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01-24-2005 02:49 AM
9-3 Mike I've done alot of welding myself... but those shown here are made by the guys @
01-22-2005 08:56 PM
citronxbeige yah man those are you weld all of your own stuff? man if i had a welding gun the possibilities would be endless...maybe some day
01-22-2005 05:29 PM
9-3 Mike
Originally Posted by citronxbeige
perfect beads, everytime on everything

U think?

01-22-2005 05:15 PM
DC_SAAB Here's what the Abbott looks like..
01-22-2005 01:25 PM
rcmdesign Here's mine. Isn't it awesome

Too bad it's not a turbo.
01-22-2005 12:25 PM
citronxbeige perfect beads, everytime on everything
01-22-2005 01:33 AM
9-3 Mike Here's mine! I've also had mine custom made. But my bends keep the exact radius all the way. The throttle house delivery pipe is 3".

It's been a bit more polished/ported inside since this pic was taken!
01-21-2005 03:12 PM
Originally Posted by rcmdesign
I just like the Abbott Racing throttle body tube, check it out vs. stock


I feel the same...mine looks great, but the price you have to pay....ouch
01-20-2005 10:33 PM
ricot83 the only restriction with the ng900 pipes is the diameter thats all.... in the 9-3 pipe there is a flat spot.... which is why i had mine press bent... so no matter what the smallest (flatest) spot in my pipe is still bigger than the other stock pipe.... one huge problem in my car is the vacuum pump for the brake boosters....
stock pipe and new pipe

vacuum canister on the right of valve cover

the newest pic of the pipe is already posted so i wont do it again
01-20-2005 07:52 PM
ricot83 the zip tie is holding the intake temp sensor in just in case it is not in tight enough
01-20-2005 07:48 PM
DeLorean is there really that much restriction in the NG 900 intake pipes? they don't look like all THAT bad of a design to me.
01-20-2005 07:13 PM
rcmdesign I just like the Abbott Racing throttle body tube, check it out vs. stock

01-20-2005 06:23 PM
trexturk Because I went with a 2.5" piping all the way from my intercooler up.
I didn't want to mess up my 2.5" theme
01-20-2005 05:54 PM
rcmdesign trex That throttle body piece looks a bit restrictive Why didn't you use a 3" tube there?

And ricot83 what are using that zip tie for on the delivery pipe?
01-20-2005 05:38 PM
trexturk Like iwantaviggen said, i am in the process of finishing my delivery pipe up.

Not done with it yet, still need to sand it down and blend to make it look like one pipe.

It is a 2.5 inch Mandral Bent pipe.

After its all nice and smooth and test fitted, its going to the powercoaters.

01-20-2005 03:36 PM
iwantaviggen trex also made one....hope he shows up and posts his....i dont think its installed but hes got the pipe built...looks'll have to let us know how it feels when you take hur out!
01-20-2005 02:59 PM
stevehayes01 Time to move to warmer weatehr my friend!! It wa like 85 and sunny here today and the only problem with that is a little heat soak in your IC but thats it! Come on down to Cali my friend!!
01-20-2005 02:50 PM
ricot83 lol yes i want to hear differences

but steve not ALLLL winter long... i do take it out every once in a while but i only have fire and theft insurance on it so i need to be careful
01-20-2005 02:33 PM
lemonscu Sorry about that, I wasnt aware you couldnt drive it. If you couldnt tell my car is going to make some changes in the near future. I will let you know the difference in "performance" even if you dont want to hear it.
01-20-2005 02:31 PM
stevehayes01 So the car sits all winter long??????? Wow that sucks!!
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