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Old 04-27-2010, 06:50 AM
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Question INTERCOOLER PIPE UPGRADE?

I am curious does anybody make a replacement intercooler pipe kit or coupler kit???

I had an AFE pipe upgrade on my 6.7 cummins, but haven't found one for my 6.4 stroke...

If yall are wondering why I want one... I blew my lower clamps off this weekend racing a BMW 650il...

Also why would there be oil coming out of my intercooler pipe after I limped it 4 miles down the road?

Is there a crankcase vent running off of the intercooler pipe???

I know my turbo is not out, what gives????
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Old 04-27-2010, 07:13 AM
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BD Power # 1042790 - 6.4L Powerstroke Cold Side Intercooler Pipe

Cobb's Diesel Performance # 64CAC - CDP 6.4L Powerstroke Cold Side Intercooler Pipe

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Old 04-27-2010, 07:18 AM
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Oil in the intercooler pipe is normal, comes from the CCV.

Here is a link to our Intercooler Pipe. 3" Cold Side Intercooler Pipe
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Old 04-27-2010, 07:23 AM
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I need the "hot" side...

From the turbo to the intercooler...

The one that goes to the lower side/bottom of the intercooler, not the cold side or the upper side...
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Nobody makes the hot side pipe that you are looking for, but dieselsite makes great boots for it.
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Oil in the intercooler pipe is normal, comes from the CCV.

Here is a link to our Intercooler Pipe. 3" Cold Side Intercooler Pipe
Is this the one made by powerstroker 67?
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Is this the one made by powerstroker 67?
Yes it is. We offer aluminized or ceramic coating as usual.
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Yes it is. We offer aluminized or ceramic coating as usual.
I like that the description says no grinding required.
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I like that the description says no grinding required.
Yes I would like to know about this as well. I looked at my truck last night and not sure how it will fit without grinding. If it does thats incredible, I would like to see some pictures of it please.
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Old 04-27-2010, 04:38 PM
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Yes I would like to know about this as well. I looked at my truck last night and not sure how it will fit without grinding. If it does thats incredible, I would like to see some pictures of it please.
Don't have any pics installed, but if you click the link above you can see pictures of it. It has a very small flat section where it goes through the core support. You can install it with no grinding, but there is a chance it might touch slightly depending on how you install it. Obviously taking the lip off the core support will prevent the possibility of it touching at all.
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