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  1. Bov installation help!!

    Turbo Dodge Help
    so i just got a after Market BOV for my 92 dodge daytona 2.5 turbo and im triyng to figure out with sizing pipes i need to go from my turbo small side to my throttle body. I found it on here one time and i cant find it now... i need the angles of pipe an the step downs an up sizes i need to buy...
  2. stock 87 daytona radiator and intercooler

    Parts For Sale
    I have the stock intercooler and radiator from my 87 shelbyz Daytona. 2.2 had it out when I did head gasket 6 months ago its in great shape the fins ar not crushed or damaged. There are a few spots on radiator that he fins are easy. To bend I imagine its original to my car so its 26 years old...
  3. wtb a 86 t1 intercooler kit

    Parts Wanted
    ok peoples im looking for a t1 log intake style intercooler. I did some research and found only 2 made by companys. which would be a DC KIT or a SPEARCO kit. if anyone 1 has 1 of these or any other kit i do not know about..i would like to buy the kit whole. i can be contacted here or email...
  4. Intake piping size

    Engine - General, Exhaust & Induction
    I am wondering if there is such a thing as putting to big of piping on a turbo charged car. I have a 87' daytona shelby z T2 and will be doing cold air intake with front mounted IC. Ported 2 piece intake perhaps 52 mm TB and head work. I am concerned that is the piping is to big the volume...
  5. The last parts i need are

    Parts Wanted
    2.5 in" Rubber or silicone couplers to connect my intercooler piping together. I need a few straight ones and probably 2 90' elbows. Does anybody have any laying around they would like to sell?
  6. Intercooler Piping

    Engine - General, Exhaust & Induction
    A hose recently cracked in my Lancer, specifically the hose between the airbox and intercooler. It cracked right where it connects to the intercooler and I was venting boost to the atmosphere. So yesterday, I went to AutoZone and picked up a huge radiator hose (2 inch inside diameter) with a few...
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