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Show & Tell… Pictures Of Anything Interesting.

Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Desert Diesel Dog, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. laserjock

    laserjock Almost there... Supporting Member

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    Eh. Only a real problem if you are drag racing or really more just road racing where you are on and off the throttle.
     
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    Is that a Jag or a Halibrand rear end? I know that it may bee something that I haven't seen, but those are the only ones that I know of.
     
  4. Danielle

    Danielle I'm allowed to buy a Jeep! Hawhaw Supporting Member

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    Was in my e38 group (early 2000s 7 series bmws)

    There isn't much room to work with under the hood on the v12 engines haha.

    I think this is a photoshopped mock up. These kids in central Europe are insane and would do this, I believe!!
     
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    Seems like with true duals feeding into a single turbo inlet you would loose more energy than just a large single pipe
     
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    Just more random stuff.
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    Oledirtypearl86 Full Access Member

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    Read the comment imagejpeg_0.jpg
     
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    IMG_20191116_213906.jpg when the rod heater decides to quit and it's cold out
     
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    So honest question. Why? Does it help with penetration similar to heating thick parts before welding? I'm assuming those are welding rods?
     
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    It gets the moisture out of the rods.
     
  12. Oledirtypearl86

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    Yeah when it's cool and humid out it makes for better welds
     
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    Seen that awhile back. (Couple years ago)
    I don't think it's roadkills video.

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    To break tire beads, I just use either one of these Bead Busters, a slide hammer bead breaker, or a combination of the two. The Bead Buster is extremely portable. Here it is next to one of my hats for a size comparison.

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