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    Default New guy here. Some intercooler and piping work on my acura

    First i must say i have had no one to teach me how to weld. I simply bought a syncrowave 200 runner package and a bunch of scrap. Anyways here is my project i have been working on. Any feedback appreciated.






    Last edited by envano; 03-25-2009 at 03:24 PM.

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    looks pretty good. im new on here too, its nice to see another teg owner here. are you on h-t? where do you get you alum plate from? and in what size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by got wide View Post
    looks pretty good. im new on here too, its nice to see another teg owner here. are you on h-t? where do you get you alum plate from? and in what size?

    Hey. Yes i am on H-T i am user 0554 on there. I get it from metal supermarket and its 1/8''. Depending on what i am doing i have them cut it to size and if not i use my bandsaw.

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    how well do you like your synk 200? i am very close to picking one up.

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    Nice welds, I like the car too!

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    Good pics. nice catch can too.
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    Dont really like the car (more of a RX7 or RWD guy myself) But I appreciate the time, sweat, blood, and money in it.

    Work looks good though, and you aren't scrimping on quality. Rock on.

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    wow good work.Did you make your own intercooler also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mx_racer428 View Post
    how well do you like your synk 200? i am very close to picking one up.
    i like it. i havent had anything i couldnt weld up yet. As far as comparing it to other machines only thing i can compare it to is an econotig and sync180.

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    Quote Originally Posted by On fire most of the time View Post
    Dont really like the car (more of a RX7 or RWD guy myself) But I appreciate the time, sweat, blood, and money in it.

    Work looks good though, and you aren't scrimping on quality. Rock on.
    Thanks. I am exactly like you. Dont care for many other cars but hey. I respect a fast car no matter what it is. If its fast who cares what kind of car it is.

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