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3" intercooler pipe hot side

Who makes one where do I get one? Factory pipe tapers to 2.5" and I need one that is 3", mbrp makes one but I was wondering if there is a slightly less expensive route.
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Just curious, but why do you need a 3" outlet pipe?
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Who makes one where do I get one? Factory pipe tapers to 2.5" and I need one that is 3", mbrp makes one but I was wondering if there is a slightly less expensive route.
It tapers to 2.5" because the outlet on the turbo is 2.5". So either the pipe reduces or the boot has to. What's the problem with the factory pipe?
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Old 07-17-2013, 06:10 PM
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I was having a hard time finding a 2.5" to 3" 45 boot but I may have found one. the new turbo measures 3" so a 3" pipe makes sense.
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I got a Banks hot side pipe you can hack up if you want a project piece.
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I was having a hard time finding a 2.5" to 3" 45 boot but I may have found one. the new turbo measures 3" so a 3" pipe makes sense.
what turbo? this is where i got my boot for my truckhttp://www.siliconeintakes.com/stpg.php?page_id=silicone_boot
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Old 07-18-2013, 02:00 PM
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bw 66 73 91. What size is the banks pipe?
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that's where I am think about just getting a 3 to 2.5 45 for the time being
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What size is the banks pipe?
The Banks pipes are 3.5"
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I will have to pass on the banks I rather just go with a 3 inch pipe when I get around to it
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