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velocity stacks made with 3D-printer

Hi Folks,

just wondering if anybody made already stacks by using a 3D-printer?
Shouldn't be a big deal.
There are plastic materials which are resistant to gasoline.

Any thoughts?
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Guy out of the Netherlands makes them out of Delrin.

https://www.rc51forums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=37753

The OEM and HRC velocity stacks are also plastic. The only metal ones i know of are from Moriwaki.

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SPeter member here and on zilla... makes sp1 and 2 V stacks... I own his first sp1 set... great product and I went for thr Ti bolt upgrade to mount them with and a few other nice products he makes.

Moriwaki used to make AL v stacks and Thorsten made some as well.
They are very rare and hard to come by.

Mondial on zilla may be able to supply you as well.

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Thanks for reply.

I know all those sources, but those products were made prior to 3d-printig-abilities.
From my point of view, the 3d-printing could be a new way to produce those parts at a reasable price without cutting margins.

Sadly I have no 3d-model yet, but maybe i will make one.
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