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working on switching over the radiator hose to tubes to match the inake pluming here is the first one



 

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the problem is its textured so i dont know if it will look like **** or not. i like how emay ran it down under the car so you dont even see it
 

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Looks nice 2slo. I kinda like the way this one looks, but I don't know if I would ever get it.

 

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Thats weird why is his upper radiator hose not the same as the Killer Glass hose? And dont say the color and type of pipe or Ill slap you in the face. Look, the Killer Glass hose goes to the opposite side of the engine where 2slo's hose stays on one side. Why is that?
 

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BTW 2slo, I love the matching tubes! Now you need to get a new intake plenium and get it gloss black to match everything
 

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Thats weird why is his upper radiator hose not the same as the Killer Glass hose? And dont say the color and type of pipe or Ill slap you in the face. Look, the Killer Glass hose goes to the opposite side of the engine where 2slo's hose stays on one side. Why is that?

2slo has an '06, That is for an '07-'09 ('10?). They rerouted the cooling system and moved the thermostat and stuff after his was built. They have one for the earlier set up but isn't as dramatic, it's just a short, almost 90* bend, that replaces a small part of his hose.
 

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Ah gotcha, that explains it. I figured it was a production year thing and I agree that it wouldnt look as good to get Killer Glass for the 05 06.
 

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BTW 2slo, I love the matching tubes! Now you need to get a new intake plenium and get it gloss black to match everything
one is on the way and having it painted to match might do the air clearner tube as well still not sure about that?
 

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Yeah, it wouldnt take much prep at all to sand down the piping off the filter to paint it. I would definitally do that, but it still looks nice under there.
 

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Are you running a breather on both sides of the valve covers?
the drivers is capped off with the plug procharger includes. Should i replace it with a breather. Does it really new two?
 

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Yeah, it wouldnt take much prep at all to sand down the piping off the filter to paint it. I would definitally do that, but it still looks nice under there.
a polished throttle body is what i really need. the stocker is ugly. maybe i could just get the plentum extention piece to hide it
 

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the drivers is capped off with the plug procharger includes. Should i replace it with a breather. Does it really new two?
It's just a plug? I'm not familiar with how Procharger sets their stuff up. What did they say to do with the other side since if they had you plug it up you got rid of the PCV system.. Running one breather isn't a good idea. It can let unmetered air into the system which is bad.
 

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It's just a plug? I'm not familiar with how Procharger sets their stuff up. What did they say to do with the other side since if they had you plug it up you got rid of the PCV system.. Running one breather isn't a good idea. It can let unmetered air into the system which is bad.
there is no un metered air its uses the port on the intake for the bov and boost gauge. the passenger side is supposed to be plummed in to the intake but i did'nt want the oil going threw the blower so i just put a breather on it
 
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