They make very subtle claims for not to get caught for false ones. I don´t know if there is huge power lurking in the header no matter who makes them. The stock one does not look very bad after removing the pre silencer.
BWAaaahaa hahaahahah!kuhlka said:If you know how to weld, cracking shouldn't happen.
Titan can be welded without the seams becoming brittle. Our company has made pressure vessels and heat exhangers of titanium in the past. Those were for process industry (pulp and paper). I just called our welding instructor (IWS). He said the purity of the Argon is one of the keys. Normal 99.99% is not pure enough and they used 99.998% Other thing is how much energy is brought to the workpiece. Cleanliness is the number one. Rule of thump is if the seam turns blue when welding, there is something wrong. I am not a professional welder. I work with machining and tooling. I can get the exact information from our welding engineers or quality manager if you like.Devious said:BWAaaahaa hahaahahah!kuhlka said:If you know how to weld, cracking shouldn't happen.
That is the funniest thing I've heard all day!
So are you saying that you can't coat the titanium parts (the silencer) on the arrow system? I was thinking of coating it black like the headers.Devious said:It will also prevent you from using coatings and/or wraps on the exhaust that can make even more power.