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    easy question i can't find the answer for

    forgive me i searched and searched.

    riva ic re-locater pipes, stock IC

    what i'm trying to do is replace the straight 3" couplers hose that comes with the kit and put on the correct size adapter/reducers.

    are the correct sizes 2.5" to 2 3/4" for the SCer towards the IC and TB towards the IC

    http://www.siliconeintakes.com/produ...f7d4c6b0d50abf

    and 3" to 2 3/4" out of the IC towards the SCer and towards the TB

    http://www.siliconeintakes.com/produ...f7d4c6b0d50abf

    so in the end i would end up with:
    2x 2.5" to 2 3/4"
    2x 3" to 2 3/4"

    if not, or you've had problems with these, which did you use

    thanks in advance
    mike


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    Found my answer

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    I will chime in only because I just done it. silicone intakes get the staright couplers i like black 2.75 to 2.5 get 4. If your running the rxpx intercooler which is a rive 2.5 on the intercooler side your pipes are 2.75 throttle body and scer is 2.50. I have the couplers new with clamps from relocation kit still in bags too

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