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3" plenums ???

So I'm having a little bit of an issue with my 95 powerstroke I just recently installed a banks intercooler and I also bought 3" plenums to install and get rid of the stock 2". But I can't find boots that reduce from 2"-3" and there isn't a lot of room to redue the why pipe to make it 3" so I'm kind of at a loss right now any input would be appreciated .
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So I'm having a little bit of an issue with my 95 powerstroke I just recently installed a banks intercooler and I also bought 3" plenums to install and get rid of the stock 2". But I can't find boots that reduce from 2"-3" and there isn't a lot of room to redue the why pipe to make it 3" so I'm kind of at a loss right now any input would be appreciated .
What about these? Silicone Reducing Sleeve 3" ID to 2" ID - Gloss Black: Intake Hoses, IntakeTubing, and Intake Clamps - Intakehoses.com

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