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    BLING BLING PLAYA's Avatar
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    Where is the cheapest place to get TE37s? And what is with the 20 different models they make? I'm looking at 18x10.5 +15
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    Looks like Jesse Streeter is not bad, about 3400 delivered DHL.
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    Streeter is the guy for sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by PLAYA View Post
    Gearbox turned up but was few days late so couldn't scan it, out on more jobs at the moment.

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    cant you ask the supplier to give you a cad file?

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    Won't give to me, so seems how it works is distributors are semi independent and don't give him raw files. Makes no difference for me won't take very long.
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    Also watched the videos on that motive garage to see who built their clutch. Called direct clutch and just waiting to get an email with some details but their twin suit vr38 is 2150, I thought that was a good price. I will order one in a week so I can get this box mounted up
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    another plus of those new G25 660 turbos are available in both clockwise and counter clockwise configurations which should help quite a lot being able to make symmetrical packaging for each side of the motor. proven to make a solid 1100hp on a very serious 2.8l RB26 in the integrated motorsports car.

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    Cheers for that, I think this is the option I will go. Also for the manifolds I have been thinking I won't have room to fabricate traditional tubular manifolds so I will either CNC them in two halves and weld them together pretty much like a cast manifold cut in half or 3d print them from steel.

    I don't know any printers yet but we will see what the price is like. My friend is printing carbon impregnated plastic on make forge printer and the place that is doing it is relatively cheap even though the printer is like 40k.
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    Very late to the party, but hot damn.

    Reminds me of Jamie Heritages old TA22... but new GTR hotness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PLAYA View Post
    Cheers for that, I think this is the option I will go. Also for the manifolds I have been thinking I won't have room to fabricate traditional tubular manifolds so I will either CNC them in two halves and weld them together pretty much like a cast manifold cut in half or 3d print them from steel.

    I don't know any printers yet but we will see what the price is like. My friend is printing carbon impregnated plastic on make forge printer and the place that is doing it is relatively cheap even though the printer is like 40k.


    Joint called australian advanced materials manufacturing, just opened in adelaide a few weeks ago, print titanium, stainless, alum etc. see here https://additivemanufacturingtoday.c...facility-opens Not sure what their capacity is, size wise though.
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    I was watching a few videos and I think it is proper slow, like would be a week to print it.
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    no doubt, definitely wouldnt be the cheapest option.

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    Cast it probably will be
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    Lost 3D printed PLA casting?

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    Yea most prob something like that

    Also te37 2 month wait from rays fml
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    Very interesting build
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