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ironchallenger

A Few Things Ive Made .

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thought id start a thread on things ive made.

 

sooner or later ill do complete start to finish pics.

 

 

 

first is a twin pump surge tank i made for a charger. he wanted something good for 1200hp that could mount in his trunk.

 

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twin bosch 044 pumps and a baffled surge tank.

 

 

 

internal pump surge tank for a skyline GTR

 

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twin turbo piping for a skyline gtr....

 

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oil pan extension.

 

catch can and turbo intercoler piping for a gsr civic. Sadly this civic was burnt to the ground before it was ever ran, owner used rubber hose for the fuel and it was sitting on his exhaust.

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Nice stuff there... Looks like Iron's expanding on business opportunities.

 

Don't forget about the Maggie coolant resevoirs. You would sell a whack of them.

 

Me first please.... lol Any others interested?

 

Stevo

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John, ill post pics of the one im making for my car.

 

speedy, a local magnum guy is having me make an icebox for his car right now. its odd how his is since hes running a KB, but it goes where the air intake would usually be.

 

steve, once the independent drive is done thats what ill work on.

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Yeah... the independant drive.... everyone is waiting for pix/video on that one. Jeez man... where do you find the time to do all this stuff?

 

Never a dull moment on the MMF and always something to learn.

 

Thanks Iron.

 

Stevo

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just for you steve.....

 

heres the cast pc. MIND you they are unmachined so there is stil la lot of work tobe done to them. then they get sent out for polishing.

 

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this a a chunk of 3 1/2 aluminum for the upper pulleys.

 

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This is the raw bottom pulley material. 8.5" diameter solid 6061. final diameter will be 8"

 

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this is the custom gilmer belt i had made. 5MM pitch with a Kevlar lining and 25mm wide.

 

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Custom SKF idler and tensioner pulleys. these are solid steel with 6203-RS2 bearings. good for 45,000 rpms.

 

 

 

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i just need my motor so i can mock something up and get the measurements.

 

i also need the ATI damper to start making the bottom pulley.

 

soon... soonn......

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Kewl pix.... custom belt? Dang...

 

I don't know if it helps iron, you can use my motor/maggie for measurements if need be. Car in storage about twenty minutes from you.

 

Stevo

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standard 5mm pitch belts are usually 20mm wide, i had 20 sets made to 25mm. same price though, .

 

 

id love to steve, but my motor will be here soon and since its out of the car itll be easier to get everything aligned.

 

thanks for the offer though, i appreciate it!

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I'm a software engineer, and have written some pretty cool stuff.... but its boring as shit compared to what you do!

 

Maybe I'll post up some code...lol

 

So how does the icebox work? For the SC coolant? I know, I know... I'm breaching the CT world again, but I gotta learn!

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where you thinking about placing the ice box? I'm not sure I need more plumbing and I'm struggling to see where it would fit in the engine compartment given where I've got my air intake.

 

HemiSam

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I'd rather avoid where the intake is, otherwise you have to move it and figure out where it'd fit.

 

I was thinking over the top of the valve covers....maybe long a thin. It wouldn't be any more plumbing Sam, it would just be a larger container than the small black one we have now. Drain a bit of water (I assume the tank would have a drain spigot, and drop in the ice. May need a small screen or something incorporated to keep small pieces of ice from flowing through the system.

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I don't know, J. I'm in there all the time with plugs, leak down, etc... It sits awfully close to the block/valve covers and I've got to get my head around how you see this thing draining since the hose will have to rise above it to get out of the compartment unless you get creative. I'm thinking the area near the intake is the most promissing if capacity and sufficent thickness to allow the ice to survive a while.

 

HemiSam

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