[s-cars] Oh Mama!!!
chris_leal at sbcglobal.net
Wed May 11 00:54:06 EDT 2005
One last question before this is completely dead....If mild steel is preferred in this application for expense and repairability then why is stainless used for the adapter between the turbo and the header ?
PS Hap congrats on your car. It looks great!
Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 21:56:16 EDT
From: Djdawson2 at aol.com
Subject: Re: [s-cars] Oh Mama!!!- 034 EFI??
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CaptMagu at aol.com, s-car-list at audifans.com
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In a message dated 5/10/2005 10:09:50 AM Mountain Standard Time,
tfrank at symyx.com writes:
Stainless steel used in gas turbines, 310 stainless, 321 stainless,
stainless Pyromet 335, 22-4-9 stainless, Nitronic 40 stainless, 330
347fm stainless, 404 stainlessâ¦I can go on, but I think you are
point, 1020 isnât nor is any high or low carbon steels, but plenty
Have I killed this thread yet?
Yeah... sort of dead. I'm not attempting to question anyone's
or experience. In the world as we know it, "facts" are sometimes
statement has been repeated the most times... and then accepted by
simply because of the repetition.
My point?... I guess I'm saying that I'm currently in the midst of
developing my own "facts" WRT steel headers. So far, the steel unit is
fine. If it lasts 50k miles, I'll consider it a great choice...
considering the low cost of repairing it when it does fail.
I've heard "facts" from both camps... you certainly advocate SS (and
the education to back that choice), and others advocate thick walled
(Corky, for example). So, as far as I'm concerned, I think both should
considered as reasonable choices.
That's all I've got... interesting topic, nonetheless.
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