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honestly you wont see very much benefit unless you are makin 500+hp
 

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Here's some pictures and comparisons from PTP and stock








Perfect fit, and if you look closely, two less clamps are required, for two less chances of boost leaks
 

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EDISKRAD EHT said:
Hey aren't you missing a clamp on the 2.5" side of the Inlet coupler?

Nope :) They used some type of sealant that permanantly attaches it to the pipe, so no clamp :)
 

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valeriekay_2000 said:
EDISKRAD EHT said:
Hey aren't you missing a clamp on the 2.5" side of the Inlet coupler?

Nope :) They used some type of sealant that permanantly attaches it to the pipe, so no clamp :)

For the ease to put a clamp there before install, I put one on mine. It gets pretty damn hot in that area sometimes. Pretty easy insurance you wont have a leak there.
 

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blue04intracy said:
honestly you wont see very much benefit unless you are makin 500+hp
Blanket statement. 7 WHP gains on stock turbo cars, 12 WHP on stage 3 cars and it leans big turbo cars out .2 to .5 of an AFR point so the HP gains are not fair to compair but we did have a customer install a full set of pipes and pick up 22 WHP on his big turbo car.

Now we are the only ones that offer 4 ply couplers, t-bolt clamps, twin tab design for that pipe. Not on that but we have the AGP turbo version (bend welded on the turbo), stock turbo, aftermarket turbo (Kinetic, ATP, ???) pipe, and for those running the very big turbos that have the 2.5" disscharge we have one for you as well. You can get it in either stainless stell (more $), black or cermaic silver powder coated. Not bad for $172.00.
 

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Guys make sure that you get one that is coated with either powder coating or cermic coating. We did these early on with nothing on them an they rust very quick. At least try to paint it if you dont go with the PTP unit.
 

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ptperformance said:
Guys make sure that you get one that is coated with either powder coating or cermic coating. We did these early on with nothing on them an they rust very quick. At least try to paint it if you dont go with the PTP unit.
Nice, I like it. I will go to your site and order one. Do you have them in stock now?
 
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