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    Thread: EPIC - welding turbo manifold fail

    1. Member mk3vrgolfn's Avatar
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      11-03-2008 11:02 PM #26
      that turbo has some nasty STD
      Quote Originally Posted by burble X2 View Post
      urine so much trouble right now

    2. 11-04-2008 09:37 AM #27
      i dont think theres an ointment to clean that up.
      It looks like an old sunken ship.

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      11-04-2008 03:20 PM #28
      LOL... I've seen some caveman welds, but that takes the cake. I didn't know Ray Charles had a welder
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      11-04-2008 08:35 PM #29
      That ish is tight I want to see it back on and pumpin out more than 5 pounds. Custom FTW

    5. 11-04-2008 08:55 PM #30
      Hey now, you guys quit makin' fun of my craftsmanship

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      11-04-2008 11:56 PM #31
      Awesome, looks like a molten steel diarrhea dump.
      <Nieros> 4x4 guys = get the job done whatever way possible
      <Nieros> car guys = dick swinging

    7. 11-05-2008 11:05 AM #32
      It's now on it's way to Honda-Tech right now...

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      11-05-2008 11:14 AM #33
      I just double checked. It was from a renault 19 16v turbo
      Considering it's french it may have came from the factory like that.

    9. 11-05-2008 01:45 PM #34
      Just showed this to my welder friends...
      This got me wondering how much it weighs

    10. 11-06-2008 12:19 AM #35
      wow....just wow....

    11. 11-06-2008 02:46 AM #36
      Shivver me timbers!! atleast you have a good anchor for your boat...
      Big turbo mkiv GLI is dead a la light pole.
      Now driving 2005 Audi TT 3.2 with DSG and S-line

    12. 11-07-2008 03:31 PM #37
      how much shipped to 06514?

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      11-09-2008 08:02 AM #38
      Does it bite??

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      11-09-2008 10:57 PM #39
      wow, just wow....
      Quote Originally Posted by WackyWabbitRacer View Post
      You're new here but don't be a DORK.....
      Cheers, WWR.
      Quote Originally Posted by rte7x9 View Post
      Don't swap if you can't weld or fabricate. It's not a trivial task just to bolt everything up. There's a lot of nut-scratching involved. Take your time and do it right.

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      11-10-2008 07:16 PM #40
      I think the concept of root and cover passes were lost on this one....

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      11-10-2008 07:18 PM #41
      Quote, originally posted by thetwodubheads &raquo;
      I think the concept of root and cover passes were lost on this one....

      I think the concept of watching where you weld was lost on this one.

    17. 11-11-2008 09:29 AM #42
      Good enough, SHIP ER!!!

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      11-11-2008 03:07 PM #43
      Note: only for high boost applications. Not recommended for highway use.

    19. 11-19-2008 04:43 AM #44
      i bet the dude that welded this thought he did a magnificent job... [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]

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      11-19-2008 06:25 AM #45
      Quote, originally posted by DjarumSplasher &raquo;
      i bet the dude that welded this thought he did a magnificent job... [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]
      oh come on, you know at one time every guy in here has taken a sh!t and thought it was the most spectacular thing ever. It's the same concept here.
      Quote Originally Posted by WackyWabbitRacer View Post
      You're new here but don't be a DORK.....
      Cheers, WWR.
      Quote Originally Posted by rte7x9 View Post
      Don't swap if you can't weld or fabricate. It's not a trivial task just to bolt everything up. There's a lot of nut-scratching involved. Take your time and do it right.

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      11-22-2008 11:04 AM #46
      Quote, originally posted by RipCity Euros &raquo;
      Ive been in the market for a turbo mani, where can i get one of these?

      The trash... or a medical waste facility
      Cry once....

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      11-22-2008 08:16 PM #47
      Yeah...i definitely just threw up in my mouth a bit. Oh, the horror.

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      11-25-2008 12:13 AM #48
      Quote, originally posted by vdubstreets &raquo;
      how much shipped to 06514?

      Holy S**t that is the funniest crap I have ever heard and seen!

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      11-25-2008 01:41 AM #49
      i know who ill be calling when i want a tubular manifold for my 1.8t!!!!
      Take a second and thank a Veteran.

    25. 11-25-2008 01:57 PM #50
      Where can I get in touch with the guy so he can build-up a whole turbo-back for me??

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