A collector transition with a 3" tube inlet and 4" tube outlet with a 7 degree divergent angle. Made from 16 gauge (.065" wall) mild steel.
Mild Steel – Mild steel is the most common form of steel as its price is relatively low. It is neither extremely brittle nor ductile, and has a low tensile strength. It becomes malleable when heated and therefore can be forged. Mild steel's surface hardness can be increased through carburizing. Mild steel will rust.
- Most common form of steel
- Price is relatively low
- Neither extremely brittle or ductile
- Becomes malleable when heated and therefore can be forged
- Surface hardness can be increased through carburizing
- Will rust