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Originally Posted by Craig 930 RS View Post
My 14 years as an engineer in Boeing commercial airplanes (737 & 757) prompted the question.

As you could probably guess, failures in my field are shall we say rather permanent & extensive.

In case we missed it, what gauge 321 is the muffler can?


.050 321 ss with .050 spun end plates and .049 tail pipes remember the major advantage to 321 over 304 is the TI alloy and the added capability to deal with heat and combustion gases thus the reasoning for general avaition to use it in ALL of their exhaust systems when piston powered. when jet powered well thats a different story where inconel and TI are the exclusive products
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