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2rz 3rz T3 Turbo Manifold Toyota Tacoma on 2040-parts.com

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New Harmony, Indiana, United States

New Harmony, Indiana, United States
Condition:New

T3 flanged turbo manifold for Toyota Tacoma with a 2rz or 3rz.  Manifold will also have 38mm vband/2bolt or 44mm vband wastegate port added depending on what is needed.  Manifold is new and built by me,  I've done lots of these so if you have questions please feel free to contact me.  
I can also do these for the 2/3rz that has been swapped into a car, turbo has to be lower than one pictured above.  Also build them for the good old 3tc.  So if you need something similar, but different just send me a message.
Using the buy it now, will get free shipping within the 48 states.
If out of the 48 states, please just contact me.

Any questions or for more pictures just ask

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