Quote, originally posted by Holden McNeil » here is another "gem"
At least they are using quality hardware like $26.78 fitting.
Quote, originally posted by kenny_blankenship »
and a 100 dollar welder
The machine or the waste of human flesh that did it?
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the first pic looks like a tumor. can't tell where the manifold ends and the turbo begins.
a couple Fast and the Furious quotes that come to mind
"...you can't handle NOS you'll blow yourself to pieces..."
"...now me and the mad scientist have to go through and replace the piston rings you fried..."
i'd like to see a DIY thread by these guys
step 1. collect materials and set on ground
step 2. weld until you can't see anymore
step 3. let cool
step 4. weld more
LMAO who are these people???
ya know ... the subsequent "fails" that were posted looked terrific compared to the first ... piece. My first thought after seeing the initial post was did it melt cause the welding was bad or something... then realized that that WAS the welding ... the molten metal dude took a diahretic crap left it out to petrify... heckuva way to integrate turbo parts with a manifold/downpipe design... <sheesh>
the pictures that were posted afterward on got better ... MUCH better!
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To me it looks like the dude did some hilbilly tig welding on the first one.
Step one: Insert electrode into stinger
Step two: Take additional electrode and break all of the flux off
Step three: Crank up the welder
Step four: Strike arc and subsiquently start dipping the second rod into arc as you do so with tig and make a molten blob of crap.
Step five: Let cool over night then install in your car........