Formula Supra Header Design, Sway Bar, Steering Arms.

21 feb 2021
136 677 visningar

Welcome back to Supra Sunday. This episode @Dominant Engineering designs our V10 header using the icengineworks™ blocks which was a massive help for us. We get the steering arms finished up and Dom makes the rear sway bar a piece of DomSpec art. Thanks for watching and supporting guys. We are starting to get decently close. Light at the end of the tunnel.

We Used the icengineworks™ 1875EHSERIES and 2000EHSERIES Design and Modeling Blocks which you can check out below.

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Ryan Tuerck is a professional driver competing in Formula D. He is a motorsport enthusiast, including motorcross, supercross; who is more of a mechanic than a driver. Tuerck'ing cars is serious business!

  • Dom's all round skill is very good. BUT if he doesn't start wearing some sort of eye protection while he is machining or cutting he will lose an eye. Then his skill means nothing.

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  • bc coilovers on a build of this caliber? but why?

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  • and then?

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  • Hold on! So is this gonna be a drift or a track/time attack car afterall?

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  • Was that a whole foods lunch on Dom's desk, great work as always, it'll be interesting to see how this sounds compared to Driftworks 10 into 1 S85 build E46.

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  • This whole cars gonna be called Dom Spec

    Mariano ReeMariano Ree5 dagar sedan
  • Dom probably has to make 10 of everything because you know ryan be tuercking out !!

    Kevin CabreraKevin Cabrera5 dagar sedan
  • Dude I think this may be the nicest most savage and incredibly well thought out purpose built car ever created!! Every part is the nicest part you can get and all the metals are the lightest,strongest, best heat absorbing metals

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  • How is dom not building imsa or f1 cars?

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  • Whatever you're paying Dom, it's not enough.

    Brian LoveBrian Love6 dagar sedan
  • Videos are not better with loud goofy intro music, relax editors.

    Marcus OrilliusMarcus Orillius6 dagar sedan
  • I would love to have the responsibility of designing headers for low clearance applications all while being paid for it! Fuck dude.

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  • Man I gotta get these runner design things😍

    Kenneth PorstKenneth Porst6 dagar sedan
  • loots of impressive custom work being done to this car for shure!

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  • Insane man car looking good 👍👍👍

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  • It needs sidepipes with those exhausts

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  • This Domonic guy is a wizard.

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  • The host of this show needs a haircut.

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  • Fricking Dom out here just ended people careers in F1 scene

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    • What do you mean?

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  • Your machinist should wear safty glasses. Can't use a magnet to get pieces out of eye. Have pick it out. Trust me, I know. Wear them glasses. You need your eyes to do the job you love.

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  • People on youtube missing out on this dope build ..!

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  • watching poeple who know to handle their stuff, extremely satisfying and addicitve

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  • Where did you source the titanium bolts??

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    • @RyanTuerck appreciate it . Love your channel so far. The quality of the the fab reeled me in ,can’t wait for the follow ups.

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  • Would love to know the build costs for this.. Holy moly

    Will SanctuaryWill Sanctuary8 dagar sedan
  • Imagine Dom wirh brand new digital cnc 5 axis machine. He could make an angel with the wings. He's just a master fabricator.

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  • Thank you to letting us to witness birth of a beast. I can imagine what sound will this baby have. To see her sideways behind a streak of a long smoke, uuuuuhhh. Can't wait

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  • So I heard you mention that this car would be doing more track than drift.... not sure what that means, I thought this was your drift car.... anyhow don't teams usually have a couple spare engines?.... thats a bit expensive isn't it? Especially with The Judd...or is that maybe the point of the build... using such an amazing engine will help with possibly not needing spare engines? Or I'm a

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  • you are so lucky to have dom. his shit is amazing

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  • Buy your boy some safety glasses! Damn!

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  • 19 unskipable ads during this video... Thanks SEworld...

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  • Why does it have to be 26 inches ??

    Anish SundararamanAnish Sundararaman8 dagar sedan
  • So Rad!

    Chris Rigoni TattooerChris Rigoni Tattooer8 dagar sedan
  • The manual machining is top notch. Keep up the good work guys!

    John HutchisonJohn Hutchison8 dagar sedan
  • Dom is the 🐐

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  • Dom is a Bridgeport Magician!

    Alex ManningAlex Manning8 dagar sedan
  • Im a day late..i promise it wont happen again 😩😫😩

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  • We made a formula supra that only supra part in it are the inner tie rods

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  • I NEEED to see this car in person. This is art

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  • Yall always leave me wanting more I wish I could be there and watch you build this so awesome

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  • This cars gonna be brutal! Can’t wait to it finished, but I’m also enjoying the build journey 👌🏼

    SpencerSpencer8 dagar sedan
  • That is really tight space for the headers, but great design 👌 and with those blocks to build the header is perfect to make it perfect 😎

    JDaniel VzlaJDaniel Vzla8 dagar sedan
  • Where did you get the collector from looks mint

    Frank LancasterFrank Lancaster8 dagar sedan
  • I could watch Dom work all day. The attention to detail is awesome.

