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Old 04-02-2005, 02:21 PM   #1
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Default I need t3/t4 turbo gaskets...

I found someone ebay, so I emailed him because the gasket i need wasnt pictured. I googled but could only find the inlet gasket, i need the inlet and outlet gaskets. Anyone know where I can find them?

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Old 04-02-2005, 02:55 PM   #2
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I've had great service with these guys -- http://www.roadraceengineering.com/f...andgaskets.htm

You also get 20% off if you buy 5+ gaskets, so if you need inlet, outlet, and wastegate gaskets, buy and oil gasket and get a discount.
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Old 04-02-2005, 02:55 PM   #3
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Old 04-02-2005, 03:10 PM   #4
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Thanks Nick, I checked the site and they seem to have what im looking for under the garrett section, these should be the same right? This the only downside for me buying a car that was built by someone else, I dont know whats what! lol

no-coast thank, I was looking on prostreet before but couldnt find the outlet gaskets.

thanks for the help

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Old 04-03-2005, 05:40 AM   #5
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I don't know turbos too well, but from what I understand, all T3 exhaust housings will be shaped the same, regardless of it is internal or externally gated.
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Old 04-03-2005, 12:53 PM   #6
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Yeah... all t3 hot sides will be the same. There is just a difference between the internally and externally 'gated. That's why the flanges on that prostreet page will work as long as you make the right choice on the outlet.
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Old 04-03-2005, 07:18 PM   #7
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OT, but i sent you an email McDade
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Old 04-04-2005, 06:26 PM   #8
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OT, but i sent you an email McDade
Havent checked yet...I will when I get home tonight.

My turbo is externally gated.

I emailed the guys at roadraceengineering about the garrett gaskets they have and he said they are the same. Prostreet doesnt have the outlet gasket I need. The inlet is ther though.

Mine pretty much look like these (from looking at the up/dp flanges on the car), though they list them as both being for a T3. Im such a n00b with turbos, which part of my turbo is the t3 and wich is the t4? I was always under the impression that one housing was t3 and the other housing was t4, or is it just the internals that are different?
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The T3 is the exhaust housing.

I never have used an outlet gasket... always just bolted the dp right up to the turbo and only had minor minor leaks. *shrug*
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Yea I dont even know if there is a gasket there, Im just trying to prepare for fixing my wastegate exhaust leak, hence the prior thread about wastegate gaskets. I cant get to one of the bolts holding the wastegate in so I have to at least remove the downpipe bolts, and probably take the turbo/upipe out, so I want to make sure I have everything I need to put it back together.

thanks for the help.

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Havent checked yet...I will when I get home tonight.

My turbo is externally gated.

I emailed the guys at roadraceengineering about the garrett gaskets they have and he said they are the same. Prostreet doesnt have the outlet gasket I need. The inlet is ther though.

Mine pretty much look like these (from looking at the up/dp flanges on the car), though they list them as both being for a T3. Im such a n00b with turbos, which part of my turbo is the t3 and wich is the t4? I was always under the impression that one housing was t3 and the other housing was t4, or is it just the internals that are different?
We have more gaskets than are listed on our site. Give us a call 888-776-7022.
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Old 07-16-2005, 06:33 PM   #12
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Just alittle advice.. on most of our 'race' vehicles we used no gaskets just Hondabond and let it set. But since these are cars were the definition of 'racecars' = unreliable, then we never had the time to see long-term problems of using a sealant compared w/ single or by gaskets. But w/ any metal gaskets used, we'd prep them in CopperCoat by Permatex and other companies. NEVER had a problem and always a great safe-guard. Use them on Honda OE headgaskets too!!! Just saying since we did NHRA HotRod class for awhile.
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I still use Hondabond on Exhaust flanges that may not seal. Used it on a 02 WRX yesterday w/ a Downpipe install to his 'hacked' cat-back.
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PS-But for me, I always try to use OE parts when I can. I know there are companies making better exhaust gaskets for the Subies than OE, but sometimes you have fitment problems or sealing problems. Just better off re-using stock metal gaskets and copper-coating them.
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Old 07-16-2005, 07:21 PM   #14
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That downpipe gasket in the picture is not a compression gasket, just a thin piece of sheet metal. I ordered one , and didn't even bother to put it on my car. No leaks.

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www.atpturbo.com also has many gaskets.
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