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    What do you guys think? it will be tig welded and polished.(stainless tubing)
    I figured a simple route was best.






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    The intercooler fits good there but how about a downward angle on the tubing before the carb hat to keep the tubing tucked in closer to the motor.
    Maybe a 60 degree bend on top and a 30 degree lower down.

    You could take out 6"+ of material.
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    i like it should really keep the air flow straight before it makes its way into the hat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    The intercooler fits good there but how about a downward angle on the tubing before the carb hat to keep the tubing tucked in closer to the motor.
    Maybe a 60 degree bend on top and a 30 degree lower down.

    You could take out 6"+ of material.
    Agreed.

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