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Collector kits

Cone Engineering Weld-On Merge Collector Kits
  
4-1 Collectors 1.625” x 2.5” x 3.5” long w/ 7 degree Right-Sized” Transition Cones -2.50” x 3.0” x 4.1”.
4-1 Collectors 1.625” x 2.5” x 5” long w/ 13 degree “Master” Transition Cones – you size the cone to your dimension! 3-1 Collectors 1.75” x 2” x 4.25” long w/ 9 degree “Right Sized” Transition Cones – 2” x 2.50” x 3.2”.

Our collector kits include (2) Merge Collector bodies, (2) sets of Merge Bullet Vanes with assembly tool, and (2) Transition Cones - either “right-sized” or “master” transition cones.  Choose from over 360 different sizes, styles and materials - YOU choose!  But don’t let that intimidate you – we are here to help you narrow down the choices!

When you buy the kit not only do you save time by getting everything at once, but you
also save an additional 10% off the already low price of the individual components!
Kits are available in 3-1, 4-1, and 5-1 configurations, in Mild Steel and 304 Stainless Steel!

Compare our Collector Kit to the competition and you not only discover
how unique and easy they are to use, you will also find that you can purchase our kit for
less than HALF of what you would spend on an old-school merge. That’s like getting one for FREE!

In the kit you get to choose from 7-degree, 9-degree, and 13-degree transition cones, either “Right-Sized” or “Master” transition lengths.  The degree of taper affects the distribution of the power band. 

  • A 7-degree taper gives a wide band with more torque-y power at the bottom but may sacrifice some maximum horsepower on top.  These are great for street cars, road racing, shifter drag cars, or anything else where you want a broad, smooth power band.
  • A 13-degree taper gives a steeper, narrower, but higher band with most power coming on the top end.  Excellent for high revving engines that want maximum horsepower and can sacrifice it from down on the bottom to get it up top.  These are well suited to high HP drag cars, drifters, and dyno pulling.
  • A 9-degree taper tries to achieve a compromise between the two extremes.
  • Or choose from any other cone in our stock inventory of over 150 different sizes and tapers.

What’s the difference between a “Right-Sized Transition Cone” and a “Master Transition Cone”?  The “Right-Sized” transition cone matches the outlet of the collector and transitions you up to the next largest, common tubing diameter.  Whereas the “Master” transition cone gives you a large cone that allows you to fabricate whatever dimensions you may choose – giving you the ultimate in flexibility!

Click here for Stock Parts >> 5-1 Collector Kits: Prices and Specifications

Click here for Stock Parts >> 4-1 Collector Kits: Prices and Specifications

Click here for Stock Parts >> 3-1 Collector Kits: Prices and Specifications

If you can’t find what you are looking for in the lists above, give us a call and we can usually find a way for you to customize a basic collector kit into just what you are looking for!


MAKE IT A SLIP!
Cone Engineering Slip-on Merge Collector Kits
 
         YES!

Build a full merge slip-on collector for a fraction of the price as buying a competitors completed bent-tube, welded merge collector.

With our components you get the same performance and save tons of money just doing the fabrication yourself!  You built the header; surely you can do the collector too!  Choose Mild Steel or 304 Stainless Steel in sizes to fit primary tube diameters from tiny little 1.125” to huge 2.625” diameters!

To find out how to create your own slip-on Megs Conical Merge Collector, just follow this link:   Click here >>
 How To Build a Slip-On Megs Conical Merge Collector

NO! Or, Spend $400 on an old-style merge collector? You decide...


TECH TIP: Read how to build Megs Conical Merge Collectors
in our TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE section.
 
 

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