PSH I'll be 60 next birthday... how bloody frightening is that?...far too old for playing silly ****s with cars...I'll grow up one day.. honest..:)
blade7PSH I'll be 60 next birthday... how bloody frightening is that?...far too old for playing silly ****s with cars...I'll grow up one day.. honest..:)My Mum is 80 next month, she said when you're 80 you wish you were 60....
Dan944tPete what would you say our cars are safely achievable then?
Dan944t I would also buy the main 3” down pipe probably from fabs speed ? Then make the rest.
blade7Dan944t I would also buy the main 3” down pipe probably from fabs speed ? Then make the rest. Perhaps Haywood & Scott would sell you just the front part of their system?
Dan944t I used to have the proper industrial trial sized hydraulic pipe benders but a loving family member managed to get them stollen after pestering me to lend them to him! 😩 just need to get a new bottle of gas and new reg and some practice ......oh and find the time somehow 😉
Dan944t just found a fab speed turbo down pipe the short one for £325 posted not sure if that’s a good price or not but looks very simple to make if I can duplicate the flanges or use the existing ones? It’s just perfect fitment which is gonna be testing.
PSHRegarding a 3 inch turbo downpipe...my 3 inch doesn't have a bracket and it's fine.
blade7PSHRegarding a 3 inch turbo downpipe...my 3 inch doesn't have a bracket and it's fine.Myself and Porsche would be inclined to disagree.
PSH Well after 5 years on the road all I can say is it's doing fine, no leaks and no rattles. it's such a short piece between the exhaust with it's front mount and the firmly mounted turbo that with a distance of what? 3 feet perhaps? and that with a number of curves in it, it's not going to go anywhere.
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