It's matt in Palmer AK. First, great work and admirable on many levels. I would like a completed manifold if its a option and within reason$$. And there is no urgency. If its unot a option I would like the flanges I had a epiphany today that I could bolt the new flange to a regular manifold to get the port spacing right for welding up the pieces. So if a completed manifold is not a option I will settle for a flange and whichever you have made will do. I see I have a contact # for your facility how do we proceed?
If its possible I could use a flange for the exhaust on the om 352 like the one I believe you recently cut that was one piece. This would make it easier for me to lay out the pieces and later I could put cuts into it betweent ports for expansion purposes. Unless you can produce a complete manifold I am in no rush. Quotes on either would be appreciated. Thanks and keep up the good work! I have a 406 and am trying to get the pieces to get it whistling !
Hi Brian I am inquiring about the manifold flanges you mad for Von. I am in preliminary stages here and was looking for dimension for a scaled or actual drawing for the om 352 exht.flange tmodeler has some 304 stainless he is offering up. Is there a benefit to using the stainless aside from corrosion. Would you be interested in making some more of the flanges possibly in the 304 stainless. Any recommendations appreciated.
Thanks for the information. Heavier than I would have guessed, and with water...
I bet that thing wallowed. I appreciate the specs. It is always interesting to see
What kind of loads they think are ok in the homeland.