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Old 23-05-2009, 11:58 PM   #1
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Anyone know wnyone who make a bare cylinder head exhaust manilfold flange?

i want to make my own manifold but cant find a flange to start with.
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Old 24-05-2009, 02:20 AM   #2
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Anyone know wnyone who make a bare cylinder head exhaust manilfold flange?

i want to make my own manifold but cant find a flange to start with.

ojz engineering in lincolnshire , hes got a laser cutter and can make anything you want just send him a gasket to copy , also sells merge collectors and mandral bends and straight pipe in 304 and 321 stainless . he make the best exhaust manifolds ive seen but hes happy to supply you with the parts , check the website out
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i do know of a laser cutting company, but, the std gaskets are four pieces, and would like it all in one section, someone must have them on the shelf somwhere for nasp engines.
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you could spray a coat of paint onto a cast one and whilst still wet stick it to the flat plate you are going to use as the flange and the paint left on the plate is your template!
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what material you thinking of making it from?
the problem with a flange made in one is the expansion
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what material you thinking of making it from?
the problem with a flange made in one is the expansion
im going to be using stainless tubing, hmmmmmm might just have the four flanges profiled.
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keep us informed on his it goes! i was going to have a bash a few years ago, but didnt find the time!
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im going to be using stainless tubing, hmmmmmm might just have the four flanges profiled.
you will be alrite with a mild steel 13mm thick 1 piece flange , use mild steel for the flange as its better for expanding than stainless and yes you can weld stainless to mild steel
heres some ive done in the past

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cheers for the info exhaust looks good, did you use the tubes as stainless and just the flange as mild steel ?
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cheers for the info exhaust looks good, did you use the tubes as stainless and just the flange as mild steel ?

yes mate , 304 stainless tube and mild steel flanges
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