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1.500" Exhaust Header Fabrication kit - Snap kit

by XeonDesigns, published

1.500" Exhaust Header Fabrication kit - Snap kit by XeonDesigns May 9, 2017

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A 1.5" version of my popular 1.625" header mockup kit

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1649639

Each bend block is equivalent to a 22.5deg pc.. So 4 pcs will give you a perfect 90deg bend.

They also have angle location marks/notches every 30 deg to help keep track of your compound bends, and make it easy to re assemble and mark once you start tacking with real stainless or steel piping.

This kit package comes with 1.500 Diameter tubes with centerline bend radius of 2", 2.5", 3" and 4", 1" straight, and a 1" straight with closed end for mounting to a header plate.

Have a snap attack!

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Zortrax

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0.19mm

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Full

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This is 100% awesome!

I need to work up a new downpipe for my project car, for fun I might give this a shot scaling it up to 2.5" OD.

Seriously, though, having a set of these in 2.5 and 3 inch would be pretty bad ass for fitting exhaust runs in tight locations around suspension parts.

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