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Old 08-02-2010, 04:54 PM   #1
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Looking for a Nissan turbo inlet adapter. This is the piece that attaches to the turbo and goes to the intercooler. Not sure which turbo it is exactly from, but I know it's from a nissan. The piece specifically is the one that is not a 90 degree turn, but a little less than that. More of a 45 I would say. This pic is exactly the piece that I'm looking for (we need another). This build was doing yesterday btw. Please let me know what you have.



And another pic so you can just see how great the intercooler piping looks going under the low profile headlights.

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What it looked like before we did the piping. The intercooler is larger, you just cant see it behind the frame.
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Can you guys weld? If so, I might have a flange for that laying around somewhere... As I used to have an SR20DET back in the day. T25 or T28?
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Psst - that's the turbo outlet

I may have one in my parents' garage, I'll be going there this weekend and will look if you haven't found one by then. I do have an ATP straight outlet adapter if you are interested in that.
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I can't weld.


Artie had a brain fart, of course it's the outlet. I have the straight one from ATP but it doesn't fit where I need it. The one shown in the picture is from my car, the Machine. I need another one so I can put it back together. Hopefully one of you guys have one you can part with.
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I'll check this weekend for you.
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I will check the next time I'm at my parents house and pick up that flange as well just incase...
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Thanks for the reply guys. Let us know what you find. It's for a GT2560.

And apparently the email notification sux ***** on this site cause I only got one email that there was a reply.
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Thanks for the reply guys. Let us know what you find. It's for a GT2560.

And apparently the email notification sux ***** on this site cause I only got one email that there was a reply.
It only keeps track of whether the number of replies since you last visit is greater than 0. Once it is greater than 0 it sends an email, but only the one time. It resets each time you visit.
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That looks just like an rb20/rb25 turbo outlet... I have an rb20 turbo one in garage.

I can snap pic and rough measure it if it helps.
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That would be awesome Dave. Let me know.
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Paul,

It's the one highlighted in green. Try your local Nissan dealers.
http://www.nissanparts.cc/cart/?pn=14460-40p01



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^LMK if you don't have any luck locally, I have a few contacts.

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That's actually not the one we're looking for. The one we're looking for angles up more. Paul has that piece already, but its at the wrong angle. And the one we're looking for is a little longer too. I wish we got a better shot of it. To show you the difference.
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Psst - that's the turbo outlet
No, I was right. It's called the turbo inlet. Look at the picture that Chris posted.
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Is it the one on the left here? Ignore the adapter plate bolted to the bottom. If so, that's 14460-40P11.



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Crap, I forgot to check on this. I'll do it tonight.

And if its sending air from Turbo to IC... how is that not the outlet?
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And if its sending air from Turbo to IC... how is that not the outlet?
This... The turbo inlet would be what the intake tract is attached to which has a 2-bolt flange in all the T2X turbos I've seen. And the turbo oulet has a kinda triangle flange with 3-bolts. Unless you have some off-the-wall turbo I haven't seen before.
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It's the outlet, Nissan is just being silly.

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I have seen them on ebay a bunch of times. Chinese copies of the nissan piece.

EDIT: If you have some 2" aluminum bend left over I will weld it to the straight piece for you. I don't think I have any 2" aluminum lying around.
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