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Wanted : Turbocharger for Alfa 75 1.8 turbo

Hello !
Im new to the group and have a question on behalf of a friend of mine !
Thomas (the friend) is the proud owner of a 1987 Alfa 75 1.8 turbo (VIN : ZAR162B100053490) and is searching for a new turbocharger (Part No. 0060534920) and outlet manifold (0060535031) for his car.
Does anyone now a part source in Europe or overseas for these items ?

Regards Dirk from Germany
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Plenty on eBay Italy, although surely you'd go for a modern technology turbo to bolt on than an original.
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Jamieandthemagi, do you know anyone in UK or mainland europe who sells the bolt-on alternatives ?
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These are the people that rebuilt the original turbo on my 75 Evo as I wanted to keep it original; the issue with the exhaust manifolds on the 75 turbo and the "improved" manifold on the Evo is that that virtually always crack and it took me 6 months to find somebody prepared to weld up mine.

http://www.turbotechnics.com

There are 1 or 2 people who have original undamaged 75 Evo manifolds but are not prepared to sell.

I do have an intact 75 turbo manifold but to be honest, i am not willing to sell it given all the issues I had in sourcing a spare one in the first place.

I was advised by Jim K in Greece to use a nava head gasket which comes in 1.6mm and 1.9mm thicknesses.

The shop I ordered them from asked CSC sport for a quote to produce a exhaust manifold and estimated was 540 euros or you could try extrem tuning in Bulgaria although i have never used them.

http://www.extreme-tuning.bg/en/proj...-and-rear-exit.

Goos van Pelt in Holland may be able to help as he was breaking a 75 turbo at one point

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