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Rick Draper
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Hurry up with these manifold pics!
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eat my shit Draper.
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You blow goats!

Manifold looks good though.
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looks great from the pics ive seen.
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You got more pics of this manifold then or is it a figment of your imagination?
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I have no more pictures, instead of taking pictures of it and showing it off to the internet I put it somewhere I dont need to see it every day
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Get some pics up on here of it please. Might end up going to the place you did for a exhaust manifold....

What way does the turbo sit? Inlet to drivers side or pax side?
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engine mocked up, check facebook.

need to measure the head and block again to work out compression ratio and get a head gasket built up.

subframe, rear beam and steering rack are all painted/coated and put back onto the car, I need to get the car rolling again for when the engine is ready for installation.

Proper update when I've made some real progress and you've got something fun to read.
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Read my mind
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[Edited on 11-11-2009 by Dan295]
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Now we're talking
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Do a burn out Will-I-am
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get yer fuking rat out pickford
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quote:
Originally posted by willay
get yer fuking rat out pickford


Only if I can see your sweaty gooch dripping.
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standard inlet
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powdercoated though, that must make you happy in your pants?

no way am I shelling out for any sort of aftermarket inlet as it stands
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a little but you have potential for amazing figures, and its not like you have cut corners in other areas of spec
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yeah its just aload of money i'd rather not spend mate, could be spent on oil, gaskets, getting the engine actually running PMSL
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sell the dry sump and buy something that makes power
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hold ya horsessss
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Dry sump can be used to get the engine to make more power if you can get the air pressure inside the block to be lower than atmospheric. But it takes a few more bits to do that.

[geek/]
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this is cool, great finish on the coating too, it wont chip unless you hit it hard
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had my mounts painted :blush:


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