[s-cars] DIY FMIC - Almost done, hit a small snag...
Lewis, Gary M
gary.m.lewis2 at boeing.com
Wed Jul 21 18:34:16 EDT 2004
As always, Trevor, you are the man.
Now WTH is a wiggens??
From: Trevor Frank [mailto:tfrank at symyx.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 2:27 PM
To: Lewis, Gary M; s-car-list at audifans.com
Subject: RE: [s-cars] DIY FMIC - Almost done, hit a small snag...
Weld a bead on it...
Use a wiggens and weld it to it, no silicon tubing.
Ship it to me I will put the bead on for free.
From: s-car-list-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:s-car-list-bounces at audifans.com] On Behalf Of Lewis, Gary M
Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 10:15 AM
To: s-car-list at audifans.com
Subject: [s-cars] DIY FMIC - Almost done, hit a small snag...
I have the DIY FMIC nearly done (total costs now are ~$550), but I need to roll a bead on the ends of the aluminum tubing. The options I know of
1. Have it done locally at a machine shop ($100). I'm leaning this way. Technically great but a little pricey.
2. Buy my own machine ($400). Charge everyone who will go after me like $40 to roll a bead on their pipes to recoup the costs. http://www.vansantent.com/bead_tool.htm This is technically good but pricey.
3. Do it by hand with a press. Free but scary.
4. Use an aluminum epoxy ($10). I have heard of some racers doing this, and apparently it works, but I sweat when a piece of the epoxy flies off and goes into my motor. Scarier than #3.
5. Your super cheap and super brilliant idea here.
The sooner I get an answer to this problem the sooner I will post up pics and a parts list.
1995.5 S6 Avant, Green/Ecru, RS2 MAF, RS2 Exhaust Manifold, RS2 Injectors, Custom Turbo (K26 Turbine, Factory K26 Cold side (Audi Works '999' P/N) with 50mm intake and custom Innovative Turbo compressor wheel), TurboXS Type 25 Bypass Valve, Bilsteins, Eibachs, Big Reds, Spec II Clutch.
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