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Old 08-16-2015, 11:07 AM   #1
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cut it and extend the part around the tb with a tube, to which you can also attach brackets to fasten it down to either the IM support brace spot or something else.

....like everyone here does
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something like this.
there's one just like I described too but I can't find it atm


there are multiple others that you'll need to find on your own too, just browse through build threads
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hacking not mandatory, but to get exactly what you want you will likely have to cut it.
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Dat internet, tho.

Sorta-easy Coolant Reroute ? part 2 ? revlimiter.net

Part three is helpful, too.


Alternatively, just remove the charcoal canister.

You like pictures. I post one. This is with the hose you didn't like, no splicing. Works nice.

20150719_210522 by concealer404, on Flickr
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Can anyone share some advice on the best way to route the hose? Also what are people using to help keep the hose secure and not flopping around?
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Thanks for the dumbass response.
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u mad bro?
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no one was gonna touch your car anyway, they'll just touch you
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I don't know if you should be touching your own car if you can't figure this out.
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You're right i'm a complete moron look at me!
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well at least he acknowledged it
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Zip tying a coolant hose as a primary means of securing it is not secure or safe. I stand by my statement that it is a dumbass response.
But, what if it is flopping around uncontrollably ?

Did you make happy plate?
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that's why they touch him, cause he flops around uncontrollably
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