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New Custom 930 "Muffler"

Wish I could weld like this ...

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It's also good cutting.
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Young fabricator with mad skills who owed me a solid He might look into developing a Porsche product line.
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That sure is nice looking, Norm (the "muffler", not the other "that"!) - reminds me of something you would see on the World Superbike or MotoGP grids.
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Norm, please tell me this will be on your car for C&C this saturday!!!
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^^^ Won't be on, Jacob. I got cut on yesterday can't get the car back for him to finish before Saturday. If I'm feeling up to it I might make to C&C but I'm currently on the DL and listed as doubtful.
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Wish I could weld like this ...
I wish I could weld ... period.

I do plan to learn to do basic, small scale welding, but nothing like that.
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I got cut on yesterday . . .
You didn't have any Bruce Jenner work done, did you?!?!?

Seriously though, I hope all is well with you, eNormousmaximus!
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You didn't have any Bruce Jenner work done, did you?!?!? :
Iff'ins I did, won't need to be told twice to steer clear of you, my virtual friend,
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Iff'ins I did, won't need to be told twice to steer clear of you, my virtual friend,
Dats' becuz yer not ready for all this!

PS - given the Bruce Jenner context of the commentary, excellent "steer" pun!
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Cannot figure out how that mounts to the turbo, the inlet is on the wrong side. I assume the pipes exit under the bumper in the corners.
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Nice welding...but wouldn't it be easier to start with stainless steel donut pipe? It can be cut up and welded.



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Cannot figure out how that mounts to the turbo, the inlet is on the wrong side. I assume the pipes exit under the bumper in the corners.
Test fitment was good and, yes, exits at the reat bumper corners.
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Nice welding...but wouldn't it be easier to start with stainless steel donut pipe? It can be cut up and welded.
He's quite aware of the donuts but didn't have any in his shop on Saturday.
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Test fitment was good and, yes, exits at the reat bumper corners.
That's gonna be one "hot" bumper!!
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Cannot figure out how that mounts to the turbo, the inlet is on the wrong side. I assume the pipes exit under the bumper in the corners.
Yeah, it looks better this way.
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Get us some sound samples on that please. It could be somewhat toned down from zork with those bends and longer pipes?
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Hmmmm, Norm, is your screen name change related to the aforementioned "cutting"?!?!?!
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Yes the tailpipes will attenuate the noise level. The "Outlaw" pipes we offer use any of the tailpipe configurations for a sound level that is between the Hooligan and Zork. It gives a little civility to the total rawness of the Zork. Takes the edge off. The above system should do the same. Not sure what exactly what it will be using all those angled pieces but the disruption in flow will have some effect on tone and sound level.
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