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Dave's is not a t3 flange system; it is a three bolt system. It utilizes the pt turbos, as seen in the pictures.

Any turbo that would fit in the space provided would work assuming you have the proper flange on the manifold.

Dave's mani is in the pic. All common aftermarket mani's have t4 flanges on them, which look similar to the t3 flange, but are not compatible. If you want a t3 flange manifold then get a mani and remove the t4 flange then weld on the t3 flange. The second option is to do a tt supra head swap and use the stock turbo mani for the twin ct26's, which have a t3 flange.

--Justin

PS. It is a supra. Unless you have two t3's, they aren't going to cut it, imo.
 

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T4 exhaust flange. Sometimes with a line down the middle. Sometimes without.

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T3 exhaust flange. Never seen one with a line down the middle, so if it has a line it is probably a t4. T3 looks a lot like the t4, but not =

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t3's are more square, and t4's are more rectangle, if that helps

To be honest, don't buy anything without knowing everything about it. The seller should tell you everything. Choosing a turbo with the proper size for your application is important.

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SUPRACHRONIC said:
i didnt pay anything for it. i emaled you pics cant you tell what size it is?. you have givven me good input but i need a solid answer so i can buy the rest of the parts
if u looked at the pics i posted.... ^^^ T3 has a squarish opening and rectangular frame. T4 has a rectangular opening and squarish frame.
 
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