6.2L LS Equal Length Headers with NASCAR Tri Y Collectors! Equal vs Unequal (Science of Sound Pt2)
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In the last video we sound tested the Morgan-McClure x pipe boom tube exhaust with the regular speed engineering LS swap headers on the car and it did not sound right. I theorized the massively unequal length headers were the culprit for the less than desirable raspy sound. I have spent the last month or so of my free time custom fabricating equal length headers by cutting up the old ones! The spread from longest to shortest primary is less than 1.5" across all 8 cylinders. They feed into used NASCAR tri Y (4-2-1) collectors into the exact same Kodak car x pipe boom tube exhaust from before. Will it change the sound? Lets find out!
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  • Stapleton42

    Did the results surprise you? In the next part of this science experiment we will get the car out on the road and sound test boom tube exits vs standard oval tube exit connected to the same x pipe! More fabrication to be done 💪🏻 Boom tube shirt link Stapletonautoworks.com

    • Nick Kautz
      Nick Kautz

      I'm early in the video but I have a couple things to share: You can get header kits from Summit for $200 SUM-670197 , Within an inch matters for sound , not so much for power , so it's not worth it for manufacturers who are mainly selling based on performance. The overall length of the header makes a difference in the sound because the reflected pulse from the scavenging gives it a sort of crescendo if timed right, having x-pipe(s) makes a difference , tubing diameter also, and type and location of the exhaust tip(s) as well. You want both of them next to each other for a smoother, higher pitch and having them taper to a larger diameter like a megaphone also does interesting things with the soundwaves.

    • John Snow
      John Snow

      It sounds awesome 😁

    • Rodney

      Trust me I'm crazy you're not even approaching it buddy 🤣

    • Rodney

      LOL just kidding about time you quit running around and hanging out with famous people and got back to work

    • Stephen Brown
      Stephen Brown

      Sounds awesome making or modifying headers is a pain. At least with the tools I have. When I saw the first video of this series I knew that #4 xpipe was the way. I made something kind of similar using 2 180° bends and added the crossover tubes. Had to modify some Ram long tube since no one make them for Dakotas. Hopefully it sounds similar to your set but a little quieter. One last thing you should look up david vizard. He was written tons of books and hotrod articles. He also has a youtube channel There is an article from one of his books on headers and exhaust. It covers primary tube diameter and length. Plus secondary diameter and length. According to David the primary length is not too important. Just try to prevent all exhaust pulses for entering the collector all at one time. According to David the secondary is where all the magic happens. He give charts based on cfm flow of the exhaust port and approximate hp or tq. I can't find the article right now but if I stumble on it again I'll link it.

  • Rhombus Beakmaster
    Rhombus Beakmaster

    Hey Mitchell, a cool trick when it comes to tig welding gloves is to use golf gloves. They're thin and flexible and most of the time you aren't going to be pushing enough current through tig to cause a problem with them.

    • Dan Lyons
      Dan Lyons

      Baseball gloves too. Hell I typically use some mechanics gloves when I'm tack welding with my mig gun.

    • Stapleton42

      Great idea!

  • Jared Richardson
    Jared Richardson

    This has become my favorite car on the channel. I’m such a fan of the classic vehicles. Especially ones where people try to make their cars sound like race cars for the street. Keep it up Stapleton and Logan

    • Jared Richardson
      Jared Richardson

      @Stapleton42 ur welcome 👍

    • Stapleton42

      Thank you so much Jared we appreciate you!

  • Josh Acklin
    Josh Acklin

    I have to say I prefer the sound of the equal length headers, curious to see how the blower is gonna sound under load though 🤔

  • Dave Wright
    Dave Wright

    You're not crazy. You're dedicated. I was that way when I was trying to make a Quick Release for my Steering wheel base. Finally gave up, only because I was tired of it dragging on and I couldnt think straight. You know what else would be cool, retread some racing tires for the street, or not, but those would look awesome on the MC!

    • EJ Grant
      EJ Grant

      Look in the Hoosier tire catalog for some tires that will give you "stick" while staying "DOT Legal".....or Dunlop Vintage Race tires can fill the void....Hate giant azz wheels on Vintage Hot Rods myself.....

