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    Vac Hose sizes?

    I plan on putting all my emissions back on the car including all the vac hose on the firewall. I need to know what sizes the hose are and how much should I get. Thanks!
    vroom vroom i drive a 93 toyota mr2.

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    Probably 4-6mm. I would just take a trip to pepboys and have them match the hoses up.

    Vacuum reduction, Powdercoated misc, cruise relocate, Evo9 BOV, Custom catch cans, Russell fuel filter, SS braided fuel lines, High flow fuel loop, Autogage fuel gauge, Catless DP, DNP Y-pipe, Fuel pump hotwire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x2xtreme360 View Post
    Probably 4-6mm. I would just take a trip to pepboys and have them match the hoses up.
    I plan on purchasing the colored hoses online and my car will be at my friends house for like 2 months tops.

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    Well you want hose that fits snug to where you don't need any clamps. I also used non collapsable hose. I would get sample sizes and order what you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woz View Post
    Well you want hose that fits snug to where you don't need any clamps. I also used non collapsable hose. I would get sample sizes and order what you need.
    Yes. Thick walled, non collapsible hoses that fit nice and snug. No cheap crappy silicone hoses. You can find them colored too.

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    also sorry i can't help with sizes, i just had a bunch of different size hoses around when i was replacing mine.

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    http://www.hosetechniques.com/svh-ca...t-black-p-1951

    It comes in black, red, and blue. They even used a 3s in their banner ads on motoiq, which is what grabbed my attention, haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocWalt View Post
    http://www.hosetechniques.com/svh-ca...t-black-p-1951

    It comes in black, red, and blue. They even used a 3s in their banner ads on motoiq, which is what grabbed my attention, haha.
    Go by the sizes in that link.... do NOT buy that rip off price of $135.

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    Intake Manifold (small fittings) - 03.5mm
    Boost Controllers (Greddy, HKS & other) - 03.5mm, 04.mm or 06.0mm
    Windshield Washer Bottle - 04.0mm
    Intake Manifold (small fittings) - 06.0mm
    Radiator Overflow Hose - 06.0mm or 08.0mm
    Hood Hold Up Rod - 06.0mm or 08.0mm
    Intake Pipe (large fittings) - 08.0mm (includes aftermarket intakes & some radiator overflow)
    Misc. covers of hard lines, etc. - 10.0mm (refer to Slit ‘n Groom(TM) Technique in instructions)


    Yeah this is what I was looking for, yeah I don't want to spend 135 dollars for something I can piece together with the correct heat resistance.

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    Last edited by Atrosity; 11-09-2010 at 09:06 PM.

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