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Old 05/23/2014, 04:36 PM   #1
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Default place to have tial flange welded on piping

Well my coupler blew out on my intercooler piping and my pipe feel off that had my bov on it and totally ruined the pipe but my bov didn't get damaged thank god! So my question is where would weld my flange on my new pipe? I'm running no bov right now till I get it fixed but I really don't care if it ruins the turbos on my car they are already going bad and plus I'm putting my single on next week.


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Old 05/23/2014, 08:39 PM   #2
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Well my coupler blew out on my intercooler piping and my pipe feel off that had my bov on it and totally ruined the pipe but my bov didn't get damaged thank god! So my question is where would weld my flange on my new pipe? I'm running no bov right now till I get it fixed but I really don't care if it ruins the turbos on my car they are already going bad and plus I'm putting my single on next week.
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Default Re: place to have tial flange welded on piping

Of course I just realized that when I got back on here haha. I'm going to have him do some stuff to my downpipe when I get it in. I was just looking for a cheap place to do it. Right now I have no blow off valve on it. But I really don't care since I'm taking the stock twins off next week


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Old 06/02/2014, 07:44 AM   #4
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Default Re: place to have tial flange welded on piping

You don't need a bov.


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Old 06/02/2014, 09:15 AM   #5
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Default Re: place to have tial flange welded on piping

I know I was kinda thinking bout it but I love the sound of the tial going off and can imagine what it will sound like with a my s366


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Default Re: place to have tial flange welded on piping

If E-Fab is too busy you can always try Hickman Racing off Fluer by the airport. He's got a tig on hand and did all the welding on Leon's piping.


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