Thread: T-Bolt size for x Charger?
01-16-2010, 08:39 AM #1
T-Bolt size for x Charger?
Hey guys I got a little problem the sc exit tube hose keeps blowing off, I took it off and cleaned it as per the safety buletin posted by seadoo, I put a spectre 3" t-bolt clamp on it to hold it down, but it does nt seem to get enough bight it keeps blowing off.Any one know the specific size I got to use maybe something like 2" 75 or 2" etc. and were to order it. thanks guys. for any info. Long live the seadoo!!!! lol Vroom
01-17-2010, 10:16 PM #2
SCer hoses are 2.5" I.D. I buy my t-bolt clamps from Silicone Intakes they are 100% SS. They size their clamps by I.D. The exhaust are 2.75". The only ones a little off are the big exhaust ones. I used 4.5", really need 4.25", but can't seem to find them. The 4" t-bolt clamp from Silicone Intakes will not work trust me. They are too small. They are 2.60EA and are holding up well for me.
01-18-2010, 10:18 PM #3
01-18-2010, 10:35 PM #4
the right clamps
I was having the problem and this is what I did, I called my good friends at perry performance group(ppg) firstname.lastname@example.org their phone# 954-929-1636. Tell them your problem and they will be able to set you up with the right size t-bolt SS clamps. also before installing the clamps I cleaned the inside of the hose and the space on the supercharger were the hose will be attached. after both mating surfaces were cleaned, I put just a little bid of high temp silicone gasket maker all the way around., this will definitely take care of your problem... Good luck...
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