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Re: 3020 mw turbo

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02-17-2013 18:12:47

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Tim, did you cut and weld them on the block, or in a jig, or sent it out to a welding shop and told them to make it a certain length? What was used for rod to weld the cast?

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02-17-2013 18:37:08

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 Re: 3020 mw turbo in reply to Ken11487, 02-17-2013 18:12:47  
I'm trying to remember how I did it,,I had a machine shop split the exhaust manifold and I spot welded it on the engine as I lined it all up then I welded it with 7018 (my favorite stick rod), for the intake I used a 4020 manifold and cut and capped the front end, then I bored a hole in the right place for the turbo pipe to match up and welded the neck on for the hose. I did this 5 or 6 years ago, and screwed with it all week,,not sure it was worth the trouble. My little brother liked to grind feed with it, and it wasn't dealing with the grinder well,,this helped it ,,but now a 4020 with turbo is grinding the feed,,and making the old 750 mill sing...I'll try to get some pics of it tomorrow,,mail me if you want to talk about it..

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