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hey guys i just got a turboxs rfl off a buddy of mine. he had it in his dodge stealth, just plugged right into the stock location. What is the easiest way to install it on my car. I dont have a lot of money or i would buy the pipe with the fitting on it. Can one be made with pvc pipe or will it break under pressure? pics would be helpful to, cuz the thing is so damn big that im not sure how to fit in in there without it hitting the hood.
 

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anybody got pics, the plastic piece has a bend in it, do i have to replicate the bend?
 
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Just get 13" of 2.25" OD pipe and get a piece welded on it. Itll replace the plastic piece no problem. Thats what I had for mt GReddy type-s before:
 

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alphaoenz said:
Just get 13" of 2.25" OD pipe and get a piece welded on it. Itll replace the plastic piece no problem. Thats what I had for mt GReddy type-s before:
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heres mine
 
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i'm confused, whats the point of having this one tube that i circled connected?

wont it only allow air to be bypassed either in or out of the 3000 pipe?

how does this work?

also, when mounting a BOV on the upper intercooler pipe, like this one here, what do you do with the stock unit, or the stock tubes?

so confused
 

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is there any prob with running in the stock location
 

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i cant fit the rfl in the stocl location because the house is to small??????
 
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