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Wastegate size

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by GSRTURBO, May 3, 2004.

  1. GSRTURBO

    GSRTURBO Member

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    whats up guys? ive been searching through the forums for a long while and i cant find anything on measuring the size of a wastegate. can anyone help me out? Where do you measure?
    thanks
     
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    its internal.. the size of the plenum or something.
     
  3. GSRTURBO

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    ohh... because i have a rev hard manifold and a tial wastegate, and the bolt holes dont line up. any suggestions?
     
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    theres 3 sizes of tials.

    35/38mm
    40/42 (or is it 43, i forget)mm
    and 46mm

    chances are the rev hard mani has the 35/38 flange on it
     
  5. GSRTURBO

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    i know the rev hard mani is a 40 mm, so the wastegate must be a 35/38 mm since its bolt patter is smaller then the manifold. great... <_<
     
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    i have a revhard b16 manifold the wastegate flange is for 35mm/38mm wastegate, so u probably have a larger one that doesnt line up
     
  7. Full-Race Henry

    Full-Race Henry 9.616 @ 159.16 mph

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    Actually there are 4 Tial WG's now.

    38mm
    40mm
    44mm
    46mm

    The new 44's are badass. Majority of the RevHard manifolds use a 2 bolt wg, which can use deltagate, tial 38, and turbosmart. I think RevHard now uses Turbosmart instead of Tial.
     
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