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Turbo flange drawings if they help anyone

Here are some drawings I have had for a while that might help someone down the way. They are T3 and T4 flange designs. SOmeone correct me if Im wrong. Let me know. I have more for Mitsu, t25, and turbo K cars.
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Thanks man, this is helpful. I'll get off my lazy ass and actually make some turbo spacers now.

Hmm, wonder whats better, billet or laser cut steel?

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