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Does the Injen intercooler pipe kit replace all of the rubber hoses? Or do I need to buy a complete FMIC kit to get an intercooler setup with no rubber piping?
 

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it replaces them, but it's fitted for the stock intercooler, so you're going to need the U sections of pipe to have it work with most aftermarket intercoolers.... unless your particular kit comes with them.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I've have turbo cars before and I hate rubber intercooler piping.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I've have turbo cars before and I hate rubber intercooler piping.
FYI you're not going to make much power just by changing the hoses. It gives better boost response.
IMO there is just too long of a path for everything to flow through. I blame the penny pinchers, in that they tried to make the block (in general. and it looked like they were going to) their main engine for their fleet.

At some point I want to make brackets to relocate the water pump and power steering pump
 
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