FP1 Flow Performance DIY Flow Bench

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FP1 Flow Performance DIY Flow Bench

Post by Noob » Wed Jan 26, 2011 8:50 pm

I've got a FP1 Flow Bench Kit. The 2.0 model I think.

http://www.flowperformance.com/system.html
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It works great but I last used it 4 months ago. It sits in my garage shiney and newlike. They go for $997 new. You'd be hard pressed to tell this one isn't new. $600 Comes with all software, charts and excel spreadsheets I have. Really makes headflowing easy and quick instead of the painfull process it is. Requires a 5hp shop vac minimum to run. Sometimes people will put two in chain depending on how big the port is. I never had to but I was also flowing small 4 cylinder heads. The diesel tractor guys have a whole series of pitot tubes for these benches for velocity measurements. I can take Visa/MC through the shop but if I do that and your instate I've got to charge you sales tax. Will box and ship to anywhere in the US for $20. I've got various pieces of lexan for different "bores" and for visualizing things. I'll throw it all in there.
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Re: FP1 Flow Performance DIY Flow Bench

Post by toolmakeron » Wed Feb 09, 2011 2:00 am

Please send me as much detail & pics of your parts. I'm a serious buyer, not trying to waste your time. I just got a homemade flowbench that uses a 671 blower for air supply, now looking for easier way to flow test. I saw some of these parts on the Flow Perf website & got interested.What about velocity probes, any go with the setup also? Thanks Ron Derry (403) 277 0505 Please send pics to rdtoolmaker@gmail.com I don't get on here often. IF you call, please call after 10 a.m. Pacific time( I work late hours)
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Re: FP1 Flow Performance DIY Flow Bench

Post by Noob » Sat Feb 12, 2011 8:42 pm

Sorry guys sold. Forgot it was on here.

Thanks for the interest.
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