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aboothman 08-20-2011 09:46 PM

Looks good as always bud!

kmurphy 08-21-2011 09:45 PM

thank you sir.......you out on the road?

MonsterGC 08-22-2011 01:50 AM

damn dude! i need get me a tig welder!

aboothman 08-22-2011 10:11 AM

[QUOTE=kmurphy;3119233]thank you sir.......you out on the road?[/QUOTE]

Ya but I am headed home right now. Hopefully I can finally get that stuff in the mail.

kmurphy 08-22-2011 09:46 PM

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manifold for a super nice turbo setup im building, no one is building anything like this out there. 321, inconel, and all v-bands :)

fixture blurred for keeping secrets, fixture does weigh over 50lbs i think, all aluminum.

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kmurphy 08-31-2011 04:59 PM

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[SIZE="3"]Anyone want some motor mounts? I got a huge box of partially assembled mounts :)[/SIZE]

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akdmx 08-31-2011 05:03 PM

Wow -- they look solid.

Shipping available?

kmurphy 08-31-2011 05:19 PM

I have no problem shipping

kmurphy 09-01-2011 07:57 PM

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Crappy pictures of an evo surgetank i made. Still need to weld on the bracket for mounting it. three -6 AN fitting and two -10 AN fittings welded from the inside. Box is made from .25" aluminum.

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kmurphy 09-09-2011 09:10 PM

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Radiator pretty much 99% done and welded, then intercooler tanks welded up but not attached. Going to machine some weld ferrules so i can use wiggins clamps. Much cheaper machining your own weld ferrules and o-rings and all you buy is the clamps. Anyways here are pics, kinda different not sure if i fully like the intercooler setup as its not your standard setup but its cool none the less.


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NorCalDC5 09-09-2011 09:15 PM

kmurphy I would just like to tell you sometimes when I get bored of normal porn I look at all your pictures of your welding and custom pieces, they are so nice! FFFFFFUUUUUUU

kmurphy 09-09-2011 09:23 PM

Well I should have some very nice porn sunday night if all goes well this weekend. Building a fully v-banded rotated setup this weeked. Only flanges in the system are going to be to the heads, everything else is v-band throughout the entire exhaust setup. 321 stainless steel headers, inconel 625 uppipe, 321 downpipe. Turbo is a hta86 with the Tial stainless housing.

Pretty much going to sh*t on just about anything out there.

NorCalDC5 09-09-2011 09:26 PM

[QUOTE=kmurphy;3130959]Well I should have some very nice porn sunday night if all goes well this weekend. Building a fully v-banded rotated setup this weeked. Only flanges in the system are going to be to the heads, everything else is v-band throughout the entire exhaust setup. 321 stainless steel headers, inconel 625 uppipe, 321 downpipe. Turbo is a hta86 with the Tial stainless housing.

Pretty much going to sh*t on just about anything out there.[/QUOTE]

If it is the one that you posted up half censored pictures of earlier in the thread about the Excursion then I am excited!

kmurphy 09-09-2011 09:33 PM

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ummm maybe, but its not for the excursion, might have posted in the wrong thread, its for a suby.

So i made 2 of these little guys today on the cnc lathe at work. Got a pdf from TIAL a couple weeks ago with some dimensions of the flange, took the dimensions that I needed and made a solid model of what I wanted it to look like in Solidworks, then on to the machining phase. 1 of them is for a fixture for the rotated setup. 2nd one will be used on a welding positioner to weld the v-band flange on. To make sure your v-bands dont leak, you always want to weld the v-bands clamped to another flange or a big chunk of aluminum that has the same dimensions which keeps the flange your welding from distorting from heat and the aluminum also does an excellent job of acting as a heatsink pulling the heat out of the flange.



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vaj 09-09-2011 11:27 PM

All these pics of metal-porn give me a chubby.


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