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  1. #11
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    Thanks for all the replays and Q@EPM I will most likely be getting in touch with you. I forgot about this thread until today, I guess other projects have been keeping me busy.

    I only use a gas lens unless it will not fit so that can be checked off the list and I have a back gas (purge setup) and would not think to do any project without.

    I actually have a little header/ exhaust experiecne. I worked in an aircraft exhaust shop for a summer many moons ago (10 years now). I did not get to do much welding but I did alot of fabrication. Almost everything was made from 321 stainless (I meant 321 in the first post not 347, which is the filler for 321).

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    where do you source all your tubing from?? i know of a few places that use 321 stainless for headers and id like to know where i can buy it in lengths

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickW View Post
    where do you source all your tubing from?? i know of a few places that use 321 stainless for headers and id like to know where i can buy it in lengths
    You can check these guys out not cheap but they should have what you need. http://www.burnsstainless.com/
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    yea ive seen that site before and no doubt I would order from there if i had a really critical job, I wonder where pro shops like AWE tuning get their stuff. I would love to work at one of these places just to see how they do everything..

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    thanks! that stainless works site seems a bit over prices especially on their V-bands

    I have ordered from Ace Stainless before and talked to them over the phone, great people and exellent customer service

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