|05-14-2008 08:35 PM|
yes its all custom.
it adds some turbo lag but once it has boost it keeps it longer. ( i think)
|05-14-2008 08:18 PM|
|adshaft||Is this custom piping? Cause 3" is kinda big from posts I've read. Some people are running big hp with stock intakes and they are way smaller than 3". 2.5" I would think is more appropriate. Do a quick search on intakes there's lots of info on that subject.|
|05-14-2008 08:10 PM|
from the turbo to the IC is 2.5 then off the other side of the IC to the TB is all 3".
|05-14-2008 08:05 PM|
Assuming you're using 2.5" piping, and your IC has 2.5 IN/OUT. Just to give you an example of what's out there. 3 or 4 ply silicone couplers. 4 ply being better. Just look at the angles you need and take it from there.
Intake-Turbo= 2.5-2.25? Check your turbo's size (if TD04 I think it's 2.25")
This was just a quick search, look into more and you'll figure it out.
Bottom Coupler attaches to IC : 2.5"-2.5"
Top attaches to TB : 2.5"-2.75"
|05-14-2008 07:33 PM|
all i saw was some for $80+
the black one is from jegs.com, its made by turbonetics.
|05-14-2008 07:08 PM|
Jonny, that pipe is thicker but it's still going to keep you up at night.
The main reason rubber pipes burst is heat.
They're more pliable when heated, and stretch more...and eventually pop undr pressure. (Nick's comments were right on the money.)
The major reason you use silicone is because it's heat resistant to 300+ degrees and keeps its shape. Find a decent three-ply silicone elbow for $30-40 and you'll never have to worry about it.
|05-14-2008 01:41 PM|
that interwoven mesh makes a huge difference.
|05-14-2008 01:36 PM|
|JK||Yeah, boy, without the reinforcement fibers woven in there you might be looking at a repeat performance.|
|05-14-2008 01:30 PM|
|adshaft||It's better than the blue one but it's still rubber, the Oem ones from saab are better than those cause they have inner woven meshing. Silicone ones are your best bet for durability.|
|05-14-2008 01:14 PM|
if i pop that one then i think i have to go with all hard pipe. lol
|05-14-2008 06:28 AM|
|GenuineSaab||I love seeing those un-reinforced hoses on the dyno under boost.. The puff up really big.|
|05-14-2008 03:45 AM|
its funny now, but after i the pop i looked under the hood and the wya that was hooked up the hole was so i couldnt see it... i wasnt happy i was thinking the worst. but now i think its funny, i thought you guys might to.
im not even going to try to take it back, not worth dealing with the people there.
|05-13-2008 10:02 PM|
|Tikka||That is genuinely hilarious, such a perfect failure. It must have looked like a balloon before it went|
|05-13-2008 09:52 PM|
i think those are only meant for intake purposes, not boost. sorta like the furnco fittings you can get at home depot, they look like intercooler fittings, but they are definitely not.
|05-13-2008 09:23 PM|
|chriscam84||Lol, that must have been funny... especially the noise that hose made when it let go.|
|05-13-2008 08:51 PM|
|Talladega900||In my best "Larry the Cable Guy" impersonation: "That thar's funny, I don't care who you are!"|
|05-13-2008 08:45 PM|
|Makeyousaab||quality right there|
|05-13-2008 07:57 PM|
|drewz airflow se||wow!|
|05-13-2008 07:57 PM|
|Tweek's Turbos||Roffl, can you take it back?|
|05-13-2008 07:55 PM|
LOL wtf did you shoot it with?
I wonder why it popped right there? Manufacturing defect?
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