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Old 01-11-2012, 12:21 AM   #1
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Default RHS Tall-Deck Billet Intake Manifold

Thought you guys might like to see some eye candy.

Just finished up a custom manifold for a RHS tall deck block utilizing the RHS LS7 style heads. Milled from a massive piece of 6061-T6 Billet using a 5-axis CNC machine. Customer will be bolting a supercharger to the top plate and fabricating an intercooler to sit inside.

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Gawd that's pretty.

Don't seem like there are many options for the tall-decks other than going
with something billet, can't you get spacer and make a FAST work?

Nice work
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You might be able to get a FAST to work, but I doubt it would be a smooth flow path. With that sort of coin, you are better off with a custom manifold

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Gawd that's pretty.

Don't seem like there are many options for the tall-decks other than going
with something billet, can't you get spacer and make a FAST work?

Nice work
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You might be able to get a FAST to work, but I doubt it would be a smooth flow path. With that sort of coin, you are better off with a custom manifold

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Yes I agree, the 900 or so you spend on a FAST is pocket change for a build like that.
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Wow that is beautiful
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That's some impressive machining for sure
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