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Exclamation 6.0 intercooler tube blowing off turbo!!!

what could cause this to happen the silicone hose pops off at high rpm but only when under a load???

2004 F250 sbcc fx4 6.0
deaver 5in leafs front and rear 35x13x18 toyos on motometals.
aem bruteforce, silverline 4in no kitty, rcd egr del, cat elc, dieselsite coolant filter, fpr spring, 6.4 banjos,ungraded turbo drain, sct tuner with tunes from RCD, cfm intake, glowshift gauges and upgraded oil cooler.
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Welcome to the ORG! Sounds like your silicon boot is oil soaked. You might wanna try to wipe it down real good and then spray it with hair spray. After it gets tacky, put it back together and it should help pretty good. If not, you will have to replace it. It happens because oil is recirculated through your turbo via the CrankCase Vent; do the CCV mod and reroute the CCV, so this doesn't continue to happen.

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have you ever took it off before? I had this problem when i removed mine when i painted them. I had this happen to me a few times. I had a buddy help me when tightning it back down. He pushed hard on the pipe while i tighning it down. I did it myself and actually saw the pipe walking out of the boot while tightning it down. try that, hope it works out for you!

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thanks alot i will try that tonite and let u guys know if it works, and yes i took it off to install the turboback exaust

2004 F250 sbcc fx4 6.0
deaver 5in leafs front and rear 35x13x18 toyos on motometals.
aem bruteforce, silverline 4in no kitty, rcd egr del, cat elc, dieselsite coolant filter, fpr spring, 6.4 banjos,ungraded turbo drain, sct tuner with tunes from RCD, cfm intake, glowshift gauges and upgraded oil cooler.
I'D Rather be strokd then rammed!
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