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PostSubject: Turbo intake hoses   Tue 16 Jun - 9:31

I amlooking at getting a silicone turbo intake hose for my 2008 hatch sti. Where would be the best place to get one from and what prices would they be? Ive seen some on ebay but not sure whether they are any good.
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo intake hoses   Tue 16 Jun - 20:40

I got the Perrin one, I think it was from Amber performance or Tarmac sportz, around 200 quid. Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo intake hoses   Tue 16 Jun - 23:28

You're better off paying good money for a decent one. I got one off the 'bay' and it didnt fit very weĺl and ended up being chewed to pieces by the jubilee clamp. Maybe my fault for using a jubilee clamp but the saying goes, you buy cheap you buy twice.
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo intake hoses   Wed 17 Jun - 9:50

Thanks I thought the ebay ones seemed too good to be true. Il have a look about see what I can find
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo intake hoses   Wed 17 Jun - 14:32

I also heard the cheap ones can suck in (collapse) when your turbo is spooling ???
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo intake hoses   Wed 17 Jun - 15:00

AMR do an aluminium intake pipe which won't collapse, decent price too. Not sure they make them for the Hatches etc, but can ask they're quite good at getting back to poeple. Was going to go with it myself, but not big enough, plus I've got major decision issues coming up with what to do with my car Laughing

http://store.automasteramr.com/AMR-CAST-Turbo-Inlet-Tube_p_21.html
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PostSubject: Re: Turbo intake hoses   Wed 17 Jun - 19:06

carl08 wrote:
I also heard the cheap ones can suck in (collapse) when your turbo is spooling ???
Yeah they can. I watched a video on youtube about it. Cant say the one i fitted did it but it wasnt on long enough. It was a right pain to fit past the intake manifold and onto the turbo. I didnt trust it so just bought a standard full intake side setup from a breaking sti.
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