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    Thanks bro it is dammed annoying that I orded that 90 d bend in espeicaily for this and paid full price for the privilege

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    Use the 90 deg where is just the 45's will give flexibility to hook up. Cut then for length to suit.
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    Just need to chase up 3 inches of ss to join up the 45 d but they will not sell under half a meter of the stuff

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    Bit hard for me to see what fittings are actually req'd to hook up. What is the alignment of centers like between the 90 deg bend to the compressor housing inlet (side view and down from top)?

    Looking at what you have there, what do you think will sort it?

    Some use a flexiduct mat'l, personally rather use a solid form type ducting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by First Pooy View Post
    Just need to chase up 3 inches of ss to join up the 45 d but they will not sell under half a meter of the stuff
    Go to an exhaust place. Most will be happy to cut you a piece of SS pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Pooy View Post
    Just need to chase up 3 inches of ss to join up the 45 d but they will not sell under half a meter of the stuff
    Where are you located? I have some in the garage. Send me a PM with your address and i will cut a bit off for you and post it, or you can pick it up in Melb S.E.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    Where are you located? I have some in the garage. Send me a PM with your address and i will cut a bit off for you and post it, or you can pick it up in Melb S.E.
    Thanks bro but after a lot of ringing around I found a place that would sell me 250 mm of ss pipe it was still more then twice than that was needed but it might come in handy in the future,.a 45 d silican bend cost me $60 and I f@@ked up grrr the bend is to sharp I will update you guys more when I have time on the week end when I have the time to do some more work on it

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    I am wondering if a short piece of flex hose would be better? Takes all the accuracy out of the situation and will get you on the road quicker. You mentioned SS Pipe or do you mean tube - thin wall, shiny finish? Try Purple Pig or whatever they are called now - they have everything. You just want a hose that won't collapse under a slight vacuum, so maybe wire wound, and 200degc operating temp.
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    Well I am not a 100 % happy yet but it is a far cry from what was happening before I ended up beating the inner gaurd down and back up again to drop the box down and to line it up with the turbo there was no other way of doing it, I brought home from work a pannal beating hammer which I haven't used since I brought it new 5 yrs ago and I used the big hammer to beat it down and the panal besting hammer to manipulate the matel in to position it took a while but I was finally happy with the result, but the snorkel is another matter by the time I ground the inner guard to suit the elongated whole was masive what a f@@k up it looks like a hack job another problem for another time I need to get the snorkel mounted and it all so looks like I need to buy another outer gaurd as well again a problem for the future.
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    Plug 'n' play. Well you certainly have had to play! Glad to see you've got it fitted.

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