We are known for our dyno tuning prowess, custom turbo systems, magazine worthy engine bays, and much more! We are also your dealer for any part you may need: aftermarket, OEM replacement, and anything else you can dream up for our fabrication shop to make.
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We specialize in metal working and creating exhausts and turbo setups for any vehicle; from Ferrari exhausts to rotated Subaru turbo setups.
Manifolds, cages, intercooler piping, and downpipes are all regular projects. Our in house machine shop is equipped with a CNC plasma cutter, mandrel bender, lathes, mills, sheers; all the equipment needed to complete your custom project big or small. Our techs can build any engine to the specs you desire; stock rebuilds to full out racing engines.
Our experienced staff is capable of working on any car. If you have an issue, we can fix it. We have all the tools and knowledge necessary to keep your car in top shape. Brake jobs, timing belt replacements, diagnosing misfires Why bring your vehicle to a "stealership" when we can handle all your maintenance and service needs. We can also provide upgrades and aftermarket parts should you want to go beyond OEM replacements. Here at PSI we understand the necessity of quality parts, affordable pricing, and great customer service.
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All rights reserved.Pipe size is an industry designation, not the actual size. View information about how to measure threaded and unthreaded pipe and pipe fittings. Also known as Schedule 40, this steel pipe is designed for low-pressure applications. Assortments contain threaded pipe in various lengths.
Pipe has clockwise right - hand threads on one end and counterclockwise left - hand threads on the other end. When you use a wrench to turn, connections on both ends tighten at the same time. Made of galvanized steel, this Schedule 40 pipe has fair corrosion resistance and is designed for low-pressure applications. A plastic sleeve prevents destructive corrosion when connecting different metals. Typically used with medium-pressure iron and steel threaded pipe fittings.
Also known as Schedule Typically used with medium-pressure galvanized iron and steel threaded pipe fittings. Typically used with high-pressure iron and steel threaded pipe fittings. Typically used with high-pressure galvanized iron and steel threaded pipe fittings. Typically used with extreme-pressure iron and steel threaded pipe fittings.
Also known as Schedule XXH. Typically used with standard-wall and low-pressure iron and steel unthreaded pipe fittings. Typically used with thick-wall and high-pressure iron and steel unthreaded pipe fittings. Typically used with extreme-pressure iron and steel unthreaded pipe fittings.
Pipe is also known as Schedule XXH. Use this pipe in gravity-flow applications both above and below ground. This steel pipe has grooved ends that connect to fittings with a clamp sold separately for an easy way to install piping systems. Typically used with low-pressure stainless steel threaded pipe fittings. Typically used with medium- to high-pressure stainless steel threaded pipe fittings.
Typically used with standard-wall and low-pressure stainless steel unthreaded pipe fittings. Typically used with thin-wall stainless steel unthreaded pipe fittings.Due to shipper and supplier delays, your order may take longer to arrive.
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Low Price Guarantee. We're so confident in our low prices, we offer a Beat-a-Price Guarantee: We'll beat our competitors' advertised prices on any identical, in-stock product proof of advertised price required!The most common part replaced on a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle is the exhaust system.
Due to EPA regulations often times getting your bike to sound like a Harley means you need to make it louder. A common belief is that by reducing back pressure in the exhaust system you will automatically gain horsepower. Unfortunately this is not the case. With the proper fuel management system for a fuel injected engine or re-jetting in the case of a carbureted engine however the maximum horsepower will improve. There is however a difference between usable power and maximum horsepower.
The maximum horsepower of two engines may be similar, but the horsepower torque curves may be different.Drift-Office : AVO FRS / BRZ / GT86 Stage 1.5 @ 8 PSI ~ 276WHP w/ Tomei Exhaust!
The area under the horsepower and torque curves defines the "power" the engine produces. The more area that is under the curve, the more power your engine produces. A typical non-baffled aftermarket exhaust produces a horsepower curve that initially rises very slowly. As the RPMs start to rise above mid-range power, the curve begins to rise at increasing rate until maximum horsepower is achieved. Once RPMs have passed maximum horsepower, the curve drops off rapidly. If you are planning on running a non-baffled exhaust but would like to gain back some of your low end torque, there is some hope.
Below is an extremely inexpensive trick that will give you back some low end torque and can even be tuned to meet the performance needs of the bike. They work great. And they do not require any fabrication. Now insert your tunable baffle into the exhaust pipe like the example below.
You can tune the baffle by changing the angle of the thumbscrew or washer to the exhaust pipe. For maximum torque, the washer will be at 90 degree angle to the pipe. For maximum horsepower the washer will be parallel to the pipe. In a study given to Bike Tech by Gene P. Three runs were done.Also know as pump connectors, hose is sized to specific lengths for attaching to pumps. If you need to access your line frequently, the fittings on this hose connect and disconnect quickly.
Use this conductive hose in a grounded system to eliminate static buildup. The material is blended with carbon black, which conducts static charges away from the hose walls. Cut the hose to your desired length and attach the fittings. You don't need any special equipment to install. Instead of a rubber cover, this hose has a stainless steel braid for excellent strength in high-pressure applications.
More flexible than rigid stainless steel tubing, this hose allows you to link high-vacuum components that are misaligned. Also known as bellows. Equipped with a claw-clamp ISO - K fitting on each end, this hose connects to large components with fittings starting at trade number A braided exterior protects this hose from abrasion and over- bending. Also known as bellows, the ribbed interior makes it flexible enough to connect high-vacuum components that aren't directly aligned.
Form elbows and bends with this hose and it will hold its shape without support. Lightweight, yet strong, this aluminum hose bends and maintains its shape without support. Unlike fabric duct hose, this lightweight aluminum hose can bend around corners and hold its shape. This general purpose tubing is the industry standard for air and water applications.
