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Old 12-05-2007, 03:49 AM   #1
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The previous owner barely used these parts and I never installed it.

-T3/T4 (No shaft play and spins freely. 5 bolt pattern) - $350 shipped

-2.5" downpipe for T3/T4 that's made for an integra, which probably wouldn't do a miata much good - $100 + shipping

-HKS wastegate - $175 shipped.

-HKS sequential BOV - $100 shipped

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The previous owner barely used these parts and I never installed it.

-T3/T4 (No shaft play and spins freely. 5 bolt pattern) - $350 shipped

-2.5" downpipe for T3/T4 that's made for an integra, which probably wouldn't do a miata much good - $100 + shipping

-HKS wastegate - $175 shipped.

-HKS sequential BOV - $100 shipped

Pictures upon request.
What model T3/T4? Do you have the Turbonetics part #?
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Old 12-05-2007, 10:38 AM   #3
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pics of the waistgate please very intrested and location of where the product is.......... will pm latter
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I'll get specs and pictures once I go home from work. I'm located in Bakersfield, CA but am in so.cal every weekend. I'll be making a trip up north (SF) soon too.
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Pictures of the HKS parts + Turbonetics turbo.

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Old 12-06-2007, 12:35 PM   #6
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oopsiedoodle, that compressor housing ain't gonna work too well.
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oopsiedoodle, that compressor housing ain't gonna work too well.
Of course it will spool itself silly i dunno if the silicone can take the pressure. Please post the DP pic as well.
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oopsiedoodle, that compressor housing ain't gonna work too well.
I don't understand what this means? Is it b/c of the 90 turn?
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Look at a few turbo Miata installations, the compressor outlet needs to point forward, to the driver's side, or straight. Might not be a big deal to cut off and use the weld as a bead holding a silicone coupler on, but as-is it's not going to work.
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I don't understand what this means? Is it b/c of the 90 turn?
yeah... it's 180* off for a rwd car. it could still be used, but plumbing would be a bitch.
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If anyone is interested, Turbonetics wrote me back about the turbo specs:

Based on the information you have provided, I can tell you that it’s a “T04B-H” turbocharger. The “H” is the trim and describes the compressor wheel. It is not a 63 trim turbocharger. The 63 signifies the 0.63 A/R on the turbine housing. This unit is generally rated for 300-450 HP.



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Trades are welcome too.
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what condition is the bov in? im looking to replace the 1g DSM bov i have....looks like the same fitting(i cant think of the appropriate word, too tired)
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^flange thats what i was looking for
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what condition is the bov in? im looking to replace the 1g DSM bov i have....looks like the same fitting(i cant think of the appropriate word, too tired)
the part on the left that looks like it has a similar flange is a wastegate, not a BOV.
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Condition is fine. Aesthetically, it's a little scratched as you can see from the pictures. Functionally it's fine.
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T3/T4 - $280 + shipping
HKS Wastegate - $150 shipped
HKS BOV - $75 shipped
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