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Old 06-11-2009, 09:06 AM
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38r Help!!

I got a 38r that has been sitting on my counter for 2 months now. All because I cant find the tube that goes from the CCV tube to the 4" inlet on the turbo.

Anyone got any ideas on where in the hell I can find one? Its killin me sittin there next to the 4" down pipe that has been waiting even longer.

Thanx
James
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Old 06-11-2009, 09:46 AM
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Call David Lott at Diesel Innovations in Houston. Tell him I sent you.
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Old 06-11-2009, 10:58 AM
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Will do first thing in the a.m. Thanks
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I got a 38r that has been sitting on my counter for 2 months now. All because I cant find the tube that goes from the CCV tube to the 4" inlet on the turbo.

Anyone got any ideas on where in the hell I can find one? Its killin me sittin there next to the 4" down pipe that has been waiting even longer.

Thanx
James
Send it to me then you won't have to look at it anymore. I'll take good care of it.
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Old 06-12-2009, 05:11 AM
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Send it to me then you won't have to look at it anymore. I'll take good care of it.
As much as I appreciate the offer I'm gonna have to pass. I mean who else in my neighborhood has a $2200 paper weight?
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Old 06-12-2009, 06:20 AM
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As much as I appreciate the offer I'm gonna have to pass. I mean who else in my neighborhood has a $2200 paper weight?
You paid 2200 for a 38r??
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You paid 2200 for a 38r??
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You paid 2200 for a 38r??
I did, cause I bought a 1.15 housing and adapter afterwards.
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Its got the 1.15 non wastgated turbine housing and the nonEBPV pedastal. I accually payed $1600 for all of it shipped with 6k on it all, but I just threw that number out there cuz I know a 38r is 1800ish everywhere I looked and the turbine housing alone I seen was a $400 upgrade.

The fact that I didnt get it new is y I dont have that tube.
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Old 06-12-2009, 07:23 AM
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Make your own. All you need is 2 45's and a peice of exhaust. Home Depot, Lowes will have what you're looking for.
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