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We are about to order a header from Midwest Super cub…. Unless you guys have a better idea…. They mainly make parts for cub cadet but the engine stuff will all work on our tractors. We have a Kohler CH20 that we are building. I was wonder if anyone has a measurement from the exhaust flange to the outside of the hood. I’m looking for a clearance measurement so the paint doesn’t get burn and the exhaust doesn’t run on the hood.


Any pictures or measurement will be appreciated!!

Thanks in advance for the help! 
 

 

(sorry had to edit! I noticed tons of typo’s because I posted from my phone! Lol)

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Posted from my phone with fat fingers!
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Pullstart

Are they proclaiming a power gain using their stuff?  If not, I’ve built plenty of GT exhaust with old truck headers.  They are 1-1/2” or 1-5/8” typically and have all kinds of fun random radius bends to choose from.

 

 

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Pullstart

Some more examples…

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ri702bill
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Great repurpose on the old exhaust parts. The last picture says it all  - twin open stacks, two thumbs up, eye protection & a big grin. Good thing it was not a Yt video... might disturb the Video Po-Po....!!

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Pullstart
6 minutes ago, ri702bill said:

Good thing it was not a Yt video... might disturb the Video Po-Po....!!


It was…. But I’ve taken it down.  :sad-bored:

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TonyToro
On 7/29/2022 at 10:54 AM, Pullstart said:

Some more examples…

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This is so awesome!! Quality time that just can’t be replaced and she is learning so much!

 

I really love the thoughts in repurposeing things! I just bought a trailer and it needed inner fenders really bad. I just replaced my washing machine and had the vision of cutting inner fenders out of it. A few minutes with a tape measure and cut off wheel and I had inner fenders. I think they are thinker gage then the originals.

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TonyToro
On 7/29/2022 at 10:51 AM, Pullstart said:

Are they proclaiming a power gain using their stuff?  If not, I’ve built plenty of GT exhaust with old truck headers.  They are 1-1/2” or 1-5/8” typically and have all kinds of fun random radius bends to choose from.

 

 

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They have a few different diameter pipes for engines with more horse power. They also say tunable. No claims of horsepower gains I guess because of so many options in performance parts but I would think they could always go off of gains on a stock engine?

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TonyToro
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This is the pipe most guys run and add sections to it when they are on the dyno.

 

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Pullstart

Honestly that doesn’t look that hard to build if you have a welder and a hammer..

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TonyToro
3 hours ago, Pullstart said:

Honestly that doesn’t look that hard to build if you have a welder and a hammer..

I agree , it doesn’t look all that difficult to make. I would think a tig weld would be best. I have a Lincoln mig welder and I’m pretty decent at sticking metal together. The thing I’d be concerned about is getting everything matted up so there isn’t any restrictions on the inside. 
In this sport every small detail in horsepower gain is important. 

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sjoemie himself

Here I would like to quote the great T. Fixes All "it's not the space shuttle, it's a lawn mower" :hide:

 

If you have a MIG welder and you're pretty decent at sticking metal together you'll be fine using it instead of TIG. If you set up your machine just right you'll get good penetration without creating stalagtites on the inside.

If you start at the engine and work your way out to the header and place langer pipes OVER the smaller previous one, looking from the header 'out' so to speak, you will have no restrictions or bottlenecks. 

 

Greetings from the Netherlands, Mark 

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Bill633
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Kohler Command CH740/CH25 w/ MWSC 1-1/8" Header and Joes' Racing Products 10" muffler w/ 2" adapter. Picture taken prior to Jet-Hot ceramic coating the header and muffler adapter.

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TonyToro
8 hours ago, sjoemie himself said:

Here I would like to quote the great T. Fixes All "it's not the space shuttle, it's a lawn mower" :hide:

 

If you have a MIG welder and you're pretty decent at sticking metal together you'll be fine using it instead of TIG. If you set up your machine just right you'll get good penetration without creating stalagtites on the inside.

If you start at the engine and work your way out to the header and place langer pipes OVER the smaller previous one, looking from the header 'out' so to speak, you will have no restrictions or bottlenecks. 

 

Greetings from the Netherlands, Mark 

Taryl is the BEST!! My son got me into watching him.

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TonyToro
4 hours ago, Bill633 said:

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Kohler Command CH740/CH25 w/ MWSC 1-1/8" Header and Joes' Racing Products 10" muffler w/ 2" adapter. Picture taken prior to Jet-Hot ceramic coating the header and muffler adapter.

Very nice!!

That’s the one we are looking at. Did you order right off the shelf or have them custom make it?

 

we usually wrap our exhaust but I was thinking the same as you’ve done with the ceramic powder coating.

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Bill633
4 hours ago, TonyToro said:

Did you order right off the shelf or have them custom make it?

The 1-1/8" exhaust header is Midwest Super Cub P/N 51440. They also have a 1-1/4" header, P/N 51444. The racing muffler is Joe's P/N 22801. Make sure you are sitting down when you get the quote from Jet-Hot.

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1 hour ago, Bill633 said:

The 1-1/8" exhaust header is Midwest Super Cub P/N 51440. They also have a 1-1/4" header, P/N 51444. The racing muffler is Joe's P/N 22801. Make sure you are sitting down when you get the quote from Jet-Hot.

When I came home from work my son was waiting ready to buy all the items in his MWSC shopping cart. 
We ended up ordering the 1 1/8” exhaust and a few hundred dollars of other “necessary” parts. 😂👍

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TonyToro
1 hour ago, Bill633 said:

The 1-1/8" exhaust header is Midwest Super Cub P/N 51440. They also have a 1-1/4" header, P/N 51444. The racing muffler is Joe's P/N 22801. Make sure you are sitting down when you get the quote from Jet-Hot.

Katie just sent me a quote! 👍
 

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