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i know it isn't a miata, but atleast it is a mazda...downpipe to be done on sunday.










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And this is going in.....?
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sorry, it is a 2g motor going in a 1g.
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12A..13B? I really don't know much about them but looks like it will pretty potent when done. Pics of said 1G RX?
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This thread needs more 2g motor in RX2.

I want a rotory some day.
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Originally Posted by Saml01 View Post
This thread needs more 2g motor in RX2.

I want a rotory some day.
I second both of these statements
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I want one too.. =(

I just want a FD
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someone else welds better than I do
Ditto, I'm not worthy
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Welds and bracing are beautiful!
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clean work... did you do the welding? What kind of TIG was used?
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Originally Posted by Saml01 View Post
This thread needs more 2g motor in RX2.

I want another rotory some day.
Fixed.
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clean work... did you do the welding? What kind of TIG was used?
yes, i did everything with a miller 180sd.
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Welcome and nice pics. I would love to get another 7 but i don't ever seeing it happen. If you don't mind me asking how did you land here?
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Originally Posted by weiRtech View Post
yes, i did everything with a miller 180sd.
Good stuff, great welder. I'm considering a miller dynasty myself. Mostly for the variable frequency to make aluminum easier.
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Originally Posted by MikeRiv87 View Post
If you don't mind me asking how did you land here?
i've been here a little while, just not posting a lot. some of the guys over at hmt wanted some bp and b6t flanges for their miatas. i thought i'd sign up and try and help out when someone posts something that i have experience with.
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Originally Posted by weiRtech View Post
yes, i did everything with a miller 180sd.
I've got Miller 180sd how come my welds don't look like that?
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using a gas lense helps greatly. i also don't weld more than about 3/4" at a time... then i move on to another spot and weld, so there is time for it to cool inbetween beads. i'll even go and do other stuff while the welds cool a bit and then go back to it. i find it helps with preventing warping a lot. anywhere you see a gold colored spot is the end of a bead. i have my post flow set at 8 seconds, but that is probably a little on the short side. don't pull the torch away until the post flow stops.
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I didn't even know those existed thats really interesting. What gas do you use? Do you use pure tungsten? If I remember right I use red on metals, green on aluminum. I can't remember what alloy that is... Also, what do you do for fume extraction. I'm tired of getting buzzes from welding. I've tried fans and everything else to no avail.
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