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Old 09-22-2009, 06:36 PM
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HPO-X lines

Hey guys I was wondering who did this mod and what line you thought would be the best. I have seen them on ITP and stealth and was just curious about what fit better and what might work better the flex line or the SS hard line?

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Old 09-23-2009, 11:38 AM
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I have the one from ITP. I noticed no change in anything when I installed mine. I do like the idea behind it and would probably put one on my next truck too.
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Old 09-23-2009, 12:22 PM
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i installed one, it seemed to quiet it down some along with a smoother idle.... not much but enough if you paid attention you could tell
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I have a hard line from Riffraff Performance, motor idles smoother and got just a touch quieter. He also offers a hose version. No complaints at all with mine, it's been installed a few months now.
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Old 09-23-2009, 05:07 PM
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great! i plan on getting one I just wanted to know if the hard or flex would make a difference. thanks for the replys!!
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Hard Line would probably be better, hoses can fail over time especially when its that close to the turbo. I made mine out of regular 1/4" Hydraulic hose though. No problems yet!
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Old 09-24-2009, 06:57 AM
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Hard Line would probably be better, hoses can fail over time especially when its that close to the turbo. I made mine out of regular 1/4" Hydraulic hose though. No problems yet!
Hard line can fail too, I've heard of a few of them bursting but hose failures are much more common.
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I have the ITP hard line. Haven't installed it yet.
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Hard line can fail too, I've heard of a few of them bursting but hose failures are much more common.
If I remember right my ITP kit in the instructions said to keep the plugs you remove in the glove box incase a failure happens. So I have the plugs in my glove box with a spare CPS
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If I remember right my ITP kit in the instructions said to keep the plugs you remove in the glove box incase a failure happens. So I have the plugs in my glove box with a spare CPS
As do I, because w/o the plugs if your HPX blows you are ultra screwed.
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