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Old 01-19-2014, 11:52 PM
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Talking FS-617 Blank Exhaust Flanges

These are 1/2" thick mild steel, the elbows are stamped units with a seam and less than perfectly formed ends and a wall thickness of ~0.100" (see photo)

$100 for a set of flanges
$150 for a set of flanges +10 elbows
Post or PM if you want a set, I accept paypal, money orders, etc. May take a trade for a W115 intake manifold

The 1.25" kits are the easiest to work with, they can be made up with minimal grinding/hammering. The 1.5" kits will take a significant amount of grinding and hammering. It is possible to take a set of 1.5" flanges and weld 1.25" elbows to it (see photo).

I've got the following in stock:
3x sets of 1.25" flanges
3x sets of 1.5" flanges

3x sets of tight radius 1.25" elbows
1x set of tight radius 1.5" elbows
1x set of wide radius 1.5" elbows

1.25" fitment:



1.5" fitment:




1.25" flanges vs 1.5" flanges:



1.5" flanges with 1.25" elbows:



Elbow stamped seam and rough ends:


Tight vs wide 1.5" elbow:
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Old 01-20-2014, 12:47 AM
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Old 03-14-2014, 01:55 AM
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This is awesome! Any ideas of how you're going to lay out the header piping? I want more pics!!
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Old 03-14-2014, 10:51 AM
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This is awesome! Any ideas of how you're going to lay out the header piping? I want more pics!!
Once I get moved into my new place, and after fixing the porches/plumbing/driveway/fencing I'm clear to setup a welding table. Then the fun begins

I'm planning on a medium runner for mine, that would put the turbo a bit closer to the alternator and out from the head. Or I'll get lazy and make a log manfold
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Old 06-09-2014, 01:16 PM
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BUMP!

Spring cleaning:

$60 for a set of flanges shipped CONUS

$110 for flange + 10x elbows shipped CONUS
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Old 08-19-2014, 10:15 AM
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Alright kids, so you can make these fit a 616 by using two end pieces It will take some grinding though, and probably some kind of support welded on the end.

I'll sell the right combo for a 616, but you've got to understand that it's not a perfect fit and will take some grinding & welding on the bolt holes to make it line up right. Same price for the lego'd 616 assembly as a 617 assembly. Next batch I'll probably get 616-specific flanges made up.

If you want to use these on a 616 I'll be sending you 1.25" flanges as they can be ground to match the gasket. The 1.5" flanges match the 617 so I'll push them that direction.



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Old 03-05-2015, 12:51 PM
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Sold out of flanges, if anyone wants any I can still make them there will just be a lead time.

Plenty of elbows left
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Are you making any flanges for the OM617 turbo exhaust manifold but to accomodate use of the W115 long runner? In other words, permit the turbo to be bumped out and other turbo options to be used. Sort of what JB3 did with his project on STD?
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Old 03-06-2015, 04:00 PM
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Are you making any flanges for the OM617 turbo exhaust manifold but to accomodate use of the W115 long runner? In other words, permit the turbo to be bumped out and other turbo options to be used. Sort of what JB3 did with his project on STD?
I haven't welded any tubes to flanges yet (one day... )

Are you talking about his wild relocation pipe? I haven't attempted anything like that but it could work. Playing with my 2056v and a w123 NA intake you could probably make up an adapter plate that pushed it out of the way, the turbo just needs to hang lower by a little bit.
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Old 06-15-2016, 12:14 AM
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Bumpity bump bump

I've got 3 sets of 617 flanges ready to go, PM me if you're interested.
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