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Old 06-24-2009, 07:43 AM
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Intercooler Boots (Blue)

Is anyone using the blue silicon turbo/intercooler boots? If so where did you pick them up at. Mine are shot.
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replace 'em with these.

http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=133
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Those are the ones I have been looking at but I have seen the blue ones somewhere. I cant find them. I have my intercooler pipes powdercoated red and the blue would look nice.
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What are the advantages to the ones you buy vs. the ones that come OEM? I know alot of people upgrade them but im not making enough power to see how they would help
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I forget the name of the place i got mine. Dirk gave me their name, pm him about it.
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I don't think silicone lasts as long as the Dieselsite boots. Silicone isn't oil compatible to the level these are. I'd recommend them. Paint 'em if you want. The exterior of 'em is pretty rough texture. I think paint will stick pretty good.
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As thick as mine are they wont decay for a LONG time.
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Never seen the blue ones. I was gonna buy 'em cause they're pretty. But I was a little tight on cash at the time. And I'd blown a boot off like 4 times that day.
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lol Q just wait and get some with the hooks for chains on them to keep them together for when you do the injectors
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I don't think silicone lasts as long as the Dieselsite boots. Silicone isn't oil compatible to the level these are. I'd recommend them. Paint 'em if you want. The exterior of 'em is pretty rough texture. I think paint will stick pretty good.
Im running NCHornets CCV mod. No oil in my intake anymore!!
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