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Old 09-20-2012, 05:15 PM   #2556
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Ok fellas finally, here is a good picture of the timing marks
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Here is a good pic of the crank pulley
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Old 09-20-2012, 05:18 PM   #2558
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Ok fellas finally, here is a good picture of the timing marks
i dont think those are backwards. but we should probably continue this on in the dream weaver, or even better in your own thread per trojan.
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And I can't really get a good pic from the top since the blower is in the way, but here is te pointer from the bottom
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Ok I started a new thread lol
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I love the fab look of it. That thing is going to be stout.
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:33 PM   #2566
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Thanx guys.

I was gonna go seamless but Steve talked me into the industrial look. The only thing I'm not liking is how heavy it is. I didn't weigh it but its gotta be pushing 15+ lbs .
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I was gonna go seamless but Steve talked me into the industrial look. The only thing I'm not liking is how heavy it is. I didn't weigh it but its gotta be pushing 15+ lbs .
That's to help with traction.
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Thanx guys.

I was gonna go seamless but Steve talked me into the industrial look. The only thing I'm not liking is how heavy it is. I didn't weigh it but its gotta be pushing 15+ lbs .
That look does work for me. It looks like something you'd see on a stang that was tubbed out for ginormous slicks. Built for a lotta go!
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That look does work for me. It looks like something you'd see on a stang that was tubbed out for ginormous slicks. Built for a lotta go!
haha. yeah i dont think there is any question in integrity.
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haha. yeah i dont think there is any question in integrity.

Nope, if the whole rear end blows apart that will still be there intact.
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15 pounds of bada$$ !!!
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15 pounds of bada$$ !!!
100% Agreed, talented isn't he?
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100% Agreed, talented isn't he?
Very, it could only be better if it was machined. I wish i was that skilled but maybe some day. You cant even buy a cover like that, at least from what ive seen. Good job!
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*****!!..(tech ***** though)
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*****!!..(tech ***** though)
.......ok, but only if they are metal.
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Metal tech balls?....sounds like a band lol
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Thanx guys. I am kinda using the lpw ultimate cover for inspiration.
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Thanx guys. I am kinda using the lpw ultimate cover for inspiration.
Is da lpw aluminum?..
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Is da lpw aluminum?..
I think so.at least to me it looks to be cast aluminum.

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If I get a chance today I'm gonna try to machi e the flange. I also need to weld the oil bungs In.
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I think so.at least to me it looks to be cast aluminum.

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If I get a chance today I'm gonna try to machi e the flange. I also need to weld the oil bungs In.
Ah yes..never forget the bung hole
Hey im still talkin tech mang!
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Ah yes..never forget the bung hole
Hey im still talkin tech mang!
Yes you are
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Rookie machinist at work. Lol
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Bridgeport?
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Bridgeport?
Yes. And I am having a Hell of a time. I have to go really slow. I have tried a few different type of cutters. I thing plasma cutting the flange plus all the welding made it hard. I'm getting lots of vibrations.
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Machining done
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Try Speeding up the rpm, what are you running? Rpm should be cs*4*tool diameter (cs is 150 for AL).
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Try Speeding up the rpm, what are you running? Rpm should be cs*4*tool diameter (cs is 150 for AL).
You lost me when you got to cs. Lol the best tool I found to work was (in my words) was a 2" diameter flycutter with about 3 cutters on it.

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I also don't know what diameter I was on but I was on one of the fastest speeds, then I tried slowing it down. But she's done now and actually looks good. lol
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Cool cool, looks good though man
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Cool cool, looks good though man
thanx. i appreciate the advice though. sorry i didnt understand very well. lol about the only time i use the bridgeport is to cut keyways.
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