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Turbo 931 exahast manifold

Hi, i have a exahast manifold taken off my 931 that i have posted
forsale, but before i sell it i want to make sure its not cracked.
if any of you have a clean 931 manifold could you check to
see if there is a casting line right next to the turbo mounting
flange?

if this is a crack then could it be repaired?
does this manufold have any value with this crack?

thanks, Chris
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Yes it can usually be repaired. They tend to crack anyway. When installing you have to be absolutely sure that nothing is under stress when bolted up...or it will crack again. Best way (but not the easiest) is to pull the engine, replace the manifold studs in the head, make sure everything in flat (machine the manifold if necessary) and go from there.
Replace all the studs and fasteners.
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Thanks for the info info. now what could i get out of this
manifold in the condition its in? i not interested in repairing
it just getting rid of it now that i know it still holds value.
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