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Old 04-26-2017, 04:48 PM
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Craftsmanship ha ha


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Well, my potato cannon holds together using schd 40, lol
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Cool....how did it perform ?
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Cool....how did it perform ?
intake on the $3M diesel he's building!
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AD campaign for a new Gorilla glue? Gonna blow the welds on the intake for sure.
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AD campaign for a new Gorilla glue? Gonna blow the welds on the intake for sure.
cant blow the welds if you dont have any..... pure genius
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All of GM's intake are some forum of plastic now, so why not some plumbing PVC. Looks like pure "Hot Rodding"
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ha ha ha ya honestly if its not under boost it would probably work just fine, but doesnt look like it would be much of a performer
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I giggled when I saw this. I build intakes on the side and for clearances and overall fitment I've had this done for me and shipped to me so I could replicate in aluminum
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It would probably handle boost better than an early FAST.. Lol
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AD campaign for a new Gorilla glue? Gonna blow the welds on the intake for sure.
Properly welded (Glued) PVC would hold more boost than you would ever want to run. Many people put over 125psi to PVC all the time although I would never do it, I've seen what happens when it blows... Not pretty if you're near it.

You paint that wrinkle black and nobody would know it was pvc.
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Craftsmanship ha ha


that has to be that lsafrica guy who posts all kinds of hacks and crazy stuff.
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I want to know how he got the bellmouth
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all i know is I bet that dude has made some sick pvc bongs
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I want to know how he got the bellmouth
i wonder if they are the extensions used on p traps and such unless they heated them and formed them on a mold.
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I want to know how he got the bellmouth
Could be easily made from a reducer.

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You can just heat them up and press anything tapered into the end. We used a ceramic pot to do it and make bellmouths for cold air piping.
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