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Author: Subject: Hayabusa Turbo Manifold
Utahfab

posted on 15/2/17 at 11:19 PM Reply With Quote
Hayabusa Turbo Manifold

This is a commercial ad. I've emailed Chris though haven't heard back yet. It was suggested I go ahead and post it then Chris can get a hold of me as he's available. If you don't want to look until after I've talked to Chris, please back out of this post.

If anyone is building a turbo Hayabusa I have a cast turbo manifold I've developed.

T3 turbo exhaust manifold for Suzuki Hayabusa motors
Designed for a bike so the turbo is tucked in tight. It does clear the oil filter
Smooth equal radius bends
True merge collector
Lowest back pressure and best flow possible
Constructed of 347 Stainless Steel
Thick main flange/spigot support
3mm (.118) thick tubes
15mm thick turbo flange
Smooth equal radius bends A smoother shape equals more flow and less back pressure/pressure drop
True merge collector - All tubes are aimed at the turbo inlet
Lowest back pressure and best flow possible pressure and flow go together for less heat and more power
Investment cast Consistent shape and quality with NO welds
Constructed of 347 Stainless Steel Better strength and better high temp corrosion resistance
All junctions feature ample filets More details for the absolute best strength
Thick main flange/spigot support Assures a perfect, consistent fit
3mm (.118) thick tubes Overkill for the strongest available
15mm thick turbo flange extra heavy for the best stability and zero warping
Cylinder 1 & 4 upper/outer mount holes are slightly over sized to 9mm - Allows for expansion and contraction without breaking studs
Lower mounting holes are slotted Allows for easier insertion of mounting bolts
Turbo mount threads (10 x 1.5) are produced with a thread forming tap Formed threads are stronger than cut threads

I have posted a few pictures in the Photo Archive.

They're $1,250 USD

Please contact me with any questions or see my site, fabhabit.com

Thank you
Billy
Fab Habit
Salt Lake City, Utah

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Gre3D

posted on 16/2/17 at 08:06 AM Reply With Quote
looking very nice! i hope you get round to selling some. A for effort
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Utahfab

posted on 16/2/17 at 06:05 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Gre3D
looking very nice! i hope you get round to selling some. A for effort


Thank you!

Billy

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Duncan Grier

posted on 19/2/17 at 08:25 PM Reply With Quote
Well that was definitely not 10mins work, looks a really good job!

In my experience a decent designed cast is a far better long term solution 😉

DG

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Utahfab

posted on 21/2/17 at 10:40 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Duncan Grier
Well that was definitely not 10mins work, looks a really good job!

In my experience a decent designed cast is a far better long term solution 😉

DG


Thank you

I've tried to make it the best for both performance and quality/reliability. Hopefully this is the last turbo manifold a customer will ever have to buy for their Hayabusa motor.


Billy
fabhabit.com

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