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Old May 19th, 2010, 06:35 PM
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Exhaust to turbo connection

What works for clamping the exhaust pipe to the turbo on the 200 Tdi?
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There is a clamp with a bolt
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OK? And it looks like?
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Kind of like this
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Old May 19th, 2010, 09:01 PM
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Kind of like this
And you have this?
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I have 1













But it is installed on my 90"









Sorry, feeling snarky today
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Old May 19th, 2010, 09:24 PM
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Tease. At least I have a picture.
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I think the part number is NTC3608

Not 100% sure

Might be able to get one at a local muffler shop as well, just take the down pipe with you.

Kind of a fancy funky looking downpipe looks nothing like mine. Going into your Series?
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The downpipe on a 200 also has a tag welded on it, that lines up with a casting on the block, where an (M10 i think) bolt... 2 bolts actually, bolts the exhaust to the side of the engine block. this stops the turbo from having the weight of the exhaust hanging off of it, and also stops that stupid sliding joint thing from pulling apart... which they do when the tag snaps off of the exhaust!
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I think the part number is NTC3608

Not 100% sure

Might be able to get one at a local muffler shop as well, just take the down pipe with you.

Kind of a fancy funky looking downpipe looks nothing like mine. Going into your Series?
Thanks I will check around for it. I also see there is a threaded hole right on the intake as well, could make a clamp that bolts to it.
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