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      09-16-2012 07:14 PM #561
      Quote Originally Posted by NJVWR32 View Post
      Love reading this thread. You are the SC king.
      See you at R32 GTG at H2O sat. 11am? I have questions.

      Pat

      Thanks Pat.

      You know ill be there

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    2. 09-18-2012 07:35 PM #562
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      Sneak peak of the new air/water intake manifold.......










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      09-19-2012 06:26 AM #563
      Bill, Ill be missing H20i again, so incase i didnt ask yet. Please take lots of pictures. haha

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      09-19-2012 10:01 AM #564
      This is some serious dedication..

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      10-05-2012 02:30 AM #565
      Quote Originally Posted by VWPOPS View Post
      This is some serious dedication..



      Thanks POPS,

      It makes it all worth it when people see im doing my homework and investing so much time on this journey.

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      Small update while im here:

      The ECU was dropped off with Fred at UM for the new E-85 tune at H2O last Sunday, just waiting for that to be returned.

      And taking Phil from VMS's advice im upgrading to a full 2 inch DV setup utilizing a Vortech Mondo valve...This thing is a bear and should really get it done!

      With the above I had to re-engineer the current intake pipe to accept a 2 inch pipe, this worked but wow is 2 inch pipe hard to work with. Pics to follow within a week or two.

      Finally im going to sell some of my precious parts I have laying around, I need money for a new clutch and its gotta go...Parts going are:

      V1 T-trim supercharger (2000 shipped) Heavy Duty Bearings (on ebay)
      3.6 inch RR pulley
      3.4 inch RR pulley
      3.25 inch 928M pulley
      Forge splitter hybrid DV
      Forge Super splitter hybrid DV
      Current A/W boost tubing with charge-cooler and mount
      Current C2 fueling kit with 550cc/4in MAF/Flashed ECU Atwood software
      R32 custom painted intake manifild


      Till next time.


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      10-05-2012 12:21 PM #566
      great work , looking foward to see her all done.

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      10-05-2012 12:21 PM #567
      Bill, Ill take the Supersize Forge DV, I want a second one... just incase

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      10-08-2012 03:14 AM #568
      MOAB= Mother of all blowers

      After a few last runs, and one last car show (H2O) I am starting the MOAB build.

      I hope to achieve some stupid numbers safely without breaking the bank or the motor.



      A special glass boiler tube added to the drain for visuals on oil flow and quantity...





      Just cut and insert





      About a half tube of flow at just idle





      I finally got to meet the owners of Verdict Motorsports, Noah on left, Phil in the middle. Great guys that are going to do great things on the MOAB...

      The Verdict story:

      Verdict Motorsports was founded by two friends nearly a decade ago who were fed up with the companies supporting Volkswagen and Audi enthusiasts. We saw a niche in a market where quality, support, and honest to goodness engineering was unheard of. Since then we have built a name for ourselves building products many thought impossible. Over the years we have stuck to our beliefs and continue to raise the bar for higher quality products and service every day.

      Verdict Motorsports is a company with its own ideas and is based around the philosophy that if an existing product meets our demands then we won’t saturate the market with another. To us nothing is more annoying than a company that lacks creative knowledge and goes around trying to reinvent the wheel. We will continue to do what we do best by engineering, manufacturing, and providing the highest quality components that you, our customer, have come to expect from us.

      We take pride in being different then the next company and will continue providing viable solutions for Motorsport Driven enthusiasts today and tomorrow...






      I found out way too late that the V-1 T-trim can make some good power if over-spun just a bit. I got 16 PSI indicated with belt slip and only going to 6500 motor RPM's. My guess is this thing could push 17-19 PSI with cogs and water injection to keep it cool.

      Video below (Click on the pic to view)





      The phenolic spacer was not cut properly? but a few minutes with the dremel and it was all good!





      Amount that had to be removed...





      All trim work done...





      Final product ready to mount...





      Time to make the gaskets to help protect the phenolic spacer...





      The new and improved 2 inch DV return, PVC is my new best friend...





      JB Weld getn the job done...





      Dont feed the old guy...LOL





      V9F out, V2S out, V1T out, V7 YSI in for the win...





      I loved this intake, almost hate to see it go...





      MK4 R32 down for Maintenence......................







      Hope you enjoy the pics


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      10-08-2012 04:12 AM #569
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      But, I am using a FOD screen/Air Flow Straightener just before the TB to stop any bad juju...

