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    Sorry, this post was supposed to be under the Composites Exhaust cannisters thread.

    You can try building your muffler with Carbon braid and epoxy. Carbon braid is essentially a sleeve of carbon fiber similar to the braided stainless steel lines made by Aeroquip you see on racecars and airplanes, very cool stuff to make cylinders and round tubes out of composite. Like I said in the earlier post, I dont think it will be very long lived, but you can give it a try.

    Contact A&P braiders at:

    http://www.braidway.com/Product%20Pa...ducts.htmaided

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    Composite Related

    No worries, its composite related and it will stay as is


    BV
    If it ain t leaking oil, then somethings wrong,,, USMC 82-03, RETIRED!


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