Saying it's 3D printed gives you about as much information as saying it's made of plastic. Way too many variables to call it good or bad just from that.The part that I don't like is that its 3d printed. I am sure it will work fine but I have had some 3d printed parts for other things that really sucked and didn't last long.
Possible you can stick a boroscope inside and see if they have radiused all the sharp flow path edges, if it is 3D printed, that should be a trivial detail to design in.Manifold showed up. Pretty nice piece. Will put up a few pics when done
Post some pics, it's probably FDM.Possible you can stick a boroscope inside and see if they have radiused all the sharp flow path edges, if it is 3D printed, that should be a trivial detail to design in.
Did you purchase the right VS left flow manifold?
Possible anyone knows which specific process / Mfr. was used to construct this manifold?
Main reason is I am installing a fp green with 1050 injectors. I want to keep the boost no higher than 18 to stay pump gas friendly. I know that more flow makes more power at the same boost, so I felt the manifold would help as ibexx says retuning is necessary due to increased flow.Just curious, what prompted you for the need to buy one?