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    Thread: FABDEPOT - You want to build your own manifold then look in here!

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      01-10-2009 01:15 PM #76
      You are looking at roughly $750US for a custom header.If you are interested in one let me know.
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      01-10-2009 01:38 PM #77
      That's a little steep for me. I was hoping for $400-$500 max. Thank you for looking into it for me! I'll probably just hollow out the cat. and use the stock downpipe for now. C

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      01-25-2009 10:55 AM #78
      I need an R32 setup
      So that would be the exhaust flange, 6-1 Collector and a T4 flange
      Trying to build a Eq. lenght mani and need some parts as well as some advice what size pipe I should use and what kind of material.
      Let me know Issam

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      02-17-2009 03:42 AM #79
      Got my stuff...top notch product [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      03-14-2009 02:04 AM #80
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      03-16-2009 04:28 AM #81
      Quote, originally posted by Issam Abed »
      Here you guys go...Hot off the CNC mill.Basically its a plenum plate that we CNC in house and attach it to an AEB lower intake manifold.Then the ports on the inside are cleaned up and polished.With 3" aluminum bends the sky is the limit for plenum building.



      p.s. If any of you are interested I have 3 of these that had a plenum welded on rather sloppy.Seeing that I dont deliver garbage to customers I decided to cut off the plenum and offer them up to anyone who has them time to build a plenum around it.Send me a PM for details.

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      03-28-2009 11:50 PM #82
      All PM's replied.
      Thanks for the support
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    8. 03-30-2009 09:27 AM #83
      Quote, originally posted by muddy1 »
      That's a little steep for me. I was hoping for $400-$500 max. Thank you for looking into it for me! I'll probably just hollow out the cat. and use the stock downpipe for now. C

      $750 for a one off header is damn cheap. nobody is willing to pay for custom work because they can buy crap that doesn't fit off ebay for $50.

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      03-30-2009 12:08 PM #84
      Quote, originally posted by weiRtech »
      $750 for a one off header is damn cheap. nobody is willing to pay for custom work because they can buy crap that doesn't fit off ebay for $50.

      And then spend $150 repairing it every couple of months
      Long term investment > short term investments
      I laugh @ people getting tubular manifolds with laser cut flanges and non back purged welds.

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      03-30-2009 01:37 PM #85
      Hey Issam,
      Looking for a one piece mild steel 16v exhaust flange for rebuilding my individual flange TT race header.
      Must be an older one. Individual flanges aren't what's supplied today on the newer ones.
      LMK. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      03-30-2009 06:58 PM #86
      Quote, originally posted by Fast929 »
      Hey Issam,
      Looking for a one piece mild steel 16v exhaust flange for rebuilding my individual flange TT race header.
      Must be an older one. Individual flanges aren't what's supplied today on the newer ones.
      LMK. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      Sure I can do that.Send me a PM on the INA account or email me

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    13. 04-07-2009 09:33 PM #88
      ttt for some good products

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      04-07-2009 09:48 PM #89
      do you guys make a flange for the turbo to cat on an A4, KO3?


      Modified by travisjb at 6:50 PM 4-7-2009

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      04-13-2009 12:02 AM #90
      Quote, originally posted by travisjb »
      do you guys make a flange for the turbo to cat on an A4, KO3?

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      04-14-2009 03:07 PM #91
      2.5 5 cylinder intake flange?

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      04-20-2009 12:48 AM #92
      Quote, originally posted by polov8 »
      2.0 FSI exhaust flange please [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      What about 2L FSI intake manifold flanges ?? LMK thanks Bob.G
      Read below about mine and other fsi stage 3 owners bad experience and poor results with APR and there Stage 3 Kits. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthrea...ge-3-dyno-runs
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    18. 04-22-2009 05:29 PM #93
      Quote, originally posted by Issam Abed »
      And then spend $150 repairing it every couple of months
      Long term investment > short term investments
      I laugh @ people getting tubular manifolds with laser cut flanges and non back purged welds.
      I read this post and it made me a little curious as I've never heard of back purging before. I googled around and it seems like a legitimate thing to do, just a pain in the ass unless you do this type of thing all day and have an easy way to set it up.
      I also read about using "solar paste" I guess it's kink of like a flux that coats the inside of the weld to protect it from the atmosphere. Seems like it would have the same results, maybe a little extra clean up at the end.
      I read about pickling solotions and pastes that remove the contamination after welding, That at least prevents the welds from rusting if nothing else. Just curious what your thoughts are on this stuff.

    19. 04-27-2009 01:17 AM #94
      i've done plenty of back purging and have used solar flux too.
      their use is application dependent. i'd use solar flux in an exhaust but never pre-turbo in a manifold. it converts to a ceramic/glass with the heat and prevents the uptake of oxygen. it works really well.
      pickling paste just removes the discoloration from welding... it won't remove the smeg on the backside of a weld that wasn't purged or fluxed.

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      05-06-2009 11:55 PM #95
      How much for single 8v exhaust flanges. Didn't you say you had them separately/per cylinder?

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      05-20-2009 01:52 AM #96
      I would be interested in a mild steel 8v exhaust flange if you guys had any made.

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      05-20-2009 04:37 AM #97
      Quote, originally posted by Withidlehands »
      I would be interested in a mild steel 8v exhaust flange if you guys had any made.

      We can make them but only in batches of 5....so you need 4 more people.
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    23. 05-24-2009 12:24 PM #98
      why not sell 1 to the guy and throw the other 4 on the shelf for the next 4 people who want one. sure they may sit for a bit, but isn't keeping a small inventory part of customer service when meeting quick turnarounds? makes sense to me.

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      05-24-2009 11:48 PM #99
      Quote, originally posted by weiRtech »
      why not sell 1 to the guy and throw the other 4 on the shelf for the next 4 people who want one. sure they may sit for a bit, but isn't keeping a small inventory part of customer service when meeting quick turnarounds? makes sense to me.

      We have a 10V flange for $140 USD that we can cut for 8V fitment but who would spend $140 on an 8V flange?
      How many Honda B18C manifolds you have sitting on the shelves @ wiertech?Customer service is all fine and dandy but I am sure by now you know that limited shelf stock = profits invested in other lucrative avenues.
      I would rather do a batch of 5 - make it a priority for cutting in 2 days and have 5 happy customers than do a batch of 5,sell 1 and have 4 sitting on a shelf only to sell them @ cost 2 years down the road because no one bought them.
      That makes business sense to me.
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    25. 05-25-2009 12:43 PM #100
      i don't stock any manifolds for any car. 99% of the stuff we do is one off. anyone can pay $100 for an ebay manifold that doens't fit properly just to have it break a couple weeks later.
      i understand not wanting to have a large inventory. high overhead can lead to problems... but the market for fabrication products is limited to small individual sales unless you have large contracts with really big companies. i don't, so i focus on customer service. from what i've seen, you do too. i agree, $140 for a flange is pretty pricey, but if it is stainless, that is reasonable i think.

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