  • Josh Kaminer
    Josh Kaminer

    Man well done on the equal length headers. I have owned a few off the shelf "equal length" headers but watching you explain how your thought process went into the final product made perfect sense to me. The sound difference to the casual person probably was nothing big but what a huge difference it actually made. The up and down was so crisp and clean now. Can't wait to hear it on the dyno or out on the road under some load. Side bar, how about that power stance at 24:52 haha Keep up the awesome work, excited to see the rest of this series and get even more ideas about building sound profiles for different engine combinations.

    • Stapleton42

      Thank you Josh!

  • Mart

    7:05 - yep i'm still following and having same thoughts, main idea is to pair cylinders that are as far apart as possible in the firing order. Gases going past the "emptiest" tube will scavenge a vacuum in it, helping exhaust to have better flow

  • jeremiah johnson
    jeremiah johnson

    The sound you are going for is one I fell in love with when I was 4 working with my dad on my uncles race cars. I will use these videos for reference on what to do and I showed my dad and he wants to change his GTO exhaust because of this video. Thank you for the info and All the fun I had watching you guys.

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks man!!

  • The Bloozer
    The Bloozer

    Wow, I gotta say, that made a way bigger difference than I would have guessed, I'll definitely have to look into equal lenghts for my upcoming projects

  • David Archibald
    David Archibald

    Mitchell, you’re a mad scientist when it comes to header comparisons. I want to ride in the Monte with the windows down at 7000 rpm’s.

  • Cory Klabunde
    Cory Klabunde

    You’re not crazy at all. Hat is off to your dedication and determination. Keep kickin butt man!

  • TheArtoftheFlip

    I’d love to see you make a custom 8 into 1 header. Such a unique sound they make, almost Indy like.

    • TrashBandit 24
      TrashBandit 24

      Not really possible on a feint engine car like this, realistically. This is as close as he's going to get. Maybe crossover headers but he would have to do lots of cutting on the body

  • Dennis Lamers
    Dennis Lamers

    I was a pipefitter so I've had to make things fit. Usually the pipe size was bigger. If you think all this was worth it than it was. You learned so much. The welding looked good. I would like to see you "walk the cup". Can I suggest using a drill to sharpen the tungsten. Also sharpen both ends so you can flip it over if you don't booger it up too bad. Good job man.

  • Story Racing 387
    Story Racing 387

    You can nerd out on just about any aspect of a car. You're not crazy, you want something the way you want it. The fact you're sharing it with the rest of us that care, speaks to the fact you want to share knowledge.

  • the other Brent
    the other Brent

    It sounds great but it didn't sound bad to start with. I'm waiting to hear it on the road. That's where it matters. Excited to find out what Logan's new/old car is.

  • Gary Passmore
    Gary Passmore

    Keep them Monte Carlo videos coming! Can't wait to see more on the progress. Keep doing what you're doing, awesome content 👏

  • ldftrdnk

    Sound nerd here….awesome to know someone else was fascinated by the sound that 4 car made back in the day. Trying to duplicate it & having the opportunity to talk to McClure’s folks is flipping amazing. Solid work man, hope the hard work pays off, sounds like you’re in the ballpark.

  • Christopher Johnson
    Christopher Johnson

    Yo dude you're not going crazy I'm still watching and it sounds soo smooth decelerating it's amazing! can't wait to get to see a road trip out of that bad girl! Go to the racetrack!

  • C. John Weir
    C. John Weir

    I can definitely hear the difference between the old headers and the new headers. You did an amazing job and I know it took you some time to do this and I bless you for doing this and I love this video. I love that you showed every little bit of it too all the way to the welding what you need to do to get it welded adding length getting it all to the way it needed to go. Now boogity boogity boogity, Let's go racing.

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks man!!

  • Andrew Lang
    Andrew Lang

    The equal length sounds much cleaner. Without that rasp of the unequal length, it’s just a cleaner sound to it. Love it, can’t wait to hear it on the road under load

    • TrashBandit 24
      TrashBandit 24

      @Stapleton42 definitely get a lightweight flywheel as well to make it sound even more like nascar

    • Stapleton42

      I totally agree!

  • Team Brahma
    Team Brahma

    The equal length headers were definitely worth it even though it took time and effort. Sounds so badass.

  • james McDonald
    james McDonald

    Great content interesting to see if its affected the power characteristics.

  • rick cooper
    rick cooper

    She's sounding good. Can't wait till you let us know how much difference it makes on the road in the torque and power department. Keep it up guys!

