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Jeep 4.0 Remote Turbo Turbine Housing T3 Pipe Mount Flange Garrett Turbochager on 2040-parts.com

US $159.00
Location:

Monument, Colorado, United States

Monument, Colorado, United States

 turbo exhaust housing great for jeep turbo 4.0 4.7  project just get local muffler shop to build an up pipe and mount the turbo where the old air box was.

easy to mount housing for a t3 turbo it mates with a flared flange connection common on exhaust manifolds of the 70's 

oem fit on some v8  but used on many other remote mount applications


these work great for old school low buck turbo conversions as they don't require a expensive manifold or flange just plumb it to any oem manifold or crossover tube.



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