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Old 05-04-2007, 06:11 PM   #1
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Default Need 1" to 1.25" short adapter hose

This is to connect a 1.25" bung on my intake, to my BOV which has a 1" bung...

Where do I get one?
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Old 05-04-2007, 06:25 PM   #2
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Stretch the 1" over the 1.25" bung? Get a pot of boiling water and heat it up, I'm sure it'll go.

I have no idea if you can get a 1 to 1.25 transition anywhere. Maybe look at an autoparts store, some OEM might use a oddball heater hose.
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Old 05-04-2007, 07:48 PM   #3
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I think you emailed me at my personal gmail account. We have them, I can get you a price on Monday.
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It's next Monday already.
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Damnit!!!!!! Tomorrow...
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haha, you suck as a salesman. :gay:
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haha, you suck as a salesman. :gay:
for real! WOT would have had the **** at his house already.
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Ryan? Is he on here?

I'm not on here as a salesman, I'm just doing you choads a favour.
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Pat, I apologize, the BOV bung is 0.83" - so I need a 3/4" to 1.25" hose - do you have that?
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.83" is 7/8ths isn't it? 21mm or so. I have 28-22mm, 1-1/8th to 7/8ths. Two bucks cheaper.
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What kind of valve are you using?
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Old 08-20-2007, 12:53 PM   #12
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Sorry for sitting on this forever

I need a 1-3/8 to 7/8 adapter hose. Do you have one?

The BOV is an AVO unit, and my AVO ic has a 1-3/8" bung on the pipe; the
i/c is meant to replace an FM i/c in an FM kit.
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We don't make that size :(
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put a length of hose on the 1-3/8 hose, sticking out an inch or so. then insert a 1"length of 7/8 hose inside of the 1-3/8 hose, then insert your bov, then clamp down on the whole thing.
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I have a 5$ solution that I did just the other day and it works fine. I got a 90* copper bend in the 1" size. Many of these fittings are larger on one side than the other so that piping can slip into it. Then for a 1" coupler go to the rubber hose section and I found a super heavy duty red hose that looks the same as what Im using for the drain on my turbo. Short piece of that did the trick. Then finally I used some bailing wire to add some extra security if said bov ever falls off.
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