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Old 01-04-2009, 07:24 PM   #1
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Default MAF intake pipe too big for turbo inlet

So I got a brand new turbo xs maf intake for christmas. I have a perrin turbo inlet thats just a tad smaller in diameter. What should i do about it? should i just try and work my way in there or is there some type of adapter.
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Old 01-04-2009, 07:39 PM   #2
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So I got a brand new turbo xs maf intake for christmas. I have a perrin turbo inlet thats just a tad smaller in diameter. What should i do about it? should i just try and work my way in there or is there some type of adapter.
i would meassure it and see how big of a difference it is. if it's like 2.5in to a 3in. then it definitely wouldn't work.. but if it's slightly bigger where you can just force it in then why not? but it might be a pita to take off. i'm unsure how big the turbo xs intake is but the one i had a year ago worked fine with my gimmick inlet...
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