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Good source for 3" cat and mandrel bent tubing

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Good source for 3" cat and mandrel bent tubing
March 03, 2006 11:04AM
http://store.racing-solutions.org/index.html




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Re: Good source for 3" cat and mandrel bent tubing
March 03, 2006 11:08AM
Here's another one

http://www.velocityair.cc/





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Re: Good source for 3" cat and mandrel bent tubing
March 03, 2006 07:41PM
wow, awesome!

thanks a lot. My cat should be arriving today or tomorow but I still need to grab some bends to weld up the rest of the exhaust with, and I need more to do intercooler pipings with.

You just saved me a grip of cash.
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Re: Good source for AN adapters
March 06, 2006 09:45AM
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> You just saved me a grip of cash.

That is what I like to hear!

Now, for what I found for SS braided lines and AN to metric adapters for stainless steel brake kits.

http://www.bakerprecision.com/hose.htm




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Re: Good source for AN adapters
March 06, 2006 10:49AM
Something to keep in mind.

With the teflon lined hose, Earl's for some reason uses a different size teflon than all other manufactuers. So you can't put earls fittings on Aeroquip,Goodridge,B&M, etc. hose. Or is it vise versa? Whatever. It can lead to issues. I think it is -2 thru -8. So, either plumb entirley with Earl's or entirely with another brand. This is just on teflon, which I use everywhere because it doesn't care about what's going thru it, especially some of the gnarly fuels that are around these days.

Take it easy




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Re: Good source for 3" cat and mandrel bent tubing
March 06, 2006 09:50PM
Hey grant, thanks again. Ordering parts from racing soultions right now.

I am wondering, does anyone have a good line on sillicone connectors for intercooler piping?

I need to step up/down in size from my tubing to my intercooler, from the turbo exit, and into the throttle body and all this other bullshit. My car is a fucking clam and nothing is the right size. Some of those step up/step down connectors look like they would take up less space then doing the same thing with mandrel bend type adapters in the piping.
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Re: Good source for 3" cat and mandrel bent tubing
March 06, 2006 10:38PM
Silicone hoses and steps:

http://www.airflo.com/





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Re: Good source for 3" cat and mandrel bent tubing
March 06, 2006 10:43PM
ah! thank you.
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