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25th June 2014 12:40 PM
BenLinney@GTC
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Originally Posted by David View Post
Looks really nice, I am interested, why did you choose titanium (more difficult to work with, and I bet port matching is a pain) over more conventional aluminium.

Have you had a problem with aluminium cracking?
its currently just a one off proto, will be testing a few different designs/ideas. i want to do longer runners but kk prefers oem tb position for easy of fitment with existing parts etc etc.. may not stick with TI, depends on feedback and market response, may do Cast. this is possibly a stage 1 version with talk from the TB guys of ITB, carbon fibre plenum etc etc mould fee's are high tho 25k dev costs.

also need to do the lower part of intake to match. will have to loose the middle bar for additional injectors. but first things first KK needs to turn the tb's around
25th June 2014 11:51 AM
Kev@SVM
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Originally Posted by David View Post
Looks really nice, I am interested, why did you choose titanium (more difficult to work with, and I bet port matching is a pain) over more conventional aluminium.

Have you had a problem with aluminium cracking?
No, no issues just fancied a change
KK
25th June 2014 11:46 AM
David Looks really nice, I am interested, why did you choose titanium (more difficult to work with, and I bet port matching is a pain) over more conventional aluminium.

Have you had a problem with aluminium cracking?
25th June 2014 08:06 AM
johnhanton57 I would have it as a lamp in the front room and take it out at weekends and SPANK IT HARD.....looks stunning
25th June 2014 07:10 AM
Kev@SVM
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Originally Posted by Poppaboost View Post
That manifold is stunning, I'd buy one just to look at! Big thumbs up from me Kev!
Thanks I do like the Titanium look



We will be giving Prices and Availability on separate threads, along with the new 72mm throttle bodies + all new parts coming out of SVM.

KK
24th June 2014 09:52 PM
Poppaboost That manifold is stunning, I'd buy one just to look at! Big thumbs up from me Kev!
24th June 2014 08:46 PM
G2GUV 1m spend?????

Wtf!!!????!!

Kev PM me now and just tell me the story!!! Otherwise I'll lose sleep for the whole week!!!!
24th June 2014 03:02 PM
Taff1275 Kev, you would be better off testing that on my car
24th June 2014 01:22 PM
Kev@SVM Hi Something New.

larger Ti Inlet on test with balanced trumpets +twin 70mm throttle mouths Thanks to GTC + some nice new SVM72mm billet throttles (no spindles)
See if we can add a few extra ponies on Hulky

SVM are always happy to test and Push new products, these will filter down.
Can't wait

This new Titanium Inlet Manifold will be available in 6 or 12 injector formats
together with ASNU fueling 1600++ BHP on the cards for sure


Hope you like

















Inside the lighter TI Inlet







no spindle
















All 2014 New products Available from SVM
Include
SVM Clutch Systems.
SVM Aurora Inter-coolers (tested above 1200bhp)
SVM Ti 102 mm Exhaust Systems (coming soon)
SVM New 2014 engine oil seperators
Also Available, New warranty packages on all our range of new Tunes Pls call

Watch this space for News on the Biggest Build SVM has ever undertaken!!
Major News Release (within 1 week)

This will change my companies outlook completely, keep an eye out on this one, I am very excited about this (over 1 mill spend Lol)

Regards
KK
11th June 2014 11:46 AM
Ludders
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Originally Posted by jpl2407 View Post
Yawn, just crack on and get it done, start shouting when you accomplish something worth shouting about
How to prove you know nothing!!! For goodness sake do your homework before posting!!




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10th June 2014 07:54 PM
tooFATtoDRIVE This is getting very interesting now....
10th June 2014 07:35 PM
Kev@SVM Sorry the Hulk hasn't achieved anything has he lol
KK
5th June 2014 11:57 AM
jpl2407 Yawn, just crack on and get it done, start shouting when you accomplish something worth shouting about
5th June 2014 10:27 AM
Ludders What's your time scale Kev? Is this for next year or Ten of the Best this year!!!



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5th June 2014 08:40 AM
Chronos
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Originally Posted by Kev@SVM View Post
Decision made HULK is to get angry
Green and mean + some extra bite..Watch this space
KK
sweet, i look forward to the stats and pics
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