Fun Project... Dont forget to port that Cylinder to match that new exhaust manifold hole.. It looks alot taller.. Have fun!
A lead intake would work but not too well without a plastic isolator between the engineblock and the intake itself...Once the intake starts to absorb heat itll start vaporizing the fuel..........Thats why intakes are either plastic or aluminum w/plastic isolator.............I realize my next idea might possibly be the stupidest yet, but honestly I have set that bar extremely high.
Would lead work?
Of not for exhaust I. Wondering.g would lead work so that I can make a custom intake manifold.
about ths exhaust manifold, of I used the metal sleeve type things for the a screws so that I wouldn't bend the lead when tightening it. Just not sure of it could take the heat for exhaust or intake purposes
could you show me a pic of what you mean, sorry man i know you have show me several ways i could make my own, but since i have gotten the welder all the ideas and ways to do them have been forgotten and i could really a refresher.A lead intake would work but not too well without a plastic isolator between the engineblock and the intake itself...Once the intake starts to absorb heat itll start vaporizing the fuel..........Thats why intakes are either plastic or aluminum w/plastic isolator.............
I cant believe you cant get a stock exhaust can and modify it.........
The engine is a Mazda rotary engine going into a CX7 sleeper SUV.........Its gonna be a Turbo Porsche Cayenne killer.........LOLcould you show me a pic of what you mean, sorry man i know you have show me several ways i could make my own, but since i have gotten the welder all the ideas and ways to do them have been forgotten and i could really a refresher.
if you could show me another pic, now that i have the welder and can go out and do it now or next time my kiddo falls asleep i can do the stuff now.
WHAT IS THAT MOTOR IN YOUR PIC,
Thanks..In the car its gonna feel bad azz....LOL..The trikes going a tick over 50mph flat out on alchohol......Its a Techumseh TC300 w blueprinting aswell as powerporting and a Hi-Fire ignition module that eliminates the points......That motor, the rotary one looked bad a$$
I like the razor trike too, what kind of speeds do you get on that thing?
You need MC Culloch headder # 48609..In case you didnt know ..Not all engines get exhaust systems...The Mcculloch benefits from an open headder..Some add oval cans running across the end like a Tee welded to the end of the headder pipe..Was wondering of this exhaust would work well for my conversion?
It came off one of them mini pocketbikes, the one I got for like $35
I was gonna cut it somewhere do that it would come off the motor and exit towards the rear of the minibike. I need it to fit the small size chainsaw exhaust pictured in the beginning of the thread
Well here is a pic of what I have and what I need to make it fit
Of anybody has any ideas on how to make the transition, I'd be greatful for any advice.
Cam2 I remember you showing me how you did one but I cannot find it again, been looking all say. Maybe you could show me again.
This is how your headder should look like when done............
The velocity stack.....Its a Mac racing kart engine option....... #13598 called carb inlet stacki want one of them thing-a-ma-bobs you got on your carb too on that mac
The velocity stack.....Its a Mac racing kart engine option....... #13598 called carb inlet stack
The engine mounting kit is #13178A
Tuned headder #48645...#14317 muffler
Cool, o think I can swing some welds and brackets like that, thanks for the pics. That clears a lot of questions up .
Hoping to get back out in my shed soon so i can work on something but the cold and price of kerosene is too much for me