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Vgt He351vgt He351ve Hy-35 Hx35 Turbo Flange Adapter To T3 Undivided Manifold on 2040parts.com

US $125.95
Location:

Houma, Louisiana, US

Houma, Louisiana, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return policy details:refund will be only only on the product price not the shipping charges Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Other Part Number:CFS-VGT-T3UN Surface Finish:CNC Milled & Decked Warranty:Yes

Welcome to Custom Fab Shop

All our products are CNC milled using precision equipment using the lastest CAD/CAM programs. We offer the flanges in custom thickness and even custom application transitions for easier fab work or building your own DIY kits. Email us for more details on custom work. All our flanges are cold roll 1018 steel and are resurfaced after milling to correct any warping so ensure our flanges seal properly. We guarantee our products if you are not satisfied return the product and receive the purchase price refund.

Made in USA

-Holset VGT HE351VE Turbo Adapter to T3 Manifold consist of 1/2" thick flanges with countersunk allen head bolts allows you to transistion the VGT to T3 manifolds. The complete kits requires 1.0" from the mounting plain figuring in gaskets. The kit requires you to get  (2) T3 turbo gaskets and (1) VGT gasket. The kit provided comes with the necessary mounting hardware (bolts and flanges).

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