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Borg Warner 66mm install help'

I bought a Borg Warner, billet wheel, 66mm turbo with a 4.21" Marmon flange. I need to know what necessary parts to get so I can link this up properly my 4" down pipe. My down pipe goes from a 3" to 4" because the existing turbo is stock. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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New turbo? Thought you had a Garrett 63?

Buy the right downpipe and sell your current one.
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Got rid of that turd lol
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Can you drop me a link to a correct down pipe
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You have the largest resource known to man at your finger tips,

LMGTFY

I don't know what you need but I am sure google does.

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If you're gonna be an a$$ just don't post anything at all. Sorry everyone's gotta start somewhere
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Not trying to be an , point is I don't know anymore than you do. However you have just as much ablitly to find out what you need as I do. Seems that people these days are getting to the point where they are unwilling to do any research for themselves and figure out what is best for their own needs.


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Isn't that the point of a forum? 0_o
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for the downpipe you could probably get a weld in marmon end and then modify a down pipe to fit. Id probably get a hx40 downpipe and convert it to a marmon flange. Thats just my thoughts I may be wrong. Hes just trying to tell you its probably gonna be just as beneficial to do some searching on the internet because these topics have been discussed over and over.

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Here's how I did mine.
I bought a 4" downpipe w/HX40 end on it.
I cut the end off, bellmouthed the end to fit the Marmon flange on my turbo.

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Need marmon flange machined to hx40 where to??

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They also have weld on marmon flanges that you slide down into the exhaust and weld on
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They also have weld on marmon flanges that you slide down into the exhaust and weld on
I like that idea better, put it on, clamp it, tack it, then take it off, weld it then install.

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