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    I have my manifold off and was thinking of drilling and taping the bosses for NOS. Is there any trick to this were a machine shop would have to do it or can I just drill and tap my own holes? Also, is there a place in or near phoenix that can polish or add a coating of some sort? (Dart tunnel ram)

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    i've done a few port injected nitrous deals and they were pretty easy to drill and tap, the trick is keeping the same angle on each runner matching the rest and nozzle placement. biggest trouble i've ran into doin those kits is bending the tubing, that shiat suxxxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Sergeant View Post
    I have my manifold off and was thinking of drilling and taping the bosses for NOS. Is there any trick to this were a machine shop would have to do it or can I just drill and tap my own holes? Also, is there a place in or near phoenix that can polish or add a coating of some sort? (Dart tunnel ram)
    ck with the boys from down there...they can turn u on to where to get it polished...also...i think Jet-Hot (they coat headers etc) is down there somewhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Sergeant View Post
    I have my manifold off and was thinking of drilling and taping the bosses for NOS. Is there any trick to this were a machine shop would have to do it or can I just drill and tap my own holes? Also, is there a place in or near phoenix that can polish or add a coating of some sort? (Dart tunnel ram)

    Ask squirtn my load. He had his entire jet powder coated. The same shop might do what your looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO BUTT NO PUTT View Post
    Ask squirtn my load. He had his entire jet powder coated. The same shop might do what your looking for.
    i used southwest powdercoating on 59th ave & van buren, lots of problems and it took a month +. if i had to do it again i would ship it off to embee.

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    affordable powder coating,and fernandos for polishing.

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    What manifold is it? Done a Dart TR before and its a pain cause you have to mill a pocket to thin out the runner before you can drill/tap. If you dont thin it out the nozzle wont be deep enough in the runner.

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    I did my victor, but like the others said, make sure you keep them all the same angle, I created a jig and set that up to make sure they were all in the same place.



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    nice job darin! bet that sob hits hardddd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Sergeant View Post
    I have my manifold off and was thinking of drilling and taping the bosses for NOS. Is there any trick to this were a machine shop would have to do it or can I just drill and tap my own holes? Also, is there a place in or near phoenix that can polish or add a coating of some sort? (Dart tunnel ram)
    Hire CS19 @ B1 Drag Boat Development ... his work is second to none

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post
    Hire CS19 @ B1 Drag Boat Development ... his work is second to none
    The boy has some talent for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    nice job darin! bet that sob hits hardddd


    It does, especially after you hit the second stage!!!

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