Zamani

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Finally my 3.2 is ready.
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Does your welder use your plenum to learn how to weld? And what's with the 6C6C thing? Grind them off! If you do something make it look good!

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Yeah, I don't think he is that good of a welder, but I can easily mill it off together with the 6C. It's not done yet. The bottom of the plenum is still not done. I still need to clean the cam covers, etc. But mechanically, it's almost there. Just need to find the correct alternator for it.

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Here's my 156 3.0 with JK cams and equal length front pipe. Sounds like a real Alfa unlike the typical FWD V6 sound.

https://youtu.be/r5KE35fz8Z8

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What exhaust you got one ie how many boxes . Is the last box straight through ?
Sounds great . Are the cams 3.2 grinds or 3.0 grinds ?

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oh this video is familiar :)

My for comparison, 3.0 with AHM cams: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxlfByG6hJg

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Kev & Alan,

The muffler is from Bollente, Japan. I don't think it's the typical absorption style straight thru muffler. I think it is a Helmholtz style muffler. Killaz has a similar style muffler for his 75 3.0 24V. The BEST part about this muffler is, there is NO DRONE at 3000 rpm. My mom has a full Super Sprint setup on her 156 GTA and it drones at 3000 rpm. The main contributor to the sound is the equal length front pipe.


http://www.rac-trd.co.jp/rac-trd/main/bollente.php

Alan,

Try to use flat/oval pipes instead of round ones for better clearance when you create your new equal length pipes

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At the dyno
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