  • J.T. Cooper
    J.T. Cooper

    Equal length headers with triple-y's are always the way to go. IMO. The search for perfection is always relentless.

  • Matthew Serrao
    Matthew Serrao

    Dude! A fun, albeit difficult but awesome sounding build: equal length, 8-1 rotary firing headers. Michael Cox has a set on his bronco (Before the drift lords & jetboats), but the equal length tubes firing 1-8 into one clockwise sounds amazing!

  • Charlie Rubendall
    Charlie Rubendall

    I think the sound once it is on the road is going to be drastically different. It will have that old school sound, with a bit of difference.

  • Glen Edwards
    Glen Edwards

    Great attention to the quality of the headers you made and I’d bet it makes a big difference in the feel of performance even if it’s not much I bet you’ll feel it.

  • crazyjr

    Just a heads up if you didn't know, a stock LS exhause port configuration matches almost exactly a ford. Heard of many prople cutting off the flange on ford headers to put an LS into mustangs, If all nascar type headers are pretty much the same as far as shape and would fit your car, then maybe find a ford Nascar type from the 90's nascar cars and adapt as needed

  • Ross Roedel
    Ross Roedel

    Been looking forward to this one for awhile. Thank you for putting in the max effort to keep the lengths as equal as possible. As I fellow sound nerd, I'm hooked, and I'm looking forward to the comparison on the road/under load

    • Stapleton42

      Glad you enjoyed it man!

  • Scott Mulrooney
    Scott Mulrooney

    Quite a different sound! Love the = length headers, fantastic job! Looking forward to hearing dyno pulls and street runs.

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks man!!

  • Joshua Paulsen
    Joshua Paulsen

    Another awesome video. Mitchell, and Logan...you guys are the best and I can't wait for the future vids. Always look forward to you guys and the happiness you bring to all of us. Really does makes some/most of our days.

  • obby jep
    obby jep

    Nice job! They both sound awesome I appreciate how much work goes into building these. I think the equal length headers sound really nice

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks man!!

  • Hammerbeach

    I wonder how my ISF would sound with this setup. Obviously not the same with a smaller V8 (5.0L) dohc and completely different firing order but it would at least come to life. Its stock and you would never know its running when it idles 😢

  • Shaun Latter
    Shaun Latter

    Love the welding power stance. N them new headers sound so much better. Great work 🤙

  • Mark Miller
    Mark Miller

    Very cool! Sounds like a great project, and you will get these headers to work well. Appreciate the video content immensely, and am there with you virtually, only wish I could help with my 45+ years of mechanical experience! Thank you & Logan for your continued efforts with your videos!😎👍🌵🌴

    • Stapleton42

      Thank you Mark!!

  • Jymi Newtron
    Jymi Newtron

    Im glad to see someone who is obsessed with the perfect sound like I am, everyone says just put a regular system on it but I like unique sounds and exhaust runs.

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks man!

  • Lucas Blanchard
    Lucas Blanchard

    Dang that sounds awesome, love this car build! Great content as always, much love from Texas!

  • Harley Ryder
    Harley Ryder

    Great job on your part building those headers Mitchell. Back in the day my "go to" equal length headers were Mickey Thompson Super Scavenger Headers. They had exact equal length primaries that went into a square tube collector then terminated into a flange. Those were the best sounding and broad power producing headers and if you had a set you were the king of sound on the street even with mufflers. The large square collector produced a sound all in itself, nothing else compared. If/when you do look them up, I will have for sure dated myself, yes I'm an old school street racer and had no regrets then or now. I wish I could find a set or two of those headers for my next project. After watching you put all that effort into building yours, maybe I'll make a set of the Super Scavengers for my latest build🤔💡 Keep on with the good work and content.

    • Stapleton42

      That’s interesting I will look them up!

  • bcg462

    You've done it again I've never really thought about how the mechanic's of the tubes work I just know what sound good I haven't built my own headers before ( I just got into welding ) so I've always just bought my headers now I want to make some THANKS FOR INSPIRING ME.

    • Stapleton42

      Heck yeah man!!

  • Brian Kirk
    Brian Kirk

    Much better sound with equal length headers, absolutely love the Monte Carlo, u guys are amazing, can't wait for the next video

  • Jim Haines
    Jim Haines

    I applaud you sir as you took the time to fabricate the headers to perfection

  • timothy bragg
    timothy bragg

    The hard work and dedication has paid off. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Equal length sounds better for sure.

