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Classic Mini Tv - Weber Intake Manifold Fabrication Attempt Hey there Classic Mini fan! Thanks for stopping by Classic Mini Tv. Please click on the "Show More" right below for more info... As always, thank you for visiting our channel. With all those other great YouTube videos out there, it makes us appreciate your visit here even more! Thanks! For those of you who are new here to Tv Mat Kilat, we would be thrilled if you would consider giving our video a Thumbs Up and Subscribing toTv Mat Kilat. We would really love to have your support. Ok. For our 4th episode of Classic Mini Tv, MiniWorks takes us to visit fabricator Robert Exhaust in Segambut to order a budget custom stainless steel Weber intake manifold for the weber 40/45 DCOE. It's very hard and it also costs a lot to obtain a high quality cast aluminium intake manifold to attach a Weber side draft here in Malaysia and so Sam tries to get Robert to make a cheaper one! The link you see above will take you to the article as it appears in our website. We hope you'll take a visit there and use the comments section under the article to leave us your comments or questions. Thanks again for watching!