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Complete intercooler piping kit for Integra

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by Nikademo, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. Nikademo

    Nikademo New Member

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    Anyone know where I can find an affordable complete intercooler piping kit? I found one on the treadstone performance website for $290 but that seems a little pricey although it includes welded flange, couplers, and clamps . . . .

    Then spooling performance has one for $210 that doesn't include couplers or clamps . . .

    Anyone use a DIY kit from ebay? I'm not sure if I want to use a kit with out bead roll ends.

    Anyone make them here and sell them to members?
     
  2. EP3Hatch1987

    EP3Hatch1987 Meeeeooowww!!!!!

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    I used eBay piping.. Had 2 fab it up a lil but it worked
     
  3. 8secHonda

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    i have an ebay turbo kit also.. no probs w mine yet .. but like EP3 said i also had to fab some of the piping but was no trouble.. lol
     
  4. Matts96HB

    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    i have an ebay setup for my car.. decent for low power levels, but i lose a coupler every once in a while. its kind of annoying because most of their kits are couplers.
     
  5. Nikademo

    Nikademo New Member

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    Hmmmmm. I think I am going to have to save some money.
     
  6. Matts96HB

    Matts96HB . Moderator VIP

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    dont get me wrong, you can make the ebay kits work. but if i had to do it all over again i would get something that i didnt have to hack to pieces.

    not to mention, the hardware typically sucks. the t-bolt clamps bind and break very easily. i had to go down to a local hardware store and buy new clamps. drove me nuts.
     
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    ooh yeah true that dude.. i forgot about that i changed mine also .. been so long i forgot lol... had this kit on two different cars lol
     
  8. EP3Hatch1987

    EP3Hatch1987 Meeeeooowww!!!!!

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    Never had any of the coupler or clamp problems with my piping kit.. And all I had 2 do was shorten a few pipes and was good 2 go.. You can always weld the spots where you don't wAnt couplers.. Juss my 2 cents
     
  9. zach_teg_king

    zach_teg_king jdmzach "country boy"

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    no no no...if u wanna save money, PVC pipe FTW! i used it on my teg build, painted it red, ans it worked perfect, seemed to keep the charge cool too. not one problem in 2 yrs so far, its still goin, owned by my brother now though. it has a 16g evo dsm turbo, Ram horn, rc550's, tuned on hondata s200, had a huge jdm sport front mount, it was beefy. i made 245whp on 16psi, all stock internals and cams on a ls motor with gsr trans. id highly reccomend it
     
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    intercooler kit

    hi i bought one on ebay from cxracing i had to build some pipes to fit my integra gsr 95,buy i never lose a clamp,it works perfectly for what i paid for 210us.
     
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