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Posted 08 August 2011 - 07:48 PM
....a few from the weekendas promised. This is all done using straight, 100% argon.......BRING back my helium mix PLEASE!!!! My duty cycle went down the sh1tter!!!
XR6 "Race Version"
Mitch, you might like this LOL. This customer has come to me for his 3rd intake manifold.The previous have both cracked and leaked!!!
Isuzu G200 LPG Turbo which will incorporate "Nitrous pro-flow' burst panel
On another note, these are some of my latest products I am brining out. These are replacement of standard items for the VL Commodore as well as custom made..more models coming soon... I am actually looking for a car to sponsor if anyone is interested....preferably S15 200SX, so PM if you are in the Wollongong/Sydney/Sout Coast area and are after a bucket load of aluminium goodies
Aluminium replacement fusebox cover
Fuse box replacement catch can
4.5 litre surge tank with dual -8 outlets
Posted 11 November 2011 - 06:53 PM
Apart from plenums for 4G63, RB20, RB20 (in matt black ) , RB30, SR20, G200 I thought I would post up some pics of the kind of work there seems to be a bit of a demand for. The plenums aren't slowing down, I just put the word out there that I can do this kind of work and people seem to catch on.
Turbo Suzuki Swift GTI - weld exhaust manifold, weld fuel lines, build radiator end tanks and mounts as well as modified radiator support to mount it & intercooler piping
Intercooler for VL Turbo - it's one massive mofo
Welding of new new t3 flange to chinese exhaust manifold
Twin 044 fuel pump undercar surge tank for VL circuit car - coming soon for R32's
To keep this thread going, I will have pics of the plenum work I have done recently over the weekend since they are being finalised for delivery.
Posted 16 November 2011 - 03:46 PM
Posted 16 November 2011 - 06:05 PM
the a undercar surge setups, will be interested in the 32 ones
Posted 29 November 2011 - 06:54 PM
Posted 30 December 2011 - 07:23 PM
Custom Fuel Cell - with internal pumps on custom mounts, completely baffled, rear extension acting as internal surge tank/extra baffling, removable lid for access to pumps, fuel level sender and filler lid along with return and one way valve to be fitted. It holds some 63'ish litres. Will be coming back with the car for custom made mounts, not your average square tube.....just the norm is not good enough for this kind of work and ignore the Nissan bolts, they are being replaced with Stainless steel, button head screws....in my opinion, it's the little touches that make all the difference
Catch can to sit on chassis rail in engine bay - internally baffled
Aain, not your average mounting bracket. Admittedly, nothing special, but not just some sheetmetal with a 90deg bend in it.
Undercar surge tank - complete with twin fuel pump bracket....ooops, I'll have pics tomorrow, didn't realise I didn't take any of it today.
I made some minor changes to the welder settings and also the way I sharpen the tungsten to try something different and through the helmet, they seemed to be in the right direction....will it ever end??? Now I am making more and more changes depending on what I am welding then ever before, maybe I should just stick to what I have, but it's hard to not to try and get better all the time.
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Posted 01 February 2012 - 04:17 PM
Most jap owners wanna slam there cars, alot of jap owners love ripple strips.
A ripple strip would make a mess of a tank hangn that low.
That hidden surge tank is clean as.
Process west make them for subies.
Nice work though man so nice.
Posted 01 February 2012 - 05:23 PM
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Posted 06 February 2012 - 05:34 AM
hahaha my quote was meant for the fella above wanting a drop tank for his 180.
Wasn't intended for you buddy my bad for not quoting lol.
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Posted 12 February 2012 - 05:44 AM
A lot of my work is for cars with engine conversions, one-off's, like sr's and ca's in Datsun's which are popular at the moment. Since they have such smalll engine bay's, it is a matter of applying what I have learnt from experience and applying it as best I can with the limitation of engine bay spacce that I have....a lot of plenums I fabricate are designed specifically for each car.
Having said that, I am in the process of designing and fabricating new generic sr20 and rb26 manifold's which will have flow testing, back to back dyno testing and EGT logging to prove how well they work. I already have a rb26 (26/30) test mule, but I am looking for a s15 sr20, so if anyone knows someone who would be keen for a new manifold....ppppplease pm me
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Posted 05 April 2012 - 06:22 AM
Machine and replace the top of a strut cover - machined the top off, not touching the baffles and replaced it with some new sheet
Surge tank enclosure with removeable front
Custom porting on CA18 cylinder head finished, assembled and ready to bolt on....complete custom intake manifold coming shortly
Should be able to post up photos of the new fuel system for the Datsun ute if I finish it this weekend. Stainless steel lines from front to back as well as mounting a modified r31 fuel tank under the rear of the tray and surge tank in the front of the tray. The surge tank was going to be mounted underneath, but that will get in the way of the new suspension being installed.
New sr20 s14/15 intake manifold flanges....complete manifold coming shortly....ridiculously cheap!!! for a complete manifold, just add fuel rail and throttle body
Posted 05 April 2012 - 07:41 PM
do your flanges have the injector boss?
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