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which hpx line?

i am thinking about doing the oil crossover line. which is best or better? dieselsite, strictly, riffraff, or is there another that i am missing? is there any true benefit from this?
i don't really like dieselsites, due to it being a flexable line and they say you should replace it every year.

also, what about aih delete? any true gains?

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First, I'm absolutely sure, Nobody is changing that hose every year (the factory hoses are flexible, they go for Many years). I can only assume that's their way of Weaseling away from complaints, THEY Know nobody's doing that!

Gains from the AIH removal are theoretical, I'm sure it's doing something for you but you'll Never "feel" it.

I forget where I got my HpX,,, but it's a flexible line...
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I just picked up the Riffraff setup, its nice and it sealed up great but I have less then 100 miles on it!!
I would go Riffraff or strictly if I order again!

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ive had my riffraff one installed for about 15k miles. it still looks new. no leaks


strictly or riffraff.

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i am thinking about doing the oil crossover line. which is best or better? dieselsite, strictly, riffraff, or is there another that i am missing? is there any true benefit from this?
i don't really like dieselsites, due to it being a flexable line and they say you should replace it every year.

also, what about aih delete? any true gains?
Personally, an HPX isn't exactly splitting the atom so I would go with any of those vendors. I have Riff Raffs, two years no leaks, no issues.

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