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Veritas
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Ben;

Apparently, I now own a set of IC piping that once belonged to you. MauiBlueGride sold them to me.

Below are two photos, with each pipe numbered. Can you ID these pipes, by number? It's like a big pipe jigsaw puzzle. I know I'd figure it out sooner or later, but hey, you're the man who made them. Figured you'd know.

If these were yours, and you ID them, then thanks. If not, sorry to post this.

-GP-



 

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My bad man I've got pictures when he numbered them give me a sec to find them...
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Chris;

Those helped a bit. Still would like word IDs, but the pics were darn near good enough for me. I can figure it out from here.

I hope. ;)

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One tip....roll the edges of the pipes, like put a bead with jb weld around them or something. then id get better coupleings. those work, but you will get to know what its like to pop them quite frequently. i poped one just going around the block one time.
 

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Bowlcut:

Roger-Wilco, will do. Thanks for the tips.

Ben/Chris;

Any pics of these on Ben's car anywhere? THAT would be of HUGE help.
Let me know...

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I have a few pics at home of how they went. #8 and #6 were connected, and the straight pipe went from the TB to the IC under the car. #1 goes from the turbo output pipe( lack of a better word) to the IC. I'll keepp looking at them and I'll see if I can remember how they went.
 

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From the looks of things....Lowe's or Home Depot. They're basic plumbing connectors, not silicone connectors.

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