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post #1 of 3 Old 07-01-2013, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Blowing boost tube

Hey guys so I keep on blowing off my hot side boost tube. Ill put it back on, then within a mile it'll blow right off again. I've cleaned it many times and it doesn't help. Any ideas? It has a dent on the bottom right side of the tube. I thought it came like that normally, but idk. Is that normal?
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get some new boots. diesel site makes some really good ones. they are a little bit longer than the stock boots.


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New boots would help. Also clean all connections good with brake cleaner and put a little hairspray. Also make sure boost tube is not egg shaped

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