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Old 03-07-2008, 04:43 PM   #1
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I need some 2.5" pipe to take the place of my MAF. If anyone has some or knows where I can get some cheap, it'd be much appreciated. I'm putting in my torsen next week and want to make sure I've got everything good to do a dyno run.
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try ebay!
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muffler shop lol, do you not have any pieces of pipe or shops around you???
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I can probably find a shop that does exhaust or something, but I'm just wondering if it's the cheapest option. Everywhere I look this dinky *** piece of pipe is $20+. It makes no sense to me why just a standard 2.5" pipe costs so much. if it was aluminum, I'd understand, but steel? Most of them aren't even stainless.
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Nevermind, I found a decent price on an aluminum one on ebay.
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lol, get aluminum doesn't matter just drill it, then get lots of silicone and seal the **** outta it and wait for it to dry
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I don't need to drill it, my temp sensor is in IC piping.
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oh ya forgot, you got a turbo
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pvc pipe works well. thats what i used.


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