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Old 10-09-2011, 03:10 PM
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intercooler piping boots

does anyone know of any intercooler/piping boots that do not cost an arm and a leg, i have oil everywhere over all my boots and would like to change them out for new ones and maybe do a ccv mod as well...
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Riffraff Diesel Performance Parts: - Intercooler/ CAC Boots

Riffraff Diesel: RDP Plenum Reinforcing Inserts™

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Intercooler Pipe Fabrication - Silicone Intake Systems Auto Parts
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Old 10-09-2011, 03:51 PM
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how do the insert work?
and where?


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how do the insert work?
and where?


thanks
They go in the intake plenums underneath the spider. They have those crappy snail-drive clamps that don't get very tight (by design so they won't break the stock plenums) but they frequently leak, causing a mess and possible boost leak.

Installing the inserts and new T-bolt clamps is definitely an upgrade!






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X2 on the inserts
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I'm curious why none of the turbo connections have rolled beads to help with hose retention. Seems like such a simple oversight by Ford and International.
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Like said before get them from clay ( Riffraff)
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