  • send it c20
    send it c20

    This is some amazing work I honestly thought the original swap headers sounded great but you proved me wrong awesome work now I know what I’m gonna do 97 z28

  • Declan

    found this series via the boom tube explanation video, thoroughly enjoyed the following videos. Learned lots, and your attention to detail and dedication is contagious. I want to work on my car now. subbed and looking forward to the next one

    • Stapleton42

      Heck yeah man thats what we like to hear! Build something awesome!

  • MrRay55

    The new pipes come very close to giving it the same sound as a carbureted motor. A swift cut right at the off throttle. Great work Mitchell.

    • Stapleton42

      Great point!

  • dakota fickling
    dakota fickling

    You should crossover pipes into opposite collectors to get the 180 degree effect with the same headers

  • Mike Diakoulas
    Mike Diakoulas

    Awesome project!! I always thought when measuring pipe, you have to measure the centerline though. The outside of the bend will make it seem like the pipe is longer than it actually is.

    • Stapleton42

      The MMM fab guy told me he measured the outside so thats how I did it.

  • Brett Mason
    Brett Mason

    Your channel has quickly become one of my favorites. Would love to see BendPak provide you with a two post asymmetrical lift!

    • Stapleton42

      That would be cool! We need another one bad

  • Michael Patrick
    Michael Patrick

    You can really here that responsiveness of the equal length headers how there just flowing much better vs the old headers sound all backed up like i240 in rush hour traffic

    • Stapleton42

      Solid observation lol

  • Joe Cameron
    Joe Cameron

    You're not crazy. Have all the other experimental pieces ready when you go to the dyno. It would be interesting to see where peak hp occurs. Nascar land can be quite addicting they squeezed every last bit outta everything LOL

  • Eric Schumacher
    Eric Schumacher

    Awesome!!! As a fellow sound-nerd I got a few suggestions that may be helpful in your journey to emulate NASCAR sound... 1.) The primary vs. tertiary length of 4-2-1 headers has a lot to do with the engines cam events; VERY generally speaking you could manipulate the sound a bit by changing the length of ONLY the 2-1 portion of the collector, and based on my experience you may get more of the sound you want if you were to SHORTEN the 2-1 portion of the collector by a few inches IMOP. 2.) The 5" primary length difference "acceptability" you mentioned on cup-car headers was done intentionally by SOME teams to attenuate pulse arrival times to the collector, and to compliment the differences in intake runner lengths of a traditional single plane carbureted intake manifold; per the SBC firing order cylinders 4, 6 & 7 was be a bit longer, 2, 3, & 5 was be a bit shorter compared to the "nominal / ideal" length of # 1 & 8 primaries....this could be partially "simulated" cheaply is with a temperature difference of each primary due to the speed of sound by fully wrapping 2, 3, & 5, then only partly wrapping cylinders 1 & 8, and NOT wrapping 4, 6, & 7 at all with heat wrap.....this theoretically should smooth the sound if applied to the CORRECT cylinder #'s on your LS, using the SBC firing order (the idea was it increased time between pulses of 90-degree separated cylinders / shortened time between pulses of 270-degree separated cylinders, within each bank individually, making it more like a 180-degree header). 3.) The choke diameter of the final merge of the 2-1 collector is based on a bunch of factors, but its purpose is mainly to act as 1-way check valve to limit reversion; given your LS has different exhaust pulse velocity / volume & temperature compared to a cup-car engine, that COULD be partly responsible for the reversion burbles "aka-down-tone" difference. A product designed to combat reversion is (AR-chambers), and they're added to the end of the collector like an extension.....Schoenfeld, Hendren Racing, DynaTech, & ProFabrication all market them as "anti reversion mufflers"......Given it would be an experiment / may not result in the sound change you're looking for, I'd pick Schoenfeld purely from a cost perspective, if you decide to give it a go. Keep up the good work 👍 I'm excited to see the upcoming videos on this project!!!

