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Old 11-09-2007, 04:15 AM
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Could these be a fix for blown IC boots?

I found this product while looking around stylinconcepts site the other day.

Could THESE possibly work on the PSD's boost tubes to keep them better connected?

Plus they look awesome. All kinds of finishes. They would look real good with the rest of the shiney stuff under my hood.

They make them for hose connections, vacuum, turbo, IC connections, and several other applications.

Here is a pic of their stuff on an F150 engine
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Old 11-09-2007, 04:20 AM
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Don't know, but they sure do look good.
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they look friggin sweet!
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[QUOTE=BamaF350;321493]I found this product while looking around stylinconcepts site the other day.

Could THESE possibly work on the PSD's boost tubes to keep them better connected?

I want some! They look like much better clamps than stock
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Old 11-09-2007, 07:31 AM
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I just had one of my boost tubes blow off on my way to glamis, those sure do look like a great fix for that situation. Looks like they are for all kinds of high boost applications. That's a sweet invention. I'm gonna look into that.
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Those are sweet! One of my clamps blew up on my way to Gordon's just outside of Yuma, so I know the feeling. A 4 inch hose clamp helped me limp there and back... (Thanks again, Marc!)

I wonder if we have any vendors on here that are distributors for these...
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Old 11-09-2007, 10:40 AM
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They look awesome! Almost looks like Billet aluminium! Pricey I bet!
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