be interested in seeing a picture of how you mounted the wastegate once clocked.
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no planes at current to part out adapters. i will do my best to get a shot of how the wastegate is attached.....
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Well as cheap as i am, not much im assuming you wouldnt take what i want anyways. But let me know if you dont sell it. Im in the market for a t25 to match with a begi dp/mani
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Thanks for your honesty!! i will keep you in mind if nothing happen here.
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This should all fit on a 94, right?

I do understand that the egr would have to be plugged.
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The '99s have more room with the "shelf" in the engine bay so the downpipe might have a tough time fitting.
Give bellengineering.net a call and see what they say.
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Corky said that he had never tried, but seems to think that it should fit or may have issues. Not really all that clear.

I figured someone on here might have done it before..

Think it is possible to hammer the body a little and make some clearance?
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or an air saw on the deck...no big deal
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Of course you can hammer, grind, cut the shelf. It's just not as fun as just bolting up a downpipe.
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Shane if thats all it takes then id say go for it. My electric cut off wheel wont have any trouble making space.
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Are you parting out? I'm only in need of the manifold. Thanks!
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**** it, I'll give it a shot.

PM sent to OP.
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@#$%^&*()(*&^%$# post limits
Tried to send a PM, blocked by post limit. Seriously interested in your stuff. Send me a pm so I can reply. Thanks
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Bump for the OP. I am a ****-up and can not buy his parts.

ZX-Tex, here is your chance.
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Still available! Now with free shipping!!
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I set of vice grips and a 3lb sledge can gain you roughly .5" on the shelf... If I can make a prelude downpipe fit in a miata someone can make a '99 downpipe fitting an NA.
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