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Ducting For Filter - Heat
#1
Looking at buying the air ducting for sale on here, just curious as to whether it's ok for the heat seeing as it'd be travelling along the back of the engine.

I know a few here have used this method.

This is the ducting in question. http://www.autosiliconehoses.com/silicon...cting.html
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#2
run up, over and across the front of the engine . . . .Smile

you can see from this pic i think . .


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Phase 1 D-Turdo, K14@24 psi, De-cat, meaty backbox, Bosch pump, grinded LDA pin, duel air fed K&N =133.7bhp & 188ft/lbs
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There's room for that?
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(10-05-2014, 02:50 PM)bigcheez2k3 Wrote: There's room for that?

there you go, i edited my first post . .Smile
Phase 1 D-Turdo, K14@24 psi, De-cat, meaty backbox, Bosch pump, grinded LDA pin, duel air fed K&N =133.7bhp & 188ft/lbs
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#5
yeah that stuff will be fine, posh 2ply too

i've used the cheaper thin stuff before and its stood up to all sorts of abuse
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I have used some 2.5" hoover piping like this Smile

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Blaze '6 and Blaze D-turbo!
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Alu ducting going to a van airbox with bits of an Iveco, Ducato, Volvo and Mercedes to make up the pipework. Sees 25psi once at operating temp with the standard paper filter and all

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#8
Where your pipe is routed wont make a single bit of difference to the intake temps, it's where it sucks it in from that will count.
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