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I wonder if you have some tips of nice collector heads that wont crack for turbo application? I saw that Burns have som nice ones. Do you know of anyone else? This is for V6 application.

Thanks Robert
 

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talk to Billy at Stainless Works! Twinturbobilly on here!
 

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Support the turbo and proper welding there should be no cracks.

Most cracks are from letting the turbo hang off the header and crossover.
 

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Try Cone Engineering:

http://www.coneeng.com/collectors.html

I used of set of these on my new single turbo SBF set up and they are doing just fine. They are substantially cheaper than Burns. We are also using a set of these on the twin turbo BBF.

I used Burns on my old set up and they also worked great.

-Mikie
 

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i have a set of cheap formed collectors from SPD i think they were $59 each and car makes over 1300hp :)
 

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I'm setup with both. Give me a call, and we can talk about what is best for you.

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Brian Brown
601.218.3848
 

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x2 also I would add these aren't swedged like you'd get from SPD. These are a constant thickness and are made from a solid sheet. There is no stretching in these collectors, I really like them.


Try Cone Engineering:

http://www.coneeng.com/collectors.html

I used of set of these on my new single turbo SBF set up and they are doing just fine. They are substantially cheaper than Burns. We are also using a set of these on the twin turbo BBF.

I used Burns on my old set up and they also worked great.

-Mikie
 
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