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Old 04-07-2016, 11:26 AM   #449
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thooooseeee look like valve springs n stuff
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Old 04-07-2016, 11:27 AM   #450
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Been almost two years for this build! Hopefully we can see it running within the next couple months
If you have any extra money I will glady accept it to finish faster
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If you have any extra money I will glady accept it to finish faster
I barely have money to afford parts for my own car! Maybe if I win the jackpot then I'll throw you some cash so I can see this beast running!
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Old 04-11-2016, 05:15 AM   #452
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If you want that oil pickup to pick up more oil, weld a washer on the end of it and radius the edges so it looks like a velocity stack. The sharp edges are turbulent and reduce oil flow.
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Old 04-12-2016, 02:12 PM   #453
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If you want that oil pickup to pick up more oil, weld a washer on the end of it and radius the edges so it looks like a velocity stack. The sharp edges are turbulent and reduce oil flow.
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Great Idea. Only issue is it is an Oval shape but I can have a laser cut lip
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Great Idea. Only issue is it is an Oval shape but I can have a laser cut lip
Dremel. You'll need a grinder to radius the edges of the washer, anyway.
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Dremmel. You'll need a grinder the radius the edges of the washer, anyway.
Yep I will have one made this week.
I have a die grinder and plenty or carbide bits and porting rolls.
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Yep I will have one made this week.
I have a die grinder and plenty or carbide bits and porting rolls.

If you can figure out the angle the pickup tube is cut at, you can mount a piece of round stock to a gig at the same angle, into a lathe. Work the piece like it was round to get the OD and ID, and it'll come out the same as the cut. I'm not sure which you have more access to, a lathe or the laser cutter, but it's another option.

That said, every hydraulic reservoir I've seen uses a slash cut tube, not a bell mouth. I remember asking my fluid power instructor about it, he confirmed that the slash cut is the best design, but I take that with a grain of salt. I just don't know enough about fluid dynamics to say for sure. It might be worth looking into.
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If you can figure out the angle the pickup tube is cut at, you can mount a piece of round stock to a gig at the same angle, into a lathe. Work the piece like it was round to get the OD and ID, and it'll come out the same as the cut. I'm not sure which you have more access to, a lathe or the laser cutter, but it's another option.

That said, every hydraulic reservoir I've seen uses a slash cut tube, not a bell mouth. I remember asking my fluid power instructor about it, he confirmed that the slash cut is the best design, but I take that with a grain of salt. I just don't know enough about fluid dynamics to say for sure. It might be worth looking into.
It would be simple just place the slash cut on a piece of paper and trace it. Increase outline for bell mouth
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Just a few pics of Fridays arrivals
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Just a few pics of Fridays arrivals
So how close are you to getting this thing built? Still waiting on anything?
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So how close are you to getting this thing built? Still waiting on anything?
Cams ETA is 6 weeks out
While that's being done heads will be ported cleaned up and assembled.
Still need a header and over pipe though, and to build the Individual throttle bodies and tune it.
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Cams ETA is 6 weeks out
While that's being done heads will be ported cleaned up and assembled.
Still need a header and over pipe though, and to build the Individual throttle bodies and tune it.


What's stopped you from going with one of the already available headers?


Have you figured out what you're doing for rocker arms yet?
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What's stopped you from going with one of the already available headers?
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Have you figured out what you're doing for rocker arms yet?
Yes and No, Kind of
Have ideas nothing set in stone
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