      Carl @ 928M made these up and you guessed it, I got it for a song.

      looks identical to the one i ran years ago (lighting diffuser from a camera shop)


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      10-09-2012 03:13 PM #570
      Quote Originally Posted by Phil@VerdictMotorsports View Post
      Looking good George.

      I remember the days when people thought T-trims were large



      Phil, car will be ready around mid Nov...

      Hows the cogs looking?

      Bill


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      10-09-2012 08:34 PM #572
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      Phil, car will be ready around mid Nov...

      Hows the cogs looking?

      Bill


      Moving right along Bill. Here's a couple cranks after being run in the lathe last week.





      Next they will get the teeth cut, and then the backside machined for auxiliary drive applications.

      Phil

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      10-10-2012 05:38 AM #573
      waiting patiently to purchase the cogs...

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      10-10-2012 05:48 AM #574
      Quote Originally Posted by BOUDAH View Post
      waiting patiently to purchase the cogs...

      With cogs you should see 15-16 PSI every time you get on it! or more?

      It will be a great ride

      Have you decided the RPM's your going with?
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      10-10-2012 05:52 AM #575
      honestly i still need to talk to Phil about this. Haven't really talked to him since i wanna say August. I would like to see 15 PSI from the blower- 12-13 min. consistently.

      Also, i haven't forgot to paypal u, just been sick the art few days.

      What are u using to make those gaskets for the spacer.

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      10-10-2012 05:56 AM #576
      Quote Originally Posted by BOUDAH View Post
      honestly i still need to talk to Phil about this. Haven't really talked to him since i wanna say August. I would like to see 15 PSI from the blower- 12-13 min. consistently.

      Also, i haven't forgot to paypal u, just been sick the art few days.

      What are u using to make those gaskets for the spacer.

      Well I made 15PSi without cogs consistently, if you take the blower to 55K you will see more
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      10-15-2012 12:27 AM #577
      Quote Originally Posted by VdubbPeach View Post


      Just some info, nothing too big...

      I have cut some more of the car away and welding in the support braces, this pics will be up later this week. Im also trying to get Fred from UM to flash my ECU and return it, if you are buds with him can you hook me up?

      A few parts going to the powder coaters, more prep work, and my fav JB weld going in the tight spots. I hope to have the car rolling up the Mass by mid Nov....



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      10-15-2012 01:46 AM #578
      Quote Originally Posted by TBT-Syncro View Post
      looks identical to the one i ran years ago (lighting diffuser from a camera shop)

      Carl puts out some great product, but is kind of an @sshole when i comes to anything else. I try not to buy from him, just because of his business tactics.

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      10-15-2012 02:03 AM #579
      Quote Originally Posted by EIPtuningR32 View Post
      Carl puts out some great product, but is kind of an @sshole when i comes to anything else. I try not to buy from him, just because of his business tactics.

      He has his moments lol. I just call and talk to Grechen, she knows my voice and always helps me on the price. I rarely ever talk to Carl nowadays?


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      10-15-2012 04:49 AM #580
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      He has his moments lol. I just call and talk to Grechen, she knows my voice and always helps me on the price. I rarely ever talk to Carl nowadays?


      she is a nice lady and a pleasure to deal with. She put up with so much of my crap (multiple calls per day with many questions regarding what i was purchasing at the time.) If she didnt know, she would go ask Carl and if it was too complicated i would talk to him. He is a nice guy on the phone, but regardless, if you know the story behind his business tactics towards 928 International and 928 Specialists, you know he is more about the money than the general progression of technological advancements on the 928 platform... And a total douche to a group of REALLY good people. He really dug himself a hole with that one.

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      10-15-2012 05:01 AM #581
      Quote Originally Posted by EIPtuningR32 View Post
      she is a nice lady and a pleasure to deal with. She put up with so much of my crap (multiple calls per day with many questions regarding what i was purchasing at the time.) If she didnt know, she would go ask Carl and if it was too complicated i would talk to him. He is a nice guy on the phone, but regardless, if you know the story behind his business tactics towards 928 International and 928 Specialists, you know he is more about the money than the general progression of technological advancements on the 928 platform... And a total douche to a group of REALLY good people. He really dug himself a hole with that one.

      Now I see what your saying, I hope to avoid the bad Carl...the few items I have bought are top notch, and the V2 impeller is fantastic IMHO. I will say this, I told him one day that his rebuild price was way too high compared to vortech's? so he called to confirm and changed his price to suit! I was shocked it was so easy to do that? I thought he would say "go get bent" lol...