    • Eric Schumacher
      Eric Schumacher

      @Stapleton42 There's a lot involved in the primary vs. tertiary lengths / ratio's......I don't claim to be an expert though I've studied on this topic a fair bit, but I don't think I could articulate it clearly without it being really long.....i can say; if you look at 4-2-1 header designs "over-time" the trend has been primary lengths getting longer and secondary lengths getting shorter as engine technology has progressed.....the primary progression of the last 30-years or so has been in cylinder heads, and these airflow improvements have lead to cam events (in general) being more radical and with less duration than in the past.....with less duration, there is (in general) less overlap and LCA's have trended wider, therefore the cylinder to cylinder interference & scavenging window in crank degrees has changed quite a bit as well........there's a fair amount of info on Speed-Talk in post by "Exhausted" (Calvin Elston) if your interested in the theory as to why.......My theory is the Super-Speedway-Cup-Engines probably have very nonconventional valve events / camshaft compared to there non-restricted short track engines to combat the effects of the restrictor plate, and this is likely part of the reasoning for the specific lengths / ratios picked.........The ONE thing I can accurately confirm though, is the total length of a 4-2-1 header should be similar to a 4-1 header if you intend it to be tuned to the same RPM operating range, so the final length with the 2-1 collectors on should be measured on your setup (IMOP anything from 28" to 38" should work fine but, will "tune-in" from 4500-rpm to 7500-rpm on depending on the length vs. cam events)......final note on the ratio's, take the measurements from the 4-2-1 Yates-ARCA & Dodge-Cup headers you have, the length of the primary's is likely 2X-to-4X the secondary's length, possibly due to the reasons I mentioned above.

    • Stapleton42

      That’s very interesting! I was told in a perfect scenario the secondary 2-1 pipes should be the same length as the primaries but that is something we are going to experiment with for sure. Superspeedway cars had long ones. It seemed to be longer than other configurations. The ones on this car were labeled superspeedway with a piece of tape when I got them. Whatever that’s worth 😂

  • gweedo 357
    gweedo 357

    That car sounds amazing! I had to crank my surround sound for the best possible experience my neighbors are probably pissed but it was worth it 😂

    • Stapleton42

      😂 heck yeah

  • Chappy H
    Chappy H

    That's dedication man. Your attention to detail and determination to "get it right" is what makes it all pay off. Keep up the great work. This is very interesting to follow. Equal length is definitely my favorite.

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks man we appreciate you!!

  • Collin Smith
    Collin Smith

    Dang that sounds good 🔥 can't wait to hear this thing ripping on the street!

  • XOZ Industries
    XOZ Industries

    Aside from that insane white trans an with the 8-1 180 degree headers that’s now the best sounding LS I have heard on video. Good job man

  • gac914

    Sounds much better with the equal-length setup. I think it was worth the effort. Did I hear you right that you're NOT going to flow those into the boom-tubes? Those tubes look pretty damn cool under that Monte! Also, how many guys can say they tigged their own headers together sitting at the bench next to their Rolls Royce??? 🤣🤣👍👍

    • Stapleton42

      No boom tubes at first. So we can sound test with standard oval pipe like an iroc car then put boom tubes on and compare!

  • Wooley689

    I'm really enjoying these videos, fun to learn from you by your doing. I'm wondering if different cylinders make different pulses, therefore you want to mate two that have different pulses to scavenge better. Just thinking to myself. Does that make any sense?

    • Stapleton42

      Yes it does! Thats exactly what I did with these collectors and the orientation of which tube goes where into the collectors. The order was not random!

  • Darren O'Brien
    Darren O'Brien

    I'm watching your welding sequence and seeing you clean/sharpen the tungsten every time you dipped it made me want to share something I do to prevent that. I tend to break my tungstens into 3 or 4 pieces when I pull them out of the package and then keep a half dozen of them sharpened up. That way I don't have to get up when I dip. I can just swap tungsten and keep on rocking. Saves having to reposition yourself and get comfortable again. I find it is not just a time saver but also saves a lot of frustration getting set back up after sharpening.

    • Stapleton42

      Thats a good idea

  • C. John Weir
    C. John Weir

    God this is so amazing... I love every minute of this...

  • M. Jones
    M. Jones

    Sounds great, should definitely put a proper x pipe and boom on there and drive over to the Morgan McClure guys

  • Cliffton Arnold
    Cliffton Arnold

    What ever it takes to make it sound right, is worth it.👍

  • John Morgan
    John Morgan

    Lots of work for sure, totally worth it!!! Sounds great! Cheers!!

  • Matthew Oden
    Matthew Oden

    man that's a ton of work in them headers they sound a lot better in my opinion though it has a much cleaner sound excited to see what the car sounds like on the road

  • Dae Smith
    Dae Smith

    Bold, brave way to attack the project! Much respect man!

