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Factory upipe flange?

trying to install a h2e kit and didn't know it used what i call flange the piece of metal that holds the dough nut gasket and pipe into the pedestal, is this the part # for it
F4TZ6K854F

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Re: Factory upipe flange?

Up pipe to collector clamps (2) F81Z-6N632-AA 1827268C1

Up pipe to collector bolts (4) W 301640

Drivers side up pipe (1) F81Z-6K854-FA

Passenger side up pipe (1) F81Z-6K854-EA

Up pipe to manifold clamps (2) F4TZ-6K854-F 1820747C1

Up pipe to manifold clamp bolts (4) W 301640
Up pipe to manifold clamp nuts (4) W 300050

Up pipe donut gaskets (2) F4TZ-6K854-C 1816103C1


Joe, I am not 100% on these part numbers but I believe they are all correct.

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Re: Factory upipe flange?

Tom what do i need? I need the round metal piece with 2 holes that slides over the up pipes and seals the up pipes and dough nut to the turbo pedestal if I make any since

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Tom what do i need? I need the round metal piece with 2 holes that slides over the up pipes and seals the up pipes and dough nut to the turbo pedestal if I make any since
Think they call it the " baby's butt."
Not sure about a part number.
Your "kit" didnt come with the one you need?

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Re: Factory upipe flange?

nope , the hypermax kit uses the factory turbo stuff, and my factory turbo crap has been gone in the wind for a few years

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Re: Factory upipe flange?

Up pipe to collector clamps (2) F81Z-6N632-AA 1827268C1

I think that is the right part number. I believe the one you posted is for the manifold connection.

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Thanks Tom!

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