[s-cars] Samco Install - Turbo to x-over Complete - Thanks and a
mark.pollan at mci.com
Wed Jun 9 17:02:00 EDT 2004
Damn Igor!! Leave it to you to have a great idea with the barbed fitting.
Now I have to take her apart again after I get said fitting. Would you
please read my mind and provide me with those ideas BEFORE I need 'em ;-)
Now the concern. Those mongo McMaster constant torque clamps are in contact
with the engine ground strap. Over time should I be worried about the
clamps abrading through the strap? I really was trying to orient the clamps
differently but the routing of the strap prevents what I would deem
Thanks to all for the responses!!
P.S. So how do you know this Igor? :-)
P.P.S. I see some WOT runs in my evening plans.
From: Igor Kessel [mailto:kbattpo at verizon.net]
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 1:13 PM
To: Mark Pollan
Cc: s-car-list at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [s-cars] Samco Install - Turbo to x-over Question/Help Please
Mark Pollan wrote:
> Finally getting off of my arse and.
> The two part turbo to x-over hose(s) have me perplexed/concerned. The ID
> the piece that connects to the turbo outlet is significantly larger than
> ID of the hose going to the BPV. When I slip the copper connector into
> small hole on the turbo part of this masterpiece I have significant
> I don't think I'll be able to clamp it sufficiently to prevent leaks.
> For those that have either recently done this install, or for those with
> incredible memory, what was your experience here?
forget the smooth copper tube, get a barbed brass connector for a garden
instead. I am stressing the word "barbed" here. Oh, and don't forget to use
constant torque clamps. I am stressing the words "constant torque". All of
could be found at www.mcmaster.com.
Failing that you will be blowing off this little hose with a loud POP! under
boost in a 3 bar car. In the most embarrassing situations I might add. Like
example overtaking a determined 2.7tt S4. Go ahead, ask me how I know this.
two turbo quattros
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