Discussion in 'Hot Saws' started by Dennis Cahoon, Jun 10, 2012.
Hey Gink, checkout the new big pipe!
We're talkin 8hp extra HP .....compared to the small pipe!.....we'll see!!!!......Hahahahahahaha!
Built one of these big pipe saws years back and it was a runner. Hopefully this one will be a runner too!
How was that pipe formed? Pressed?
Looks good!!! Who did the work??:cool2:
That's going to look and sound good at the shows...
blokes at the local fuel depot want their 44 Gallon drum back
I think its Gypo's decoy pipe...............
Are you speaking of the size of the size of the pipe or the amount of fuel required to run the saw? :hmm3grin2orange: :big_smile:
Looks like a slip joint at the header DC for fine tuning ?
I take it it's hydroformed, bloody nice job and I'm guessing not cheap to set up.
The inside of the mold is the easy part!
Beautiful work Dennis!! Will we see that
saw on the STS??
Ever run one of those on nitro methane? If so how did u go about starting it?
looks like a 250r saw assembly line there ,when do they go into retail production ?
The first header piece coming off the cylinder comes in 3 different lenghts for tuning. The slip joint about 7" down the header is for vibration. Keeps the header from cracking, so the pipe can be springed or welded there.
Thanks Rick, I'll be running this one for the summer, but it could end up running in the STS next year.
So, who made this pipe?
Sounds like a 'kit' to me.
It wasn't Gink!.......Hahahahahaha!
EFFIN A! That is awesome
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