      On another note, I have always wanted the last year of the 928's... was it the 928S4? That is the cream of the crop in old school classy muscle
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      10-15-2012 05:47 AM #582
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      Now I see what your saying, I hope to avoid the bad Carl...the few items I have bought are top notch, and the V2 impeller is fantastic IMHO. I will say this, I told him one day that his rebuild price was way too high compared to vortech's? so he called to confirm and changed his price to suit! I was shocked it was so easy to do that? I thought he would say "go get bent" lol...

      On another note, I have always wanted the last year of the 928's... was it the 928S4? That is the cream of the crop in old school classy muscle
      Dont get me wrong, his products are of amazingly high standards. That is why i have purchased so much from him.

      The last model of 928 was the GTS with the 32 valve 5.4 motor. AWESOME CAR!

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      10-18-2012 02:35 PM #583
      Amazing thread just read all of it haha, great job bill with all the work done to it. bet it purrs. would like some sound clips, and are you getting aftermarket brakes and suspension? :

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      10-23-2012 03:44 AM #584
      Quote Originally Posted by vwgeorge2 View Post
      Just some info, nothing too big...

      I have cut some more of the car away and welding in the support braces, this pics will be up later this week. Im also trying to get Fred from UM to flash my ECU and return it, if you are buds with him can you hook me up?

      A few parts going to the powder coaters, more prep work, and my fav JB weld going in the tight spots. I hope to have the car rolling up the Mass by mid Nov....






      All the fitting work on this car is driving me nuts! Im going to put some pipe info here for my usage.

      The car is in "mm", the blower is in "NPT"

      Work going on daily, pictures maybe by the end of week




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      National Pipe Thread Tapered Thread (NPT) is a U.S. standard for tapered threads used on threaded pipes and fittings. The taper rate for all NPT threads is [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]16[/SIZE] ([SIZE=2]3[/SIZE][SIZE=2]4[/SIZE] inch per foot) measured by the change of diameter (of the pipe thread) over distance. The angle between the taper and the center axis of the pipe is 1° 47′ 24″ (1.7899°). Commonly-used sizes are [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]8[/SIZE], [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]4[/SIZE], [SIZE=2]3[/SIZE][SIZE=2]8[/SIZE], [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE], [SIZE=2]3[/SIZE][SIZE=2]4[/SIZE], 1, 1 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]4[/SIZE], 1 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE], and 2 inch, appearing on pipes and fittings by most U.S. suppliers. Sizes smaller than [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]8[/SIZE] inch are occasionally used for compressed air, while sizes larger than 2 inches are uncommon, due to the use of alternative methods of joining that are used with these larger sizes. NPT is defined by ANSI/ASME standard B1.20.1.[SIZE=2][1][/SIZE]
      Nominal Pipe Size is loosely related to the inside diameter of Schedule 40 pipe. Because of the pipe wall thickness, the actual diameter of the threads is larger than the NPS, considerably so for small NPS. Other schedules of pipe have different wall thickness but the OD (outer diameter) and thread profile remain the same, so the inside diameter of the pipe is therefore different from the nominal diameter.
      Threaded pipes can provide an effective seal for pipes transporting liquids, gases, steam, and hydraulic fluid. These threads are now used in materials other than steel and brass, including PTFE,[SIZE=2][2][/SIZE] PVC, nylon, bronze and cast iron.
      The taper on NPT threads allows them to form a seal when torqued as the flanks of the threads compress against each other, as opposed to parallel/straight thread fittings or compression fittings in which the threads merely hold the pieces together and do not provide the seal. As the thread body is tapered (0.75 in/ft) a larger diameter keeps compressing into a smaller diameter and finally forms a seal (no clearance remains between the crests and roots of the threads because of the taper). This means that NPT fittings should be burr free and lubricated using a lubricating material like lubricating paste or tape. (The use of tape also helps to limit corrosion on the threads, which otherwise can make future disassembly nearly impossible.)
      There is also a semi-compatible variant called National Pipe Taper Fuel (NPTF) also called Dryseal American National Standard Taper Pipe Thread, defined by ANSI B1.20.3, designed to provide a more leak-free seal without the use of teflon tape or other sealant compound. NPTF threads are the same basic shape but with crest and root heights adjusted for an interference fit, eliminating the spiral leakage path.
      Sometimes NPT threads are referred to as MPT ('Male Pipe Thread'), MNPT, or NPT(M) for male (external) threads; and FPT ('Female Pipe Thread'), FNPT, or NPT(F) for female (internal) threads. An equivalent designation is MIP (Male iron pipe) and FIP (Female iron pipe). Also the terms NPS and NPSM are sometimes used to designate a straight, not tapered, thread. (this should not be confused with NPS meaning Nominal Pipe Size)









