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  1. Hmm, that's a good idea. I'll look into that one.
  2. Hey all, I made and sold carbon fiber velocity stacks for DCOE and Mikuni carbs here a while back. That endeavor actually led me to start a company BlackBox Mfg. focusing on using additive manufacturing to reduce the cost of carbon fiber products. Since then I've had a number of interesting projects including a swingarm for lightning motorcycles and sit-ski's for the U.S. Paralympic Ski team. I figured now was a good time to reach back out the the Z community to see what parts you might want made. My in-house tooling methods limit the size of what can be made inexpensively and there alre
  3. I believe the welds cracked from the impact. Looking at the size of the dent in the frame, I suspect that the bike went reasonably high in the air before falling on the edge of the vault. A simple fall would not have cracked the frame like that or dented it for that matter. The bike also didn't get too hot. As you can see the actual heat damage was pretty small, and that part of the frame was actually pretty far from the flames. I will revive the bike, and I think I'll be leaving the burned panels on, hehe.
  4. My SV is dead. Last night around 9:30 the super in my building came to my apartment to tell me that my bike was on fire. Fearing that it had spontaneously combusted due to my poor wiring skills I ran outside. When I got out I discovered that my bike was on fire due to no fault of my own, or my bikes. As it turns out, a buried transformer flooded with the heavy rain we got last night and exploded. Apparently someone decided it was a good idea to have a gas line run in the same vault, which I parked above. The two, 300lb concrete and steel vault covers were blown into the air and my bike
  5. When this car is complete it would make for most impressive Tuned episode ever!
  6. Did I just spot your intake manifold in the Drive miata video featuring CJ Wilson racing? http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8EsO83qRYEk
  7. the build area is about 11x6x6. Honestly what I would do (and have been doing) for the larger parts is to print multi-piece molds and make the actual part out of CF or fiberglass. I've also had good luck with gluing ABS together to make a single part. Shapeways is a great service, but you certainly pay for what you get. What temps are you looking at with the pyrex? I like inventor, took a while to get used to it because I come from a Pro-E background, but it's pretty powerful.
  8. I've got a makerbot Replicator dual and a Relicator 2x, designing using Inventor
  9. FYI I have a couple of printers and have been running off small parts for people. I made these for a '70 challenger convertible top.
  10. I put adults behind me in my 2+2 and I'm 6'2", but this was in college so people put up with being cramped, haha.
  11. Now up for sale! http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/114496-carbon-fiber-webermikuni-velocity-stacks/
  12. Hey, I'm going to start producing and selling velocity stacks for various carburetors. I've made a few sets for DCOE 45's and 40's but right now I'm borrowing people's cars for test fitting. I was hoping to pick up a carb body for each of the following. I don't need a carb in working or even particularly good condition, just something to use for pure test fit purposes. I figure someone must have some of these lying around that they're not using. Weber DCOE 45 Weber DCOE 40 Mikuni/Solex PHH 40 Mikuni/Solex PHH 44 Eventually I'll be looking into the larger DCOEs, but that
  13. Oh I get what you mean. Yeah that first one would be tricky. It could be done, but only with a consumable mold, which would increase the production cost pretty rapidly. Elliptical wouldn't be hard at all. Thanks for the info, definitely useful stuff. To start out I just copied an existing standard Weber stack, but I will be looking into other geometries.
  14. I likely can because I'm using multi-piece molds (the ones above are 5 part for example) . If you sketch what exactly you want I'll let you know.
  15. I will definitely be offering them to the public. I haven't quite decided on a price, but because of the method I'm using for moldmaking, I'll be able to do any design you want, different lengths, taper, ovalised, curved etc. currently trying to nail down my costs for custom molds.
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