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Samco Boost Hose Upgrade

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SAMCO Boost Hose Upgrade

Samco boost hose diy!!!     Start removing the bumper by removing it from the side shelf below the fender's edge (It's flexible) and allow it to hang to the side of the innercoolers. Pick up the bumper off the rear and unhook the rear backup light/ license plate light harness and make sure to clear the bumperette mounts... I sat the cover on the back of my truck's bed cover.   Now you can get down to the meat of the project...   I started with the lower hoses at the turbo to int


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I just did my pipes using the Forge Motorsport kit. Nice price!

Their pipes come with what they call "jubilee clips" which we call hose pipe clamps, that clamp the pipe to the billet fittings.

I found that if you have this type of setup, you need to install the clamp right back as far as you can for the upper pipes where they pass through the firewall.

In hindsight it would have been easier to use the kind of clips that the samco hoses use, as the hose pipe clamp screw can foul the firewall if you put it too close to the billet fitting.

The right-hand upper hose was particularly difficult to get in the right place.

I also did not need to remove my wheels or the wheel arch lining, only jack up the car (use the centre support NOT the engine casing and put car on jack stands), so this saved a lot of time.

I also took the opportunity to install my Agengy Power dual flow air box too!

Here's the end result..


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