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Old 02-15-10, 07:58 PM
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borg warner exhaust flange?

i heard that the borg warner vband flange for the exhaust side is a bit different then the normal ones.. is that true? anyone know where i can but the flange adn vband clamp for my dp to turbo? its an s366 btw with a 4.21" i believe
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Yes they are a bit different. I had to change the flange on my down pipe from a greddy 4" or whatever to one that would fit my bw 475. The flange for my BW is slightly larger than the one that I was useing for my t88 setup.

I got mine from a local diesel shop here that is a dealer for borg warner. I would think any BW dealers here on the site would have them. If not I could help you get one.
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Yes they are a bit different. I had to change the flange on my down pipe from a greddy 4" or whatever to one that would fit my bw 475. The flange for my BW is slightly larger than the one that I was useing for my t88 setup.

I got mine from a local diesel shop here that is a dealer for borg warner. I would think any BW dealers here on the site would have them. If not I could help you get one.
The S475 comes with a T6 flange usually. Did you get one with a t4 flange? If so, did it fit on your greddy manifold?

Do you have any pics?

Thanks!!!

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The S475 comes with a T6 flange usually. Did you get one with a t4 flange? If so, did it fit on your greddy manifold?

Do you have any pics?

Thanks!!!

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Yes sir, my s475 has a devided t4 flange, and it matches up to my greddy manifold. However the downpipe flanges seem to be slightly larger as the OP has stated.

I do have pics, but I never took any of the greddy manifold sitting next to the turbine housing to compare flanges if that is what your curious about. Most of them are of the turbo already mounted to the greddy manifold. So they would be more of just an engine bay pic.
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Out for the post count today I guess

Sorry muibubbles I am really not trying to highjack your thread....

Anthony, they are nothing really special, but here are a couple pics that show the turbo mounted on a greddy manifold. However I had to have a spacer made for the manifold to allow the turbine housing to clear the lim.
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cool beans. no problem seven, thanks for the offer! actually just got them from a turbo diesel shop online
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shouldnt a precision flange work as well on a borg warner??
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i bought a 4" v-band flange and clamp setup welded it on the turbo
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Yes sir, my s475 has a devided t4 flange, and it matches up to my greddy manifold. However the downpipe flanges seem to be slightly larger as the OP has stated.

I do have pics, but I never took any of the greddy manifold sitting next to the turbine housing to compare flanges if that is what your curious about. Most of them are of the turbo already mounted to the greddy manifold. So they would be more of just an engine bay pic.
Thanks Seven for the pics!

KillahRx7 - thats a good idea too.

Thanks!!!
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seven what lim are u using? factory or the excessive motorsports?
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I am just using a modified factory lim for now. We were able to get decent flow results through it but had to take alot of material out and had do a little welding. That is why I built the shield to help deflect heat, and to hide the ugly. ha ha
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