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Old 06-08-2006, 05:25 PM   #1
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I am selling two of my stainless steel turbo manifold / head flanges for the 1.6L. They are 1/2 inch laser cut, and the spacing on the ports / bolt holes are Exact.

$125 each, shipped

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what happened to making all those manifolds.
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these are left over flanges.
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125 each? WTF?
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well thats with shipping. i dont believe i have seen any for sale online, i may have been mistaken. its only about 35$ more than a mild steel flange from jgstools.com i think its a fair price.
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Alright, JGS Tools has the flanges $75. But that neither here or there, good luck!
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maybe i am confused but i believe there flanges are all mild steel. i am talking about 1/2 inch stainless. i was saying i dont think i have seen any stainless ones for sale anywhere and its only $35 more than the mild steel ones i have seen for sale. hope that clears that up. anyways. maybe its teh shipping thats confusing you. the flanges will be about 105-110 with out shipping... thats not but 30-35 more than a mild steel. welding stainless runners to mild will cause a crack alot sooner due to the different expansion contraction rates. so if you have mild pipe fittings a mild flange is fine but if your going with stainless runners a stainless flange would be best. its not that much more.. dont know why your trying to kill my thread here but i guess you feel like this is outragous or somthing. if you feel so just dont buy them its not much more money i wont be making but like $10 anyways.
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I bought my stainless flange here: http://etdracing.com/perfparts/turbobuilder.html

They're $100 Canadian (~$90 U.S.), plus shipping, so $125 sounds fair.
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oh cool i never saw that, that will help out in some time crunches.... dean i guess ill eat the money so i can get rid of them

110 shipped.
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alright these need to go due to me buying a chassis today. i will ship them to you for 95 each now.
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When these hit 85 im buying one.
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ill do 85+ shipping but i wont go lower as that being 10 more than a mild steel one.
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I bought my stainless 1.6 flange from ETD also, shipping was alot to the US. Also, the flange needed massaging with my diegrinder to clear something. Easy fix, but when you are spending that much you want it to fit. These flanges are a great deal at $95, especially if they actually fit.
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