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Anyone still have files for the F2t Exhaust flange? I've made one in free cad and I cant for the life of me export it to .dxf . Damn open source programs. Last time I sent the shop a Jpeg of the ones I found on the forum. But they charged me to make the proper file to cut them so it cost me like 120$ca for an SS flange. Need to make another manifold. thanks.
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Anyone still have files for the F2t Exhaust flange? I've made one in free cad and I cant for the life of me export it to .dxf . Damn open source programs. Last time I sent the shop a Jpeg of the ones I found on the forum. But they charged me to make the proper file to cut them so it cost me like 120$ca for an SS flange. Need to make another manifold. thanks.
Well I can see if Larken still has his files for the manifold flange but he wrote it in Cad also.
Almost be worth buying a ebay manifold, using the flanges and 4 to 1 collector.

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Also some suby and nissan manifold flanges look very similar to the F2, you could google picks and order the cheapest, shitiest manifold gaskets for size comparison, if you find a workable match order flanges for that head and let the rest of us know .

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It's fine if he has a dxf file. I just don't want to repay fees for the modeling. I don't care what the cutting cost is.
I don't see the savings on getting another manifold to scavenge.

I'm making another manifold for myself. The current manifold works but makes the entire set up too high to my liking. I also want to make the manifold flange smaller in thickness. They won't charge, theyll just cut a thinner sheet.



i never remember how to post images...

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What format is it in right now? I've got Solidworks and would be more than happy to convert it for you to DXF. Send me a PM.
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