  • StratoLesTele

    I've said on at least one of your other videos that I'd love to do, that I've always wanted to do a trans-am or stock car style build. The one thing I really wish? That Goodyear would do street legal race tires with "GOODYEAR EAGLE" white letters to really complete the look.

    • Stapleton42

      Same man

  • Beer Money
    Beer Money

    Your OCD was very strong on this episode. I think your newest header homologation sounds great on passenger side. I look forward to hearing it accelerating. Sincerely hope this works.

  • Danny Hoadley
    Danny Hoadley

    I once added a loop downstream of the passenger side headers on a GMT800 to try to equal out the length of the pipes prior to coming together with an X-pipe. Back in 2005 it was the best sounding GMT800 out there. I love videos like this because most people don't understand it until they see it. In my case, people thought I was nuts that I even had the idea until they heard the truck.

    • Stapleton42

      That’s so true man. Those things always sound raspy from the unequal exhaust driver side crossover… I want to redo the Escalade to get its setup more equal than it already is 😂

  • 03rioboy

    Crazy I don't think so. Determined, yes. I love following these videos cause you show if you push you can make stuff happen.

  • rydplrs

    It sounds much better. I had a few friends build Monte Carlo’s of that generation. They were all unbuilt by trees or telephone poles. Hopefully your luck is better.

  • Terry Vuylsteke
    Terry Vuylsteke

    Mitchel, first off, you're not crazy, 2nd, awesome video as always, and 3rd the equal length headers add a crisp tight sound... perfect brother!!! As always, cheers from Canada.

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks Terry!

  • Tall and Black Tuning Brand
    Tall and Black Tuning Brand

    Keep up the good work, man! We're rooting for SAW over here!🤙🏁

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks man!

  • Crispy 1
    Crispy 1

    As much as I love the NASCAR history it is nice to see you back in the shop working on your stuff. I know what the supply chain is being all messed up it takes forever to get parts in now.

    • Stapleton42

      You and me both!

  • Peter Przybyla
    Peter Przybyla

    The phone audio definitely sounded different, I like the equal length sound much better. I don't like a raspy sounding v8. Too many mustangs out on the road sound very raspy and not throaty enough.

  • RebelRacer99

    that sounds wicked, I wish my Durango sounded like that!

  • 4113N 5
    4113N 5

    It damn sure did change the sound, pretty much so to my ears at least. I’d friggin’ love to hear a car running down the interstate with a NASCAR setup! “ Honey, it’s 120 degrees outside. What are you doing? “ “ I’m rolling the windows down to listen, SHUSH! “

    • Stapleton42

      😂 thanks man. You’ll hear it soon

  • Brent Ackley
    Brent Ackley

    Love it and great work on the primaries. I got one of our customers hooked on your videos and convinced him to do tri Ys, X pipe and boom tubes on the 68 Mustang were building for him

    • Brent Ackley
      Brent Ackley

      @Stapleton42 I'll be sure to post it. I tagged you in a post on Instagram of an exhaust I was working on for an MGB that one is done and sounds pretty sweet.

    • Stapleton42

      Heck yeah I wanna hear the when its done!

  • Donald Halls
    Donald Halls

    Honestly I recon your right the first pipe has a tiny sound, second dosent, great job, I have heard that to tune the pipes they put the bends on then straight down, run it until the pipes change colour and there would be like a black/blue mark around the pipes that's for drag racing so I've been told, thanks for the video, all the best to yous and your loved ones

    • Stapleton42

      Thanks Donald we appreciate you!

  • Tim H
    Tim H

    Good job mate!! I admire your dedication and Awesome attitude to do things properly! One trick that works for me regarding eating and hydration when I am committed in the shed is to ask my cheese and kisses to bring me a toastie and a cold drink, she will stand there while I eat it to make sure it doesn't go cold too! Keep up the great work. Nice welding!! Tim Australia.

    • Stapleton42

      You got a good partner then 💪🏻 Logan makes sure I eat too…unless she’s buried in work and we both forget 😂 but that’s okay because we usually get a lot done if we are both that focused lol

  • Jason Hovey
    Jason Hovey

    Definitely hear a difference and the long tube sound awesome

  • Ray Blaszczak
    Ray Blaszczak

    Thanks for that video, I learned a bunch and it sounds awesome ! Great job 👍