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    Working on a custom fuel injection system for a 5 cyl Audi instead of buggies right now. I made this custom billet intake with integral velocity stacks this week. It was a fun machining challenge. It’s not buggy stuff but still fun in the shop.
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    Also finishing up the 5 into 1 collector to mount the turbo. Getting the cut angles right for the 5 into 1 fooled me for a bit.
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    SICK!!!!
    Iv'e always wondered how those 4 to one collectors are welded up.
    Excellent work!

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    Awesome work! do you have any pictures of the car?
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    Cool int and the5 ta one collector header setup is sweet. Ive made headers with 4 ta one collectors and had a good time making the primary's all the same length. Where did ya get the collector kit from or was it prewelded
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    NICE work! That exhaust is beautiful and the intake is a piece of art.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rat4020 View Post
    Cool int and the5 ta one collector header setup is sweet. Ive made headers with 4 ta one collectors and had a good time making the primary's all the same length. Where did ya get the collector kit from or was it prewelded
    No kit, just made it from scratch out of 321 stainless. I made a couple of extras for some other guys with different splay angles on the tubes so to cut all the pieces I made this little fixture. With this mounted in the saw I could get the collector tubes all cut exact and have real good fit up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatboy1214 View Post
    Awesome work! do you have any pictures of the car?
    Here it is this summer at a car show in Vegas (the one on the left). It is my sonís car and he was thrilled when the local dealer asked him to park it out front with the new cars. He has 3 more of the same cars that we are working on that are all in different stages of restoration. 2 will be daily drivers and one rally spec.
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    All good stuff!

    Glad your posting on here again.
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    Cool!
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