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Old 12-03-2006, 02:41 AM   #1
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I have a T25 off an SR20 and am need of an adapter to be able to clamp my IC piping onto that badboy. Thought I'd see if anyone had a cheap one lying around or a source for getting a cheap one. I might make one this week but I thought I'd test the waters all the same. I saw a cast one on ebay a few weeks ago but wasn't thinking and let it go. Now I'm here with another "bleeding" turbo and can't swap in the SR20 T25 because i can't clamp up the IC piping.
I know places like ATPturbo sell nice CNC pieces but they're expensive as heck for something I can make equally as good. Right now i'm just under time restraints with finals week coming up and thought there might be another way in. If not I'll bite the bullet, tell the g/f and exams to take a hike and get my tail on the lathe. Thanks guys.
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I have a T25 off an SR20 and am need of an adapter to be able to clamp my IC piping onto that badboy. Thought I'd see if anyone had a cheap one lying around or a source for getting a cheap one. I might make one this week but I thought I'd test the waters all the same. I saw a cast one on ebay a few weeks ago but wasn't thinking and let it go. Now I'm here with another "bleeding" turbo and can't swap in the SR20 T25 because i can't clamp up the IC piping.
I know places like ATPturbo sell nice CNC pieces but they're expensive as heck for something I can make equally as good. Right now i'm just under time restraints with finals week coming up and thought there might be another way in. If not I'll bite the bullet, tell the g/f and exams to take a hike and get my tail on the lathe. Thanks guys.

FWIW my .60 housing had the similar flanges. I used an exhaust flange and a piece of 2" pipe, for the outlet I used 2 1/2", very cheap, under 5 bucks...
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Are you saying it is a standard type exhaust flange because I was unaware of that and have a good exhaust guy i could get one from if that is the case.
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Yes, It was a two bolt, I bought mine from JC whitney... A while back I had bought two of ea of their 1.99 ones, they do come in handy
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This is what I need.

http://www.atpturbo.com/Merchant2/me...egory_Code=FLA

Just like that, 3 bolt instead of 2.
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