Watched every how to on the internet, then decided to do it myyyy wayyyy.
I had a Air Research turbo housing laying around and it was time to make use out of it. It was vortex time and this was my start.
It needed grinding to open the small end of the inlet, then I needed to get rid of the large gap on the perimeter of the unit. I did that by cutting the bottom of a stainless steel steamer/strainer thingy. Perfect fit to the turbo's radius. JBweld and a few rivets got it done did. Here's before and after, or after and before. Gap is gone and now the air spins.
I'll continue with more posts
Last edited by ranman; 03-09-2020 at 12:48 AM.
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