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  • Coloca legenda em português nessa porra aí caralho!!! Kkkk

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  • I love these videos - it’s a constant laugh when I hear “Alright, we got a lot going on today. - Dom just finished this piece. - Dom is knocking out this. - Dom just has to finish doing these.” This guy is a one man army! #Domspec

    Darian BreedenDarian Breeden8 dagar sedan
  • How does Dom make those parts with just a lathe and a bridgeport?!? He is the CNC machine..... WOW

    Anthony ChungAnthony Chung8 dagar sedan
  • Papadakis just laser scans the engine bay, CAD designs one, and 3D prints it. Old school vs new school.

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  • Outstanding Dom ,you have a hell of a good guy on your side mr twerk where did you learn your trade or are you self taught cheers guys great channel.

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  • Dom has mad skills

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  • Dom > Turbo Yoda. I said what I said

    Brandon HancuffBrandon Hancuff8 dagar sedan
  • best build series in youtube

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  • fairly new to the channel, usually most of the machining on channels like this is quite mediocre, but very impressed with the work here!

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  • Snap On garbage can. It's like a normal garbage can but waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay more.

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  • Nice work brother 👍👍👍

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  • Dom is a magician.

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  • Drinking game; Sip - 'Dom' Half drink - object is declared 'Dom-spec' Whole drink - Ryan explains divorced spring setup

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  • I thought the alternator was on the rear end.

    Kulani SegawaKulani Segawa9 dagar sedan
    • @RyanTuerck thanks for explaining. I missed that in the other video.

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    • The one on the side of the engine is only a 35 amp. So we needed a bigger one which is in the back.

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  • Dominic are the real Picaso

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  • Dominic is the best, I would like to know more about this dude

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  • Spaghettis! :D

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  • Domspec

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  • The best supra build at least on parts and fabrication I love to see Don doing his work easily can make his own supercar with the talent .. Good Work guys

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  • Coming together smoothly

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  • Mad!

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  • Where can i buy one of those Dom's ha ha 😆🤪💯👌🤙

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  • Clearly never heard of an eye protection ...

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  • Please film more process and less of your face.

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  • I don’t know where you found Dom but he is by far one of the best, most detail oriented fabricators I have ever seen! There is no way the man gets paid enough for the level of work he puts out!

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  • 👌

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  • How/where would be a good place to start if I want to get good at machining things like Dom?

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    • apprentice at a machine shop? Or just getting any sort of job at a machine shop where they will be able to teach you.

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  • Of that dude isn’t the best fabricator on the market I don’t know who is, fuck he’s GOLD!!!

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  • Dom's attention to detail is god tier. The man's MANUALLY milling and drilling metal... and has finishes like that of machines. I'm in awe of the talent.

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    • @Dalai's DramaLama Well, as someone who's completely NOT in the know, I'm not gonna know that am I. And with all the videos I've seen of people doing all that shit digitally, I'm also not gonna know that manually drilling and milling is a skill that's taught. So... I'ma just continue to be in awe of the man's skill and leave it that.

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    • Manually milling and drilling and lathe is how the 3.5 years of education in germany start. It's basic stuff...

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  • You talk a lot and little manufacturing, the project is also very good!

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  • So pumped about this build awesome work guys!

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  • doms work blows me away every episode is he human ?

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  • What can’t Dom do??

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  • This build is absolutely sick! Dom's foresight on the parts he is building is incredible! #DOMSPEC

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  • Dom is a heck of a fabricator, can definitely do more with less than a lot of people. Manual machining is slowly becoming a lost art . . . not a ton of people around who are as skilled in welding and machining. My only $0.02 . . . buy a 5c collet hex block and machine hexes in less time than it takes to setup that indexer. The collet block has its flats ground so you just clamp on the collet block or setup the collet block on a 1-2-3 block on the table and then clamp the part (if it's long) and rotate it to the next flat (both the 4130 and 7075 steering parts). Also, make some vise jaws that are 1' wide or whatever and put the 2 bolt holes completely offset to one side. It'll throw the jaw length off the side of the vise which will allow you to hold tall parts halfway up the middle of them. @18:18 would have the jaws holding the part 2-3" above where they were being held in the shot as the bottom of the arm will actually be sitting on the table. Put slight pressure on the part with the vise and then throw a c-clamp around the outside of the jaws where the part is. I'm sure the part turned out fine but you'll have a lot less chatter with the workholding being up closer to the actual cut.

