Thread: Time Attack BRZ
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Old 01-03-2021, 11:50 AM   #154
subydude
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I tend to stitch the piece in alternating sections. Basically divide the piece into quarters and weld each one alternating with the one furthest away to keep the heat in the part even.

The other trick is having the part bolted to something or mated to another surface so it can't warp while welding. This is key for exhaust welding as the flanges are the first to warp.
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