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Thread: 1.8T Intake Manifold design and construction.

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    was the penetration deep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McBitchin View Post
    was the penetration deep?
    I can go sooo deep....




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    Annnd boom goes the dynamite






















    I know you eagle eyes will catch that I didn't slant the TB flange back... I had it machined a month ago for the TB, and If I slanted it back it wouldn't fit very well. So I decided to just run with it as is for now. I also listed it for sale, just for fun. If it sells, it sells, if not it works for now. I have a top secret design I am working on for the next one. Look up Laminova, that's as far as I will go with letting the cat out of the bag.


    Welding inside was a bitch. I need a stubby gas lenses bad. with the stubby back cap I had just enough room in there to get it done. I am jealous of the watercooled Pyrex torch setups that are all of about an 1.5" long total!

    Either way, this thing is a beast wont blow apart under pressure and will work well. I also might get it flow benched for the heck of it from the shop putting the head together for me. Or Adam if he feel ambitious .

    Now I can get the fuel rail, and all the plumbing, IC pipes going and inter cooler placement rolling in the car.




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    water cooled intercooling in an intake manifold???? WWWWWWHHHHHHHAAAAATTTTTTT???????


    oh wait gm did that like 6 years ago



    lol j/k.. can't wait to see the end product

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazybrew609 View Post
    water cooled intercooling in an intake manifold???? WWWWWWHHHHHHHAAAAATTTTTTT???????


    oh wait gm did that like 6 years ago



    lol j/k.. can't wait to see the end product

    Yeah, the Laminova cores and that idea have been out for a while. The cores are VERYYYY efficient, WAY more than any water air IC out right now, and have little to know pressure loss either. They are damn expensive, like $200 a piece, 4+ cores needed, and require a lot of machine work to mount, flow and run them correctly. Many pro race teams run them in where its legal, and a few production cars use the same idea. Its a cool technology.




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    just an FYI.. if you keep an eye out on either redlineforums.com or cobaltss.net the guys who are going from superchargers to turbo's tend to get rid of the intake manifold. You could pick up an intercooler for 350 and get 4 cores right there

    the LSJ's use this type of core

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    Cool, yeah those are the cores right there. I have 4 on the shelf right now, found them wicked cheap online from a company that bought a shit ton and dint use them all so they are liquidating them. I think someone on ebay sells them for like $120 ea or so still.

    they require a lot of machining. the ends are o-ringed, sealing the end from the intake stream and sending the water through. then the tube the core sits in has to be tight to the dia of the core fins. and its best to make it a V shape so the air overlaps each core as much as possible without blocking one from the next.




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    I would totally pump some liquid helium into one of those cores, that would bring the temps down :lol

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    I wish I knew more about this in my GTP days. Or they really should have intercooled them from the factory. Solid work tho

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    Looks good.. and don't worry Johawk.. you'll have more GTP days in the future when you buy mine.

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    This is a 1.8t intake i made for a buddy doing a build on his audi at work, talked with a other good friend on what to do for flow and when it was done he looked it over and said he liked, pending completion of a year driving and we will pull it and have it flow bench tested against a stock intake just for reference-right now he just wants to drive his car so no time to wait for the mani to leave and come back

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    Like your mani, i've made several 2.0l aba mani's like that, all flow well-8psi mybrabbit made 166ho and 188torque
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