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I recently reinstalled the original 3.0 turbo motor in my ‘76. Below are listed some of the parts that were on the 3.3 motor that was in the car when i bought it.
I am no expert on the names of things or on what is a reasonable value of each.
I am open to negotiation on price and certainly name corrections if applicable.
I just hope some of these will be of use to fellow Pelicans and help them keep thier turbos on the road.
1. intercooler $400
2. j-pipe $450 SOLD
3. sensor flap $225
4. manifold $450
5. pop-off valve $300
6. manifold flanges (6) $120

I can’t speak specifically to the condition of each piece but they all came from a running motor.


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You have to have the photos hosted, and then link to the hosting site (using the "insert image" button that shows up when you have the reply window open).
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I’m guessing #6 is the https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Info/93011014103.htm?pn=930-110-141-03-M260

They often crack, only obvious after you sand them flat just prior to reinstalling your engine. Ask me how I know.
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I’m guessing #6 is the https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Info/93011014103.htm?pn=930-110-141-03-M260

They often crack, only obvious after you sand them flat just prior to reinstalling your engine. Ask me how I know.
yep those are the Black things.. though mine have a metal stem in them too. and no apparent cracks

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yep those are the Black things.. though mine have a metal stem in them too. and no apparent cracks
Haha... the metal stems are the removable CIS injectors, threaded into the manifold flange.

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