Discussion in 'Rotary Pump' started by Relentless70, Feb 28, 2012.
very cool, thanks
very cool project.
where is the legal concern on that bumper?
homemade stuff is awesome
welcome to the forum.
I appreciate the kind words guys. I'll post more pics as soon as they are available. This evening I need to start machining a flange for one end of the elbow to mount to the turbo.
Pic with the elbow painted.
I hope so bud
That's what we call a real DEER STRAINER... The deer is strained out before it reaches the grill.
Don't laugh, but I've had 3 instances of deer and dogs that were almost halfway across the road when they saw me coming. They went back the way they came. I figure they were afraid of the bumper or the exhaust note ROFL!
lookin forward to seeing this done... I really wish I could do this kind of stuff
Started machining the flange for the elbow. I use an old 1936 Reed-Prentiss lathe for this machining. If you have the patience, she still works just fine, just ask Mopar1973man. The mounting flange needs to be 4.4-4.75" OD, 4" ID, .290" thick, and tapered to .150". Taper can be no longer than .120" with my setup.
Don't sell yourself short Texas.....if I can do it, anybody can . The only stumbling blocks you might run into is the equipment, like a welder, grinder, etc.
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