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Old 02-02-2009, 11:21 AM
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Can i use 5/8 in diameter hhose for this?or will it cause to much pressure?
 
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Old 02-02-2009, 11:23 AM
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I used 3/4" ID. I originally bought 5/8" ID but it wouldn't work with the fitting I had. I'm not sure about the pressure.
 
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Old 02-02-2009, 11:35 AM
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From what I've read, 3/4" is the size you need.
 
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:14 PM
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im gonna wait till i get the right parts,i had it all apart and my dog house o rings were pretty bad so i put some rvt on them to hold me over till i do the mod and get new ones.Also my turbo wheel had nicks on the edges,whats this from and is it hurting any thing?thanks
 
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You could be getting some dusting. Check your air box and your intake tubes to see if they're cracked anywhere.
 
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You could be getting some dusting. Check your air box and your intake tubes to see if they're cracked anywhere.
will do,gives me an excuse for a wicked wheel though....
 
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Wicked wheel totally cured my turbo surge. And it gives it a nice whistle as a bonus.
 
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i didnt find any cracks,but when i had my tubes off,were the ccv gas comes in the intake tube.the oil inside the tube was kinda gritty .so maybe its time for a wicked wheel and the 6637 mod.Am i hurting any thing with the wheel like that?
 
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I'm not sure that the wheel like that will hurt but your intake seems to be letting dirt in and that is not good. Could be dusting the motor. I would ditch that intake ASAP.
 
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im ordering a 6637 filter right now.Or should i replace all of the intake tubes?
 
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If you looked over the tube and didn't see any cracks I think you should be good after you ditch the box. I don't know though. You might as well do the CCV mod while you're at that stuff. Only takes a piece of 4" exhaust and a clamp.
 
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ill check every thing over again just to make shure..
 
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my filter will be in tommoro,i need 4in id pipe for this right.
 
 


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