Board title: Daemon4x4 - 4x4 & Off Road Technical Board

Category name: General

Forum name: General Topics

Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 07-05-2010 21:27:56
There might be a stickering job for good old Apache, but I need an example of your mighty fine work, any chance of a pic or two here of Stein in all it's glory ?


Trev
Posted by: meooo
Date: 08-05-2010 15:47:11
It would appear Not.. :(
Posted by: surfenstein
Date: 08-05-2010 16:09:16
any good trev.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k113/vatchman/pic019.jpg

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k113/vatchman/pic018.jpg
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 08-05-2010 16:15:25
I might have some more .........




Goes of to look.............
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 08-05-2010 16:18:53
http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m235/ianwoodzie/Surf%20Mods/DSC00639.jpg

http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m235/ianwoodzie/Surf%20Mods/DSC00637.jpg
Posted by: That_Ruddy_Squirrel
Date: 08-05-2010 16:23:08
Brilliant - cheers guys  :D
Posted by: BigBobE
Date: 08-05-2010 19:26:21
one question stein, why 2 snorkels???/ 1 not enough?? and how do you stop the filter from getting wet in the rain???
Posted by: surfenstein
Date: 08-05-2010 20:36:36

Icon - Post link BigBobE wrote:

one question stein, why 2 snorkels???/ 1 not enough?? and how do you stop the filter from getting wet in the rain???
because it had this under the bonnet,and the k&n's are oiled so the water doesnt penetrate the cotton gauze.

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k113/vatchman/Picture081.jpg
Posted by: BigBobE
Date: 08-05-2010 20:53:41
sweet, so i can be safe with a snorkel, and i wont drown my surf???


P.s. Sorry about the Hi-jack,

but what is the best diameter tubing / piping for a snorkel??? from filter to intake???
Posted by: surfenstein
Date: 09-05-2010 06:41:50
i used 2" s/s tubing.i think the surf intake hose is around 62mm in diammeter.(from airbox to engine )but i dont know what size the hose is to the air filter box from the cold air duct from behind headlight,thats where you will want to take your measurements for the snorkle.
Posted by: BigBobE
Date: 09-05-2010 13:35:50
i just have a cheapy induction cone bolted onto air intake but need to make a nice tidy snorkel.... cheers for the info stein
Posted by: Bushwhacker
Date: 10-05-2010 21:25:33
:whistle:
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a41/toyosurfer/chopshop032.jpg
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a41/toyosurfer/DSCI0015-1.jpg
Posted by: surfenstein
Date: 11-05-2010 19:06:02
lmao,have you not noticed that bio still leans to one side,i may be able to graft metal to metal,but im not so good with skin and bones. :whistle:
Posted by: Bio Hazard
Date: 11-05-2010 19:49:55
Or power saws ........... OUCH :lol: