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i have a gerrett turbo off a 87 new yorker and its wierd it has a 3 bolt pattern were normaly there is a round tube to put a intake on it so im confused in how to put this turbo on my 1990 dodge shadow.
 

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its wierd it has a 3 bolt pattern were normaly there is a round tube to put a intake on it
It's not wierd... it's just older.

need to either fab or buy an adapter, clock the housing, and mod the wastecan bracket....

simple, no?
 

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oh, and grind some material of of it to clear the intake...

edit: grind the material of of the exhaust housing, i mean.
 

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so i can still hook up the hoses the same way like to the b.o.v and to the throtttle body i just need to make something to put a intake on to the turbo
 

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i got it thanks thats what i was thinking i had to do to put a intake on.but it doesnt say if i can use all the same hoses off my car as it is now with the mitsu turbo in it
 

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some say the mits has different oil line fittings, some say they got it to work... i never had to deal with a mits so i dont know.
as far as the big hoses go, you should be able to get close....

or just save yourself some headache and find a T-II garrett...
 

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yeah thats what i heard about oil lines,i just need the all rubber hoses to go on and i will be good thanks for the help.i can use my stock b.o.v for this turbo or not?
 

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i can't see why not...
 

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but remember, you need to do more than just rig up the inlet... TU sells the adapters.

you need to clock the compressor housing and mod the wastegate can bracket
 

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i dont come on this site and read all the threads and post.i come on here to get help thats all.so saying you had a post about this really doesnt help me:bash:
 

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I replied multiple times to your previous thread, answering the exact questions you have now, as well as some others. That thread is here:

http://www.turbododge.com/forums/f4/f19/163184-garett-t2-help.html

Here's what I said:

G-Pop shop has 4-pc carbon seal kits for about $100. Give them a call & they'll tell you what you need. I think a rebalance is only $45. If nothing's touched, it won't need that, though. To use the TI Garrett on an 88+ TI car, you'd need the TII style compressor housing without the 90° outlet. TU sells them.
Someone else in this thread asked where to get the adapter, Screamin4banger had already posted where to get it.
 
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