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    73 240Z owned for 30+yrs(my high school car). Doing a full makeover now, Voodoo/T56 Magnum, Suspension, Brakes, etc. http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/123712-240z-pro-touring-build/
    2007 Jeep JK Unlimited, LS3/6L80E/242AMG https://www.rme4x4.com/threads/jeep-jk-unlimited-transformer-6-2l-ls3-gm-build.77265/ currently in the shop

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  1. I would be in for something. My son has connections with a printing company if that is needed and has previously done their design work. I think he played around with the logo when the last run was done. I'll check on that. If the vector can be found that would certainly make it easier.
  2. Do NOT use silicone on NPT threads. Teflon tape, paste or both. Get something decent if you don't have it already. On the tape, wrap opposite of what you would think initially so it lays it down rather than bunching up when threaded together. Thicker higher quality tape does work better and there are stainless specific formulas when needed.
  3. Those look nice. Should make routing much cleaner. Might want to look a nylon too?? I have some parts printed in nylon that seem solid. I think nylon is harder to print. We have a printer and JD does as well if we can get time to run it. JD's boys might be up for the challenge.
  4. Some printed brackets would be sweet. I have that roll flare tool as well as a hydraulic bender and another that does most of the other ends.
  5. Looking good Omar! The new parts are pretty... If you have a need, I have the roll flare tool to do hard AN lines. It works quite well with the sleeve and nut to go hard lines.
  6. @NewZed Those Holley covers are way cleaner than the stock covers with Gen 4 coils. Aside from the covers themselves looking better, no coil brackets. The coils attach directly to the valve covers, so lighter and looks much better. Thanks for posting this up on the baffle, I am going to look into it on my Jeep. Your build is looking great!
  7. Here are a couple of links that may be of interest. https://www.espn.com/racing/nascar/icons/news/story?id=3060814 https://buildingspeed.org/2014/04/25/a-nascar-splitter-inspired-kayak/ https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums/autocrossing-and-roadracing/3459143-tegris-and-splitters.html
  8. I have been looking at using Tegris for my cars splitter. Supposed to be much more durable than carbon and less expensive. I'll see if I can find my bookmarks on it. I think it's used on the NASCAR splitters.
  9. Yes looking great. She's a beauty! Love how the color turned out.
  10. Overall noise level "might" be higher than a more restricted or a chambered muffler but I much prefer the sound. I find it isn't opjectionable low RPM but a bit of bark when you step into the throttle and no drone/resonance. On the big LS in my JK where it's just a little loud a resonator should take care of it. Luckily there is more room to work with under there. With a turbo on the Duramax one muffler is enough.
  11. Maybe one of these then? https://www.dynomax.com/mufflers?muffler_body_length=121 The angle core deadens sounds a bit http://tuning.ua/en/sound I'm looking at doing something like this but it will be where the spare tire was exiting below the plate. https://www.borla.com/products/proxs-universal-muffler-400286
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