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Single DHLA/DCOE xover mani
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crude CAD interpretation

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LittleFireyOne
Posted: 2010/5/29 1:59  Updated: 2010/5/29 1:59
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2005/8/27
From: Townsville, Qld
Posts: 2964
 Re: Single DHLA/DCOE xover mani
Nice work. What material will it be made out of? looks like quite long runners compared to the redline ones, does that mean it's going to sit out further than the aforementioned one as well? I've been trying to get somewhere with the US redline rep, but he obviously has more important things to do since he can't upsell me the complete kit they have.

Also if you get more than one made and the price is alright I'd be keen for one bud

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Wurzel
Posted: 2010/8/18 8:29  Updated: 2010/8/18 8:29
Home away from home
Joined: 2007/2/26
From: Melbourne
Posts: 595
 Re: Single DHLA/DCOE xover mani
Cheers but that was just a sketch-up to see what it would look like, and to test my limited 3D program knowledge.
Although not impssible to make one up but Id have reservation about the runners myself. Dundee was saying if you made such a thing in Solidworks you could actually simulate flow test them...but thats way beyound my reach as yet cos I have my hands full enough trying to learn other programs.
If you were going go this way, i wonder how much it would be to do it out of cast alloy vs fabricated?

In the meantime, Ive decided to try and swap flanges from the round port on a Lynx manifold to one of chris' flanges, just gotta find a good welder who thinks its not such a stupid idea! :)