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Does anyone have or know where I can get a technical drawing of the intake manifold flange? I mocked one up in Solidworks using a scaled picture as best as I could but I don’t think it will fit correctly if I dimensioned and machined it.


I’ve searched these past two days and the closest I got was a drawing for a custom part from eBay saying the runners are all 90mm apart center to center.
 

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Why don't you just buy a new gasket , it will have everything you need . Then you'll have a new gasket to use anyways .
 

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Hmm, good idea but I think the gasket is only really good for the bolt placement not for port measurements. Are the 1zz and 2zz ports the same?
 

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I have a used 2zz intake manifold you can buy. Message me your address and I can give you quote.
 

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Oh I’m not trying to mount the 2zz manifold on the 1zz, I’m trying to find a good way to get some measurements of the 2zz manifold flange if I can’t find a technical drawing, which I can’t. I just mentioned the 1zz port thing since I found a 1zz manifold technical drawing
 

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I have a used 2zz intake manifold you can buy. Message me your address and I can give you quote.
I’ve got one, I’m just trying to find a technical drawing or at least a better/more accurate way of getting the measurements I need. Thanks though!
 

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I’ve got one, I’m just trying to find a technical drawing or at least a better/more accurate way of getting the measurements I need. Thanks though!
Either buy a cheap 3-d scanner or find a shop near you that has one.

If money is an issue for you join a "Maker" group in your area they all have 3-d printers and scanners.
 

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Either buy a cheap 3-d scanner or find a shop near you that has one.

If money is an issue for you join a "Maker" group in your area they all have 3-d printers and scanners.
Holy crap, I forgot that’s an option. Thanks!

Edit: going to use photogrammetry to get an stl and use that since all I need is the flange.
 
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