Filter on turbo?

 
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Default Re: Filter on turbo?

Originally Posted by LightningTeg View Post
I wouldnt use zip ties unless you can get them tight enough. I tried that on my vacuum line which runs to the wastegate on the other side and the sleeve slid back and eventually the line collapsed from the heat (1/4 Nylon push-lock DOT air lines though, the insulator slides almost glides on it lol).

I ended up going with small hose clamps and it works much better.
That can work too..
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