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Exaust Manifold Studs


TJR32GTS-T
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G'day guys, I've got a new turbo with manifold and dump ready to go onto my rb20, and upon inspecting my old manifold I noticed atleast 2 studs that have snapped, I figure if 2 need to be replaced the might as well do them all, my question is if u guys have anywhere to recommend to get this done? And at the same time put on the new turbo.

Cheers in advance - Trent

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Thanks for that mate, I'm looking for someone to do the studs and the turbo all in the one hit tho. This would be good tho if I do end up doing the turbo swap myself,

Cheers- Trent

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If you do the install your self then the thread doctor is the man to use, i used him not long ago, great service!

Any work shop should be able to to do the job, if everything you have is just bolt on then its pretty simple stuff.

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+1 for thread doctor.

really good and comes to you.

im using Stainless Steel studs. not many people like them as they reckon they bind, but my turbo has been off plenty of times without any issues at all.

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