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Old 08-05-2009, 06:17 PM   #1
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LOL wtf hustler
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I made mine look for my thread. Ebay has them or ATP.com
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You can also grind the compressor outlet flange down to just leave the outlet round and slide a coupler over it. There are some pics on here somewhere. I just did the same to my SR20 T25 last week and it came out great. Only cost me some time with a 4" cutting disk and a hand file.
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^ Seconded, grind the outlet down.

You can buy the inlet at atpturbo.net./
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Obviously I don't wish to spend 50+ dollars so I was asking to see if anyone had some laying around You know from old builds Geeze.....
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If you grind it down, be ready to make a huge mess. Make sure you don't do it inside your garage. Found a pic on my computer of someone on the board who did it.

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lol awesome I don't think I wanna go that route though
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lol awesome I don't think I wanna go that route though
I wouldn't either. I just bought the ATP piece.
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It's not that hard. Just don't use a grinder for all of it, use a cutoff wheel for the majority of the extra metal. Quicker and makes less of a mess. The ATP parts are nice, but $50 for one flange (didn't need one for the intake) for a turbo that cost $50 just doesn't make sense. Plus, since that is what Begi does it makes it a direct plug and play to replace it with a GT2560 on down the road (a Begi or FM one anyway).
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I found some for 25 Thanks anyway, close thread thnx
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