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Old 09-22-2006, 06:38 AM   #1
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i was wondering how can i setup the downpipe from my turbo if there is no actual bolt on aplication to go from the exhaust part of the turbo to the elbow? help please because i'm most likely not going to run a ct26 so just asking and should i get a downpipe or just look for a catalitic downpipe thingy? or can some one help me get info on this like catalitic from the elbow? i don't know i have a blitz nur exhaust can someone help me?
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Old 09-23-2006, 01:45 AM   #2
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There are plenty of down pipes that eliminate the elbow altogether, Just look for ebay. My recomendation would be the BIC divorced downpipe or just get a cheap one you can cut up if you are going to changethe turbo out in the future.
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umm i don't want the bic divorced downpipe because i won't be using a ct-26 it does not have bolt holes for the exhast portion its just the circle opening and i was wondering how i would connect that to a either downpipe or a catalytic converter
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can you please explain that better?
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Old 09-23-2006, 10:39 AM   #5
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aftermarket turbo's have same style of openings where you can see the turbine blades they are both circular therefore need to have some sort of couplink to join the turbow accordian hose to the amf and then the filter but the other side is just the same but leading to a downpipe so i was wondering how woiuld i connect that to the downpipe? cut the downpipe so that there is no bolting area so i can just stick on a coupler or should ihave the turbo sent into somewhere to get it fitted to fit a downpipe?

ohh my turbo does not have an internal wastegate so [img]file:///C:/DOCUME%7E1/BRYANT%7E1/LOCALS%7E1/Temp/moz-screenshot.jpg[/img]

on the ct26 on the exhaust portion connecting to the turbo elbow there is the bolting area my new turbo will not have that so what shall i do?
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Old 09-23-2006, 06:28 PM   #6
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Any turbo is going to have a flange on the exhaust side. If you get the DDP, you can have the flange cut off and have a new one made that is the same flange as your turbo. The only openings that a coupler go on are the compressors intake/outlet. The turbine side has flanges with bolt patterns on the inlet and outlet.
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if you can try to upload the picture again. that will help alot...
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not this but this
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thats the inlet right...

it suck the air in right...




if so then...



for my knowdlege... if you gonna use that turbo then you gonna have the hks or any related air/fuel controller... to control the air n fuel... or else you cannot use it... cause there is no way you can hook up the intake from your afm to that turbo inlet.. cause that inlet.. dont have any space or adapter for you to clamp the intake pipe right... so yeah... or else... you wanna do some custom weld on the inlet... then that is something else.. but i dont recomending... cause it dont looks good after you weld tho...

well yeah.. hope this help you little bit...
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? that turbo looks like every turbo, Flange on the exhaust, And a coupler mount for the intake. I dont see what the problem is.
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