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    Intercooler Piping?

    Hey guys I bought a silicone I/C from a member here that used it in his speedster. Well the piping is too long for the rxp and was curious where do I find the two pipes for the intercooler?


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    You are going to have to make your own. You maybe able to use what you have, just cut and fit.
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    Luckily I have the flex pipe so I weill cut to size it is way to long to manipulate it.

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    Well still cn't get it to work could someone please measure the piping and see how long the two pieces I need are. Also what degree couplers are needed thanks guys.

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    Here is another picture for you. You can just use 2.5" straight pipe and angle couplers to get the job done. I used 3 45* couplers( 1 - 3" to 2.5" 45* and 2- 2.5" 45*) and one straight 2.5 to 3".
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmk82nd View Post
    Well still cn't get it to work could someone please measure the piping and see how long the two pieces I need are. Also what degree couplers are needed thanks guys.
    it all depends on your bracket and where the I/C is. JP has it right with 45 degree couplers or you can buy a piece of 45 pipe and cut

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    Appreciate the feedback guys I went ahead and made a pipe to run from I/C to supercharger and for my throttle body ordered 2 silicone intake 90 degree pieces and a 2' aluminum pipe to put new piping in thanks again.

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