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For my next build I plan to use a single 6" aero. This will be the first time I've messed with aero's and would like some opinions on purchasing the needed materials.

The length with dual flared ends is 30"
My question to you is what is the best way to go about getting this length:

Buy a 17" aero kit and an extra tube then cut it to length
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Buy the flared ends and purchase pvc to cut to length

If you have other options please post them. Thanks for looking
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The less joints you have the better, just for simplicity's sake. PVC is also cheaper from my experience.
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The less joints you have the better, just for simplicity's sake. PVC is also cheaper from my experience.
Yea I'm leaning towards the cheaper side since it is $52 for the first option and a lot cheaper for the second.

Now say I go the pvc route. Is there a certain thickness I need for the pvc? Will the flares fit correctly?
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Buy the flares and take them with you and figure out how to make it work.
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Buy the flares and take them with you and figure out how to make it work.
This is what I have thought about doing, just want to see if there are any pro's and con's to doing so.
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This is what I have thought about doing, just want to see if there are any pro's and con's to doing so.

There shouldnt be any cons.

It would be the safest thing to do so you dont have to waste money.
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There shouldnt be any cons.

It would be the safest thing to do so you dont have to waste money.
the only two cons of using PVC vs pre-made aero are the following:

you'll have to paint the PVC, which may or may not be a b*tch depending on your ability with a rattle can

also, from my knowledge, PVC can be a huge P.I.T.A to cut when it's that large. Something smaller, I'd say use a hacksaw, but 6" is pretty big.
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the only two cons of using PVC vs pre-made aero are the following:

you'll have to paint the PVC, which may or may not be a b*tch depending on your ability with a rattle can

also, from my knowledge, PVC can be a huge P.I.T.A to cut when it's that large. Something smaller, I'd say use a hacksaw, but 6" is pretty big.
Sawzall ftw.
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You can use a table saw or circular or just a sawzall.
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