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06 f250 catboot keeps blowing off

06 F250. bully dog chip set on stage one cat boot keeps blowing off, at around 220-25 psi of boost. anyone else having this issue and have a solution?
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20-25 psi i mean
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hot side or cold side? IC boots?
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the blue hose going to the intercooler coming off the turbo
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May be stretched, might want to replace it!
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its brand new less than a month old
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maybe the spring clamp is defective? i thought about putting an old school hose clamp on it
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maybe the spring clamp is defective? i thought about putting an old school hose clamp on it
no, if anything replace the clamp with a new OEM clamp!
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ill have to look into that then, if anyone else on here has had that probelm let me know please and how the probelm was solved
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You need to clean up the pipe and the inside of the boot, spray some hairspray on it and really crank down that clamp

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