      Nominal pipe size (in)Pipe outer diameterThreads per inchThread pitch
      1/160.3125 in (7.94 mm)270.03704 in (0.94082 mm)
      1/80.405 in (10.29 mm)270.03704 in (0.94082 mm)
      1/40.540 in (13.72 mm)180.05556 in (1.41122 mm)
      3/80.675 in (17.15 mm)180.05556 in (1.41122 mm)
      1/20.840 in (21.34 mm)140.07143 in (1.81432 mm)
      3/41.050 in (26.67 mm)140.07143 in (1.81432 mm)
      11.315 in (33.40 mm)11 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]0.08696 in (2.20878 mm)
      1 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]4[/SIZE]1.660 in (42.16 mm)11 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]0.08696 in (2.20878 mm)
      1 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]1.900 in (48.26 mm)11 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]0.08696 in (2.20878 mm)
      22.375 in (60.33 mm)11 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]0.08696 in (2.20878 mm)
      2 [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]2.875 in (73.03 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      33.500 in (88.90 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      44.500 in (114.30 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      55.563 in (141.30 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      66.625 in (168.28 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      1010.750 in (273.05 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      1212.750 in (323.85 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      1414 in (355.60 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      1616 in (406.40 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      1818 in (457.20 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      2020 in (508.00 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)
      2424 in (609.60 mm)80.12500 in (3.175 mm)


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      The M Thread - ISO 724:1993 "ISO general-purpose metric screw threads -- Basic dimensions" (DIN 13), the standard in Europe, is recognizable by its cylindrical outer and inner diameter and its precise outer diameter in millimeters.



      There are three kinds of ISO metric threads:
      • coarse
      • fine
      • extra fine
      The thread angle is 60[SIZE=2]o[/SIZE]. The thread depth is 0.614 x pitch.
      Designation

      Metric threads are designated with a capital M plus an indication to their nominal outer diameter and their pitch:
      M size x pitch
      For instance:
      M10 x 1.5
      Metric Threads - Coarse Thread Pitches




      Size - Nominal Diameter
      (mm)


      Pitch[SIZE=2]1)[/SIZE]
      [SIZE=2][/SIZE](mm)


      Clearance Drill
      (mm)


      Tap Drill
      (mm)


      M 1.600.351.81.25
      M 2.000.402.41.60
      M 2.500.452.902.00
      M 3.000.503.402.50
      M 3.500.603.902.90
      M 4.000.704.503.30
      M 5.000.805.504.20
      M 6.001.006.605.00
      M 8.001.259.006.80
      M 10.001.5012.008.50
      M 12.001.7514.0010.20
      M 14.002.0016.0012.00
      M 16.002.0018.0014.00
      M 20.002.5022.0017.50
      M 22.002.5025.0019.50
      M 24.003.0027.0021.00
      M 27.003.0030.0024.00
      M 30.003.5033.0026.50
      M 36.004.0040.0032.00
      M 42.004.5046.0037.50
      M 48.005.0053.0043.00
      M 56.005.5062.0050.50
      M 64.006.0070.0058.00
      M 68.006.0074.0062.00




      [SIZE=2]1)[/SIZE] For metric threads pitch is the distance between threads.
      • 1 mm ~= 0.03937 inches
      Metric Threads - Fine Thread Pitches




      Size - Nominal Diameter
      (mm)


      Pitch[SIZE=2]1)[/SIZE]
      [SIZE=2][/SIZE](mm)


      Tap Drill
      (mm)


