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Old 06-08-2010, 11:51 AM   #1
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Question SVT header-cat flange

Does anyone know where I could get a svt header-cat flange?

the flange with the odd 3 bolt design..


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you may have to buy an old cat or header, and swap, or cut off and mate up the flange and reweld it. i don't think you can just buy one
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Old 06-08-2010, 12:04 PM   #3
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you may have to buy an old cat or header, and swap, or cut off and mate up the flange and reweld it. i don't think you can just buy one
lol, I was afraid of take. I PM'd the guy on ebay making the SVT ORP's to see if he can make me a deal, since those are laser cut.
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try a parts store, at autozone you can buy header flange reducers, they look the same as the svt one, my guess is that if it doesnt work you can always use the 2 new ones and have them welded on.
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This is the guy that makes those ORPs:
http://forums.focaljet.com/members/stage3.html

PM him and I'm sure he can hook you up.
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This could work as well: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/3-Bol...Q5fAccessories
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if you can get an outline of one, or atleast a good pic with measurements, you can get a machine shop to cut you one and weld it on for around $20 or so depending the quality of metal you ask for...
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This is the guy that makes those ORPs:
http://forums.focaljet.com/members/stage3.html

PM him and I'm sure he can hook you up.
I already PM'd him on this forum, and he responded

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That will not work.....
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Ahhh, I suppose the SVT flange has one elongated side...stupid custom parts, hah.
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if you can get an outline of one, or atleast a good pic with measurements, you can get a machine shop to cut you one and weld it on for around $20 or so depending the quality of metal you ask for...
Or just use the gasket.
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