who needs a Shorter intake Manifold ?

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by armdelgado, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. armdelgado

    armdelgado New Member

    The engine doesn't fit , The bikes frame small, need shorter manifold, need small manifold
    No Problem...(^)^5

    I sell Shorter intake manifolds for $40,
    The material is the same like the original, any other material may fail due to the
    coefficients of heat conductivity and dilation, + vibration.

    with this shorter intake manifolds KNOW you realy will mount the engines kits in any bike frame.


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    I accept Paypal, Postal Money Order or direct deposit.

    E-mail: armdelgado@yahoo.com
     
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  2. Skyliner70cc

    Skyliner70cc Active Member

    Great idea. If you'd make one that had a 90 degree angle offset, you'd sell a bunch.
     
  3. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    like ...offset to the right?

    & for 40 bucks....... I'll start making them! :p
     
  4. Skyliner70cc

    Skyliner70cc Active Member

    90 degree offset for bikes that won't even allow a shorter intake manifold. The bike I'm thinking of that would benefit would be the new Schwinn Skyliner. A 90 degree (right angle) offset would be great.

    I'd pay 20-25 bucks for one, myself.
     
  5. screaming emu

    screaming emu Member

    Good Idea!

    I've made these myself out of stainless steel without the bend, they are completely straight. When you realize what goes into making these, $40 is a good price. My mate ran one off to the side and he kept hitting his leg on the carby. To try and bend the pipe at a sharp 90 is quite tricky. I've been running mine for a few months and it runs sweet. Hope you sell a few, nice profesional looking finish.:grin5:
     
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