Anyone heard of Max-Redline before?

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Anyone heard of Max-Redline before?

Postby THEE_DW » Wed May 29, 2013 10:47 am

I was looking into turbo parts for my future build, and usually look at gomiata.com and bell engineering, but I stumbled across Max-Redline, their prices are really good, but their quality doesn't look that good to me on the web, except for one piece, their turbo manifold for the 1.6L. It actually looks like a nice stainless steel with proper welds. Also seems like it would give a great angle for the snail to sit. Lemme know what you think

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Re: Anyone heard of Max-Redline before?

Postby Miataman28 » Wed May 29, 2013 1:56 pm

Its the same manifold you can get from godspeed or megan racing..... ok quality but probably wont stand up to real high temps....... i actually have that manifold on my drift car....... its not too bad but i will say it took some effort to fit it properly (studs for ex mani did not line up very well).
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Re: Anyone heard of Max-Redline before?

Postby THEE_DW » Sat Jun 01, 2013 9:04 am

Miataman28 wrote:Its the same manifold you can get from godspeed or megan racing..... ok quality but probably wont stand up to real high temps....... i actually have that manifold on my drift car....... its not too bad but i will say it took some effort to fit it properly (studs for ex mani did not line up very well).


Yeah I plan to run about albs or so. I've read their turbo kits in general were pretty hard to fit, and that they're not as "bolt on" like they advertise. Probably gunna stick to bell engineering for safety.
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Re: Anyone heard of Max-Redline before?

Postby Twibs415 » Mon Jun 03, 2013 8:07 pm

^i vote FM... its a better sorted kit with less home depot parts
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Re: Anyone heard of Max-Redline before?

Postby Paradox » Thu Jun 06, 2013 5:57 pm

along with the fact that FM will respond if you try to contact them.

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