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Old 04-07-2011, 12:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Milling off intake

Hey guys, im gonna take my junk head to the mill for practice of milling off the factory intake manifold, then on the new head ill do it again and put something better on. there anything anyone wants to toss in? how far to go? etc

after its off i will mill and put together an intake manifold, id like to do a custom equal length intake plentum but im struggeling to find high pressure line so i can move the rail, so if anyone knows where i can get 35,000 PSI plus rated line ill take that input as well!

feel free to toss in any info you want (PS im going to be doing it at school on our CNC Mill for free)
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Old 04-09-2011, 07:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You could probably use a dual feed cp3 line...it'd be flexible and is rated for the high pressure.
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Old 04-09-2011, 07:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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We have a local shop called hose house in my area, they could custom make you one but I don't know how much they would charge if you are interested I will try to get you their number.

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I never thought of the flexible dual CP3 line... that could just possibly work! may not look the cleanest but it would work!
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Ive been thinking about a equal length intake too. But, I am Starting to think of a tank intake to divide the air, then run it out in individual runners? As close as the ports are on a 24v this may be almost imposible to weld. I know this zz isnt a intake to use on a 24v, but this is what I am throwing around.

Cant get the pic to load(Sheetmetal intake)
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this might help you out:

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We have a local shop called hose house in my area, they could custom make you one but I don't know how much they would charge if you are interested I will try to get you their number.

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They make custom fuel lines, for Common Rails?
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They make custom fuel lines, for Common Rails?
"custom fuel lines" is a general term... I just need the line itself so i can move/mount my rail then plum to the injectors from there, but as far as someone making a kit to say move your rail from factory location to another specific location(like the side of the block for example) im guessing not, never heard of anyone else moving or wanting to move their rail
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this might help you out:

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That does help!! THANKS!
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If you move the rail, you gotta move all the lines. B&B tooling is up in your neck of the woods. You might wanna contact them. Here is a pick of mine:
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looks good, did you move your rail or is that factory location with that side intake? also do you know if the 6.7 rails are bigger/flow better than a 5.9 rail? also thinking possibly a rail off of an 8.9
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This will show you the difference between the 5.9 and 6.7L rail.

6.7L Plenum Cover Swap In Progress
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