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Thread: SpeedCircuit now selling PEP MSP Manifolds and Downpipes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealthWyvern View Post
    I'd jump all over that manifold if you would get it in a EWG configuration but sadly you can't.
    You can probably weld on a flange.
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    Pope MSP Turbo Manifolds on sale now!

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    PEP MSP Turbo Manifolds will be in stock tomorrow and shipping to customers next week!




    https://www.speedcircuit.net/index.p...-manifold.html
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    I was looking at that PEP MSP downpipe - does that downpipe have a crushed bend in it right after the turbo flange? will that affect flow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DatMspGuy View Post
    I was looking at that PEP MSP downpipe - does that downpipe have a crushed bend in it right after the turbo flange? will that affect flow?
    Where do you see a crushed bend? Got a pic?
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    Kooldino, It's more like a crease maybe, but it is on the inside bend, just a few inches below the flange - looks like it maybe tapers narrower in that area? Pic is on first post.

    Not sure if you are part of that company, but, I am not taking a dig at the product, just inquiring about that part. If you are part of that company, is that pipe all 3" piping? The flange bell mouth pipe section looks bigger, then it visually looks like it reduces in diameter, then it looks like it gets larger in diameter.
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    Ah, i see what you mean. That's designed that way to maximize flow. It's all 3" or greater.
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