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    • 100% Thanks for the tip man. Makes sense. A lot of the time Dom just figures out how he can do something with what we have on hand. I am never buying enough tools and equipment fast enough for the things that pop up during this build. The Vise jaws is a really good easy idea too. That we can do no problem. Thanks again dude.

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  • I hope you do a cost breakdown at the end. This build is well above $150K in parts and materials let alone the labor involved

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    • I am not even sure anymore. Money has just been flying out of my bank account. Def well above the budget I had for this project.

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  • “Radii”

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  • damn amazing fab work from Dom!

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  • Wait so you only need one of those sway bar blade on one side? That's kinda wild

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  • That sway bar tech is cool! In Australian V8 supercars they can adjust both the front and rear on the fly using levers in the car

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    • Yeah you can do the same with this setup as well but we didn't want to add too much complexity at the moment for driver setup.

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  • This is a totally different level of building a car. Shot out to everyone involved in this build. This one gonna be insane !!

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    • everyone, as in just Dom

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  • As a machinist I’d say this build is very satisfying

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  • dom is the man!!

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  • Best build on YT. Everything is "Sick".

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  • tight budget guys : " imma waiting the available parts" . ryan and dom : "lets made the parts"

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  • Man, Dom keeps showcasing his skills!!!! One of my favourite builds at the moment!!

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  • Your fabricator Dom is a unicorn. Don’t ever let him go. Dude does magic with metal.

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    • All I gotta say is I wanna get into this type of work im sick of manual labor and find this stuff cool using the ol noggin and not just making stuff work but work well

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    • @DuhDuh only 3.5 years of proper education and around 20 years of experience in building conveyor systems, staircases, handrails, balcony extensions, carports, hydraulic log splitters and tar cookers🙂 But i have to say Dom is definitely better at welding than i am. Never had a job the required TIG welding...

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    • @Dalai's DramaLama finally someone with industry experience.

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    • @DuhDuh I don't get it either. That lifting fabricators into the sky bs at youtube is a bad joke. Dom level is just normal over here in germany. I show up at my workplace and there are around 30 "Doms"... -which if you turn it around means that dom is really good. But nonetheless, nothing special.

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    • @Will Sanctuary given the equipment and tools, what he's doing is actually pretty easy. And yes there are lots, Dom is not rare. Think about it, every racing team at least has one, that alone makes Dom not rare. Also the avg salary for a fabricator might as well be minimum wage, because there are so much competition. Not trying to take his skills and knowledge away, just saying there are many. Definitely nowhere near unicorn status.

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  • Why Inconel? Im guessing its because the 3D printed header parts are Inconel, but i don't know anything about it. Can it not weld to other metals?

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    • @Pro-Series Fabrication Ah ok. Thanks again for answering my questions :)

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    • @EvilSink thermal conductivity of inconel is pretty low, it's mostly nickel base which is akin to Stainless in conductivity regards. It was designed in the 1940s for jet engines and primarily the nozzle parts. It's very strong but it's main feature is carrying it's strength at elevated temps.

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    • @Pro-Series Fabrication Im guessing it can transport the heat away pretty efficiently aswell? Thanks for enlightening me a little :)

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    • @RyanTuerck Ah, i see. Your build is the first time hearing about this material, it seems very interesting. Keep up the good work, every new episode of Formula Supra gives me alot of joy :)

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    • We used inconel because of the heat properties it has and it let's you run a very thin wall.

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  • amazing love this build! keep em coming

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  • Ever since the LFA came out, I’ve been fantasising about 1LR-GUE swaps. But I’d imagine the engines themselves are pretty much impossible to obtain & cannibalising an LFA just doesn’t sit right with me (assuming you could even get hold of a whole car). Thanks, Ryan. I needed this.

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  • What spec is it? Dom spec.

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    • @RyanTuerck nice! Love the build man. You guys are killing it. And your boy Dom... He makes some beautiful parts. The machinist in me really loves that he runs an old Bridgeport. Great job guys!

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    • hahaha. YES!

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  • I was hoping for straight pipes out the hood but that'll do....

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  • Could watch Dom build shit all day

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  • Need to get your machining apprenticeship going outta this build ryan🙃

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    • Sounds like you need some Canadian help!.. im tired of the oilsands! 😆

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    • Seriously. Now if I could just get Dom to let me do something without interrupting the work flow.

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  • It's gonna be an equal-length header no matter what. Dom's a boss.

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    • 100%

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  • So called other fabricators on you tube:. 🤚😒 the fabricator on this channel: ☝😏👍

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