A polyester braid is embedded into the walls of this tubing, giving it the strength to withstand higher pressures than other soft tubing for air and water. Use in applications up to psi. Thick walls give this tubing excellent abrasion resistance.
Stretch it, bend it, compress it — this tubing will spring back to its original shape. Protect sensitive equipment with this tubing— it is specially formulated to reduce the buildup of static electricity.
Commonly used in ice machines and other water applications, this tubing is treated to protect against degradation caused by bacteria, yeast, fungi, and mold.
Multiple colors allow you to color-code your lines for easy identification. This self-extinguishing tubing meets UL 94V0 and UL 94V1 for flame retardance, so it delays the spread of flames to valuable equipment. This tubing can handle continuous bending and flexing in applications requiring movement, such as metering peristaltic pumps and robotics. A braid reinforcement gives this tubing excellent strength in high-pressure applications up to psi. Multiple colors allow you to color-code your line for easy identification.No need for clamps or connectors— duct and fittings have a male end that is slightly smaller than its female end for simple assembly.
Join duct and fittings with quick-release clamps for faster disassembly and cleanout than other duct systems. A spiral seam gives this duct greater strength and rigidity than standard duct.
Made of PVC plastic to withstand acids, alkalies, salts, and other corrosive vapors and fumes. Gaskets create a tight seal— you don't need to seal joints with coating or tape. Often used in tight spaces, such as in walls and ceilings, rectangular duct allows you to select larger sizes without increasing duct height.
Evenly distribute air from fans and blowers throughout large spaces.
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In the event of a fire, these dampers automatically stop airflow through duct. Regulate airflow by adjusting dampers from fully open to fully closed.
Save energy and increase comfort by heating and cooling only the areas that need it. Add a flexible joint to your system to reduce vibration caused by fans and blowers.
Also known as cleanouts, panels cover cutouts in duct to provide access for inspection and cleaning. The panels open and close by turning the knobs.
Also known as type B gas vents. Metal interlocked strips create a rigid, durable hose that stays strong under high temperatures.
Combining the heat resistance of metal with the flexibility of fabric, this fiberglass hose has a special coating that stands up to high temperatures. Vent smoke, water-based paint fumes, and welding fumes with this hose that gives you a clear view inside your line.
Commonly used in garages, this thick rubber hose will bounce back when stepped on or driven over. Alumina-coated glass fabric withstands extreme temperatures like stainless steel, but is much more flexible. Unlike other duct hose that has a metal spiral, this hose has a plastic spiral that will not rust. A nonstick PTFE liner gives this hose the ability to handle corrosive fumes such as smoke, paint fumes, hydrochloric acid fumes, and toluene fumes. Not only does this hose stand up to corrosive fumes, it has a metal spiral on the outside that acts as a wear strip to protect against damage.
Form elbows and bends with this hose and it will hold its shape without support. With the smallest bend radius of all the fume hose we offer, this lightweight hose can handle tight turns around equipment.Consumers are demanding more customized and attractive label designs, and we expect that to continue next year.
Prior to digital printing, manufacturers relied on smaller individual batch runs to achieve similar levels of personalization found in the market today. We believe that product portfolio will grow even larger in 2017, which will require a greater demand for digitally personalized labels. To accommodate this shift and embrace cutting-edge digital print technology, FLEXcon has developed new topcoats, which can be coated on their industry recognized components so converters can continue to sell into applications with specifications while utilizing the new digital printers currently available in the market.
Our topcoats have all been fully optimized to take advantage of the latest digital print technology, and are compatible with the top printers in the market. The concept of Big Data is not new and has been around for some time already but it is going to stay and be ever-more important for label converters and packaging producers. How can we use it for sustainable growth. The amount of data that is available is so huge and its management has never been more important.
Our Business Intelligence and Smart Statistics tools will be high in demand over the coming year. Why not start with virtual reality and 3D technology. I don't think it will be long before the benefits of going digital outweigh the costs associated with getting into that market. While there will always be a place for high production printers within the markets, I think that we will begin to see a lot more small printing companies using digital technology to produce short to medium sized runs.
With this increase in the number of small printing companies will come with it an increase in the demand for digital printing solutions (of which there are already many) and digital finishing solutions.
Specifically, I think we will see a move away from knife finishers and a push towards more laser finishing solutions. This shift is something that is already being addressed by companies like Anytron and others who are creating affordable laser finishing options. Jay Dollries, CEO, Innovative Labeling SolutionsBrands are struggling to engage and retain consumers who are increasingly immune to traditional marketing efforts.
Relevancy, speed to market, SKU proliferation and continued consumer demand for customized packaging are a few of the driving forces shaping our predictions for 2017:www. The trend towards smaller run lengths will continue and I expect this will be the year that the flexible packaging market, which has so far been very much in the early stages of digital adoption, to start making serious strides in exploiting the benefits of shorter runs, shorter lead times, customisation, etc.
The label market will continue to expand, with more automation in the workflow to support that growth. Web-to-print will also rise and printers will offer more and more services such as labels, sleeves and packaging all under one roof.
The effect of this will see some printers consolidating and growing, whilst smaller print houses may struggle to compete unless they can find a way to add value to their services. End-to-end artwork and digital asset management systems will allow packaging companies greater flexibility and more timely response to changing market conditions, including new product development, and to accommodate increasing regulatory change requirements.
We will also see the various digital print technologies continue their push to become the dominant printing technology in the packaging sector. Speeds right now are increasing, extending into what were traditionally conventional print runs.
This is evident in all of the high volume branded products printed digitally in the marketplace. We apologize, our site does not support Internet Explorer 6 or 7.