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    Inlet size of let turbo

    Done a search but its not to good on my phone can someone tell me the inlet size of a let and also of a vxr turbo please

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    both 60mm matey.

    outlet 51mm
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    Thank You

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    also is that the same size for the afm? basically just lookin at havin a 90 degree bend of the rubo to the afm to my air filter

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    whats the OD of the outlet, does anyone know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoonz View Post
    also is that the same size for the afm? basically just lookin at havin a 90 degree bend of the rubo to the afm to my air filter
    let afm is 70mm, and vxr afm is 80mm iirc

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    ok cool so i could get a 90degree 60mm to 70mm bend then a 70mm to watever my airfilter is striaght pipe

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    U need a 70mm to 60mm silicone reducing bend, if ur doin a 1.9 airbox then u'll need a 70mm aluminium 90degree bend and a 70mm joiner. If ur doin an induction kit then u'll need the reducing bend and a 45degree bend wiv 1 of the legs cut down and a joiner. Depending on weather the induction kit outlet is 1 that has a rubber end or a hard plastic end depends on weather u'll need 2 joiners or not. 1 from the 45 to the afm and 1 from the afm to the cone filter. Hope this hasn't confused u more! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sri_kev View Post
    whats the OD of the outlet, does anyone know?

    Sorry for hijacking this thread!
    It's 60mm mate.

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    4got 2 say that the silicone bends have the measurement internally and the aluminium bends r outer diameter so they can join together. I got all mine from ebay from a guy called mrsilicone good quality and good price!

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