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Discussion in 'V6 Development And Modification' started by IBLOWN, Jan 29, 2009.
Grouse, you'll love it now.
Nice work :spot on:
We just had a similar amount of work done , just quietly ........ how many bills? PM me if you'd like.
$330 for the lot.
We didn't get the crack test done there, but we had a bit of a shave on the billet flywheel we use. Ours was a bit cheaper.
It's good insurance , and good sense....you'd be making gobs more grunt than us, we're just revving the ring out of it for a couple o miles
10 bucks says I break ours first.:rockon:
Haha better you than me lol. Theres a bit of cash in my motor.
Glad to hear you got it done Iblown as i said earlier in thread well worth paying someone else to do it and it doesnt cost much. Rather than doing some half arsed home job as some people suggested.
Yeah now i know its right.
Now for 40psi..
Haha yeah right.
Hey mate long shot but you dont happen to have the CAD drawings for the manifold flanges still do you? Family member can CNC laser cut them for me if I can get some CAD drawings.
Exhaust manifold flanges? Sure do $50 and their yours in .DXF format. Otherwise you can spend the 3 hours drawing it up lol.
lol snap! they are a pain to draw takes ages to get them perfect, i also have a copy but its not for sale
you'll find them plates you are after on ebay for $55 a set
If your planning a turbo build 8 mm is too thin 12mm is what id recommend
Yep 12mm then skim back to 10.
What a complete waste of engery IBLOWN. Seriously, as if you'd bother.
Thats where its at.
Hahaha, that little thing would put out more than your ''Non working SS''.
Hahahahaha you're probably right too!
tis a nasty little bugger that engine revs up fast with all the engine bearings being sealed ball bearings
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