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Rammie2000

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I have not calculated in space for a drydecking kit.
Only 68 mm between blok and turbo on the side.

Would it be an option to find a 90 degree outlet and 90 degree inlet with a piece of silicone hose in between? Or is there such a kit or would this be to restrictive?


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jonny f

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Wouldnít be an issue. Thatís what I have, at the other end though.


shane

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Know any machinists?
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Rammie2000

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Cool. That looks superb. Don't know any ( anymore) but I have a lookout!

you can do anything if you set your mind to it...
i rather blow it up winning than keep it together losing.

finish date set for project 1... march 2018


Amp

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On 8th Jan, 2021 shane said:
Know any machinists?
Shane


Did you make that from a single billet?

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shane

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Yes I did, I made a pair for the dry deck fittings and one for the cylinder head water outlet. Also made an oil return and breather block for the rear of the engine.
Made the first set out of Delrin but then decided to machine some in alloy.

On 13th Jan, 2021 Amp said:
On 8th Jan, 2021 shane said:
Know any machinists?
Shane


Did you make that from a single billet?


Shane


Edited by shane on 13th Jan, 2021.


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Good effort Shane!

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shane

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Thanks Phil

On 13th Jan, 2021 Turbo Phil said:
Good effort Shane!

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On 13th Jan, 2021 shane said:
Yes I did, I made a pair for the dry deck fittings and one for the cylinder head water outlet. Also made an oil return and breather block for the rear of the engine.
Made the first set out of Delrin but then decided to machine some in alloy.

On 13th Jan, 2021 Amp said:
On 8th Jan, 2021 shane said:
Know any machinists?
Shane


Did you make that from a single billet?


Shane


Excellent, I love stuff like that. Looks really good *Clapping*


shane

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Thank you.

On 14th Jan, 2021 Amp said:



On 13th Jan, 2021 shane said:
Yes I did, I made a pair for the dry deck fittings and one for the cylinder head water outlet. Also made an oil return and breather block for the rear of the engine.
Made the first set out of Delrin but then decided to machine some in alloy.

On 13th Jan, 2021 Amp said:
On 8th Jan, 2021 shane said:
Know any machinists?
Shane


Did you make that from a single billet?


Shane


Excellent, I love stuff like that. Looks really good *Clapping*


Shane


shane

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Rammie, is there sufficient material on the normal dry deck kits for you to cut the ends at 45 degrees, then weld on a piece of tube thatís been mitred with a bead roll on the other end to retain the hose?
This would turn your hose fitting by 90 degrees and allow you to use the 180 degree hose and keep close proximity to the block and deck?
Shane


Rammie2000

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shane that is some cool stuff you made!!!!! i know some mighty fine welders but none with the tools to make that.

i indeed had that idea more or less. Someone is coming over tonight to take some measurements and see if he can weld that in alu.

greets.

you can do anything if you set your mind to it...
i rather blow it up winning than keep it together losing.

finish date set for project 1... march 2018


Rammie2000

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shane that is some cool stuff you made!!!!! i know some mighty fine welders but none with the tools to make that.

i indeed had that idea more or less. Someone is coming over tonight to take some measurements and see if he can weld that in alu.

greets.

you can do anything if you set your mind to it...
i rather blow it up winning than keep it together losing.

finish date set for project 1... march 2018

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