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    confused, fmic

    i have just bought a fmic off ebay, the universal one.

    i am confused as to where i can get the piping.

    also does it need a bit for the sensor to go?

    Could someone link me to the correct stuff..

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    piping has to be made, most people use alot of samco hoses (if you do a search will find loads of options)
    as for the sensor yes it needs fitting, easiest way is to get a VXR boost pipe which has the hold init to fit the sensor already,

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    could be worth reading this http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...ht=fitted+fmic
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    ok i have found where im going to buy the pipes from.

    one question, what size pipes do i need? 6mm 8mm 10mm 102mm etc etc?

    if someone could let me know so i can order

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    Matey i got 63mm running through mine.
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    ok sweet, where is the cheapest place to get them as i need 7 90degree elbows and joiner pipes

    and also if im ordering 63mm hoses should i get say 60mm joiners so the hoses fit round? or is 63mm joiners ok to

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reading-Astra View Post
    and also if im ordering 63mm hoses should i get say 60mm joiners so the hoses fit round? or is 63mm joiners ok to
    can someone confirm this before i order?

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    anyone... still waiting to order

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    if you want 63mm hoses you will need 63mm hose jiners.

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    ok i take it the silicon hoses will fit over the solid pipes/joiners yea?

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