      M 1.0x0.20.200.80
      M 1.1x0.20.200.90
      M 1.2x0.20.201.00
      M 1.4z0.20.201.20
      M 1.6x0.20.201.40
      M 1.8x0.20.201.60
      M 2x0.250.251.75
      M 2.2x0.250.251.95
      M 2.5x0.350.352.10
      M 3x0.350.352.60
      M 3.5x0.350.353.10
      M 4x0.50.503.50
      M 4.5x0.50.504.00
      M 5x0.50.504.50
      M 5.5x0.50.505.00
      M 6x0.750.755.20
      M 7x0.750.756.20
      M 8x0.750.757.20
      M 8x1.01.007.00
      M 9x0.750.758.20
      M 9x 11.008.00
      M 10x0.750.759.20
      M 10x11.009.00
      M 10x1.251.258.80
      M 11x0.750.7510.20
      M 11x11.0010.00
      M 12x11.0011.00
      M 12x1.251.2510.80
      M 12x1.51.5010.50
      M 14x1.01.0013.00
      M 14x1.251.2512.80
      M 14x1.51.5012.50
      M 15x11.0014.00
      M 15x1.51.5013.50
      M 16x11.0015.00
      M 16x1.51.5014.50
      M 17x1.01.0016.00
      M 17x1.51.5015.50
      M 18x1.01.0017.00
      M 18x1.51.5016.50
      M 18x2.02.0016.00


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      British Standard Pipe

      From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


      The British Standard Pipe (BSP) is a family of standard screw thread types that has been adopted internationally for interconnecting and sealing pipe ends by mating an external (male) with an internal (female) thread.


      Contents




      Types



      Two types of threads are distinguished:
      • Parallel ('straight') threads, British Standard Pipe Parallel thread (BSPP; originally also known as[SIZE=2][1][/SIZE] British Standard Pipe Fitting thread/BSPF and British Standard Pipe Mechanical thread/BSPM), which have a constant diameter; denoted by the letter G.
      • Taper threads, British Standard Pipe Taper thread (BSPT), whose diameter increases or decreases along the length of the thread; denoted by the letter R.
      These can be combined into two types of joints:
      • Jointing threads: These are pipe threads where pressure-tightness is made through the mating of two threads together. They always use a taper male thread, but can have either parallel or taper female threads. (In Europe, taper female pipe threads are not commonly used.)
      • Longscrew threads: These are parallel pipe threads used where a pressure-tight joint is achieved by the compression of a soft material (such as an o-ring seal or a washer) between the end face of the male thread and a socket or nipple face, with the tightening of a backnut.
      Thread form

      • the threadform follows the British Standard Whitworth standard
      • symmetrical V-thread in which the angle between the flanks is 55° (measured in an axial plane)
      • one-sixth of this sharp V is truncated at the top and the bottom
      • the threads are rounded equally at crests and roots by circular arcs ending tangentially with the flanks
      • the theoretical depth of the thread is therefore 0.64 times the nominal pitch
      Pipe thread sizes


      A list of 16 thread sizes are defined by the standards, ranging from [SIZE=2]1[/SIZE][SIZE=2]16[/SIZE] to 6. The size number was originally based on the inner diameter measured in inches of a steel tube for which the thread was intended, but in the modern metric version of the standard, it is simply a size number.


      Dash
      thread
      size

      Thread
      size

      Threads
      / in

      Pitch
      (mm)

      Thread major
      diameter

      A/F (mm)Gauge length
      (mm)

      Corresponding pipeTapping drill
      size (mm)

      (mm)(in)DNOD
      (mm)

      OD
      (in)

      Thickness
      (mm)

      BSP.PL (Rp)BSP.F (G)
      0.0625280.9077.7230.30446.606.80
      −20.125280.9079.7280.383154610.20.4028.608.80
      −40.25191.33713.1570.518196813.50.532.311.5011.80
      −60.375191.33716.6620.65622/236.41017.20.682.315.0015.25
      −80.5141.81420.9550.825278.21521.30.842.618.7519.00
      −100.625141.81422.9110.902162.6-21.00
      −120.75141.81426.4411.041329.52026.91.062.624.2524.50
      −161112.30933.2491.3094310.42533.71.333.230.4030.75
      −201.25112.30941.9101.6505312.73242.41.673.239.0039.50
      −241.5112.30947.8031.8825712.74048.31.903.245.0045.00
      −322112.30959.6142.3477015.95060.32.373.656.7557.00
      2.5112.30975.1842.96017.56576.13.003.6
      3112.30987.8843.46020.68088.93.504
      4112.309113.0304.45025.5100114.34.504.5
      5112.309138.4305.45028.6125139.75.505
      6112.309163.8306.45028.6150165.16.505
      The major diameter listed is the outer diameter of the external thread. For a taper thread, it is the diameter at the "gauge length" from the small end of the thread. The taper is 1 to 16, meaning that for each 16 units of measurement increase in the distance from the end, the diameter increases by 1 unit of measurement.
      Pipe thread designations



