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    Gauging interest. Billet aluminum vacuum manifold.

    Guys (and gals)

    I'm seeing if anyone would be interested in a billet aluminum vacuum manifold.

    The manifold would be anodized different colors and would be engraved with the SSP logo. These would be used to organize those small pesky vacuum lines in your boosted engine bay. Anodized to go with your color theme.

    If I see enough interest we can put these things into production.

    All ideas welcomed


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    I'm guessing you are talking about the E9x M3, but let us know with the body and engine you're talking about.
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    Meant for anyone running any sort of turbo system. Especially aftermarket systems that have vacuum lines for boost gauges or boost controllers. It's an good way to keep lines organized and out of the way. It's also a nice touch of color that will compliment your current set up.



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    Alrighty, wasn't expecting that you were taking requests. I'll let some others chime in
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SSDD Click here to enlarge
    Alrighty, wasn't expecting that you were taking requests. I'll let some others chime in
    Requests in terms of what?

    before I may want to start working ona product I may ask to see what sort of features people would like to see for that product.

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    Requests for what engine applications
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    The vaccum manifolds are universal. They have usually 1/8 npt threads to install boost gauges, wastegates, boost controllers, etc. You tap off of your factory intake plenium to supply the vaccum to the manifold and from there all the other components use the manifold as thier source. Keeps the bay looking clean and uniform.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DLV-Engineering Click here to enlarge
    The vaccum manifolds are universal. They have usually 1/8 npt threads to install boost gauges, wastegates, boost controllers, etc. You tap off of your factory intake plenium to supply the vaccum to the manifold and from there all the other components use the manifold as thier source. Keeps the bay looking clean and uniform.

    Couldn't have said it better myself. Thanks!

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