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4th post.... Cant tell if its the picture angle or what..... But the alternator looks to be a smidge too far forward... Belt doesnt look parrallel to the motorplate....
 

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i think your right. havent gotten that far yet just wanted to make sure it was going to fit. kind of tight to the exhaust. i picked up a horizontal/vertical band saw and all i can sat is WOW. makes fitting pipe wayyyyyy easier
 

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Build looks great!! Which bandsaw did you get? How do you like it? I have a craftsman vertical wood cutting bandsaw that i put a metal blade on. I cant slow it down enough to make it cut straight on flat stock, but it works great on tubing. Ive been thinking about getting something different.
 

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Build looks great!! Which bandsaw did you get? How do you like it? I have a craftsman vertical wood cutting bandsaw that i put a metal blade on. I cant slow it down enough to make it cut straight on flat stock, but it works great on tubing. Ive been thinking about getting something different.
its a shop fox w1715. it was 250 bucks plus i picked up a bi metal blade. i just made my motor plate tabs out of flat stock and it is perfectly square. almost to good now i see where things looked straight but really arent lol plus you cant beat setting it at a specific angle with tubing and cut it and it is a perfect fit up after you de-bur it . i tig weld everything i can and it makes that part nice.

http://www.woodstockint.com/3-4-HP-Metal-Cutting-Bandsaw/W1715/

i know its cheap and i looked for usa specific made stuff but 1500 bills is hard to justify for 1-2 turbo kits. i figured if i can get 2000 cuts with it its like $1.25 a cut. then buy a new one. i do expect it to last longer tho
 

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i do believe northern tool has a red version of it just a different name about the same money if there is one near you there wasnt for me
 

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anyone know how much tighter a -12 low profile fitting is vs a standard?? pass side is realllllllyyy tight to the motor plate/down pipe. probably going to have to weld some fittings onto the motor plate to save some extra space. either that or dimple in the down pipe for clearance.
 

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started life as a comp engineering. then i cut the angles on them
 
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