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Question Deisel novice changing turbo

I'm getting reasy to change my turbo, and I need to know if I a gasket for this:



And what is it called? Thanks in advance for any help.
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post #2 of 8 Old 09-19-2010, 10:43 AM
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im gonna say yes only because i dont know for sure but i do know that the auto parts store generally has a turbo change gasket kit.i know when i changed the turbo on my gsx eclipse i bought the gasket kit and it had everything;banjo bolt crush washers,intake gasket,exhaust gasket,and a few other things.

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anyone else have any input
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What year is your truck???
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my high tech turbo on my cummins had a gasket there for the down pipe plate or what ever u would call that


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I don't think that there is any gasket for that portion of the turbo. As for any gaskets requred for the turbo there, I would try guzzle7pt3.com. He has some nice write-ups for maintenance and modifications. He also sells orings and parts for a pretty reasonable price. Good luck.

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There shouldn't be a gasket there. That should be where your down pipe adapter bolts up and most all the turbos i have worked on don't have a gasket. Only thing you need to be aware of is that the piece that you need to bolt to it isn't warped.
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