      These standard pipe threads are formally referred to by the following sequence of blocks:
      • the words "Pipe thread",
      • the document number of the standard (e.g., "ISO 7" or "EN 10226")
      • the symbol for the pipe thread type:
        • G = external + internal parallel (ISO 228)
        • R = external taper (ISO 7)
        • Rp = internal parallel (ISO 7/1)
        • Rc = internal taper (ISO 7)
        • Rs = external parallel
      • the thread size
      Threads are normally right-hand. For left-hand threads, the letters "LH" are appended.
      Example: Pipe thread EN 10226 Rp 2½
      The terminology for the use of G and R originated from Germany (G for gas, as it was originally designed for use on gas pipes; R for rohr (meaning pipe).)





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      Quote Originally Posted by Phil@VerdictMotorsports View Post
      Here's some more production in the machining center Bill...

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      I will post a few words and a few pics in the near future. For now the inner fenders have been painted Satin Black, and the wiper tray has been altered and painted the same Black. I'm now putting the odds and ends back together along with a few slight space saving mods that will be in the future pics. I have also started the research on making the car Stealthy and resistant to police radar guns...Laser jamming will be a future mod when I get way more time. Yes, I am going to make this car as Stealthy as possible...IT CAN BE DONE!

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      Awesome!!!

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      OK, im hooking up the Pro-M 80 MAF and as usual I must dig into it for a few days prior to the actual install. The new MAF just has 6 big wires coming out of it, and the car side of the R32 has 2 different sizes. So off I go into research land..........

      First the chart...


      Conversion table: American Wire Gauge [AWG] and metric wire standards

      The American Wire Gauge is a measure for how thick a wire is. The number was originally related the amount of stretching that was needed to produce such a wire. The higher the number the thinner the wire.

      The metric system outside of the Americas uses the cross sectional area in mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE] to describe how thick a wire is. That cross section is directly related to the resistance of the wire.

      The table below provides a conversion between the two units. From the below table one could get the impression that there are more wire diameters in the American system. The opposite is however true. There are theoretically an infinite amount of diameters in the metric system as the measure is directly related to the size. From an engineering point of view it makes however sense to use standard sizes and they are shown below.


      AWG
      value
      Diameter
      [inch]
      Diameter
      [mm]
      cross section
      [mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]]
      Copper resistance
      [ohm/km]
      common metric equivalent
      [mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]]
      5 0.1819 4.621 16.8 1.028
      6 0.1620 4.115 13.3 1.296
      7 0.1443 3.665 10.5 1.634
      8 0.1285 3.264 8.37 2.061
      9 0.1144 2.906 6.63 2.599
      10 0.1019 2.588 5.26 3.277
      11 0.0907 2.305 4.17 4.132 4.0
      12 0.0808 2.053 3.31 5.211
      13 0.0720 1.828 2.62 6.571 2.5
      14 0.0641 1.628 2.08 8.286
      15 0.0571 1.450 1.65 10.45 1.5
      16 0.0508 1.291 1.31 13.17
      17 0.0453 1.150 1.04 16.61 1.0
      18 0.0403 1.024 0.823 20.95 0.75
      19 0.0359 0.912 0.653 26.42
      20 0.0320 0.812 0.518 33.31 0.5
      21 0.0285 0.723 0.410 42.00
      22 0.0253 0.644 0.326 52.96
      23 0.0226 0.573 0.258 66.79
      24 0.0201 0.511 0.205 84.22 0.25
      25 0.0179 0.455 0.162 106.2
      26 0.0159 0.405 0.129 133.9 0.14
      27 0.0142 0.361 0.102 168.9
      28 0.0126 0.321 0.0810 212.9 0.09
      29 0.0113 0.286 0.0642 268.5
      30 0.0100 0.255 0.0509 338.6
      31 0.00893 0.227 0.0404 426.9
      32 0.00795 0.202 0.0320 538.3


      Common values:
      • 2.5mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]: Loudspeaker cable, 360V European kitchen stove connection
      • 1.5mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]: European house hold installation with 230V
      • 0.75mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE]: European flexible and light appliance cord with 230V
      • 0.14mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE], AWG26: Hobby electronics, telephone cable
      • 0.09mm[SIZE=2]2[/SIZE], AWG28: Very fine cable for ear phones
      • AWG 12: heavy 120V household installation cable
      • AWG 14: thin 120V household installation cable
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