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Old 02-27-2009, 11:34 AM
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Hot side intercooler pipe

I just picked up a banks hot side intercooler pipe off ebay for 15 bucks to go with my banks intake. The question is where can I find a new hose for the turbo side? Id like to get a decent hose that will last. I can't use the old one because it is a 45 degree bend and the new pipe makes it a straight shot. Thanks
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Old 02-27-2009, 11:49 AM
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I just picked up a banks hot side intercooler pipe off ebay for 15 bucks to go with my banks intake. The question is where can I find a new hose for the turbo side? Id like to get a decent hose that will last. I can't use the old one because it is a 45 degree bend and the new pipe makes it a straight shot. Thanks
PM me with your zip code and I can get you one.
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sorry to say but unless you have the banks technicooler the hot side pipe wont work. it only fits the banks aftermarket intercooler.

i got just the high ram intake and they sell a seperate pipe if you only buy the high ram intake(that one fits the stock intercooler). i called banks to see if they had a hot side pipe to match the stock intercooler. they said no.

hope this makes sense
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:09 PM
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sorry to say but unless you have the banks technicooler the hot side pipe wont work. it only fits the banks aftermarket intercooler.

i got just the high ram intake and they sell a seperate pipe if you only buy the high ram intake(that one fits the stock intercooler). i called banks to see if they had a hot side pipe to match the stock intercooler. they said no.

hope this makes sense
If your refering to the boost tube from the CAC to the manifold your correct. The Banks tube is 1/2 inch larger then the stock one. We do, however, have one from the high ram kit that will neck down to fit the stock CAC outlet. You can see it here: Banks Power | 03-07 Ford - 6.0L Power Stroke>>High-RamĀ® Intake
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:12 PM
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The pipe I have goes from the full size down to the size of the old pipe. It looks like it will work. I got a reducer for the bottom side and it works. I just need the top piece.
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:17 PM
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if it works you should post back, i want the same look of the grey pipe on the other side of my engine compartment. so everything fits just fine with a reducer? i thought the intercooler outlets were in different locations compared to the stock ones, atleast thats what banks told me.
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if it works you should post back, i want the same look of the grey pipe on the other side of my engine compartment. so everything fits just fine with a reducer? i thought the intercooler outlets were in different locations compared to the stock ones, atleast thats what banks told me.
The outlets are in the same place but the size is different.The tube we have for the factory CAC necks down to the factory size. I can get those seperatly for you if you need them.
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:20 PM
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I put the pipe I had in there and mounted it to the intercooler. It looked like it lined up perfectly by the turbo. It was a little tight but it fit. I only need the hose to connect it to the turbo.
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The outlets are in the same place but the size is different.The tube we have for the factory CAC necks down to the factory size. I can get those seperatly for you if you need them.
so you can get the Turbo Side intercooler pipe made to fit to factory? and i can order directly from you?
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i want the same look of the grey pipe on the other side of my engine compartment
Thats why I bought it. I have some ratty old pipe covered with insulation that looks like crap compared to the other Banks pipe.
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