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 Old 06-07-2018, 12:47 AM   #1
 
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Default JBR tru-3.0 wide path silicone intake/tih issue.

Hi guys!

I have a problem with my newly bought intake JBR tru-3.0 wide path all silicone.
The turbo inlet end of it can`t reach the end of the stock turbo, it`s too tight in there - a stock thick, black pipe under it (coolant line? marked with red arrow on the attached picture) gets in the way. I`m not sure if it`s too short, too stiff , or the TIH end of the new intake is just too fat/bulky to fit in comparing to OEM plastic TIH.
That damn pipe seems to be located too much in the front in my car comparing to the picture (picture isn`t exactly from my car) and it can not be moved away.

Have anyone had this problem ?

Is there a way to fix it ?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Common problem. Extending the hose is fairly simple.

HTP 3.5 heater hose wtf
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Thanks for that info, I thought they sent me wrong part.
Is it necessary to flush the coolant fluid before you cut the line to extend it ?
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Probably not necessary to flush/drain the entire system. If by flush you mean bleed/burp (add more fluid, get system up to temp, rev to 2-3K RPM to heat system up and remove air bubbles) after you reconnect the hose then probably.
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You don't cut the line, you just disconnect the stock hose from the block and add an extension piece using a hose connector. You can buy that HTP kit or build your own for cheaper at the hardware store. It adds a lot of space for larger intakes.
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Mine fits fine with a 3.5" intake. Just push it down

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I didn't extend the hose for 3" HTP. The TIP does touch heater hose when installed but the hose is sleeved so I'm not too concerned. For 3.5" or larger I would definitely extend the heater hose.
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That hose is a pain in the ass. It's ALWAYS in the way no matter what you're doing. It has a good bit of flex, though. I've pushed and pulled on mine for 2 years through two turbos and inlet pipes going in and out. It's still as strong today as it was the first time. With my never ending build, I am only replacing hoses that absolutely need to be replaced, and that hasn't been one of them yet.
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You can source your own for like $5 or so for everything.
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