Originally Posted by Aegon
My Perrin turbo inlet pipe and the pipes of everyone else I know don't really fit the turbo well. It goes on, it doesn't go anywhere, it won't fall off, but the damn thing just doesn't seat perfectly. Maybe your jig needs adjusting.
You can make it fit if you loosen the turbo and readjust the turbo, but that can be a risky operation if you don't want leaks.
An e-mail I sent to you folks half a year ago recieved a response like "cut the pipe and make it fit". That isn't the type of response I expected.
I had a problem with the inlet hose as well. Mainly, it didn't come with the vacuum connections to put everything back together. My email was never returned however. Granted it is MUCh more durable then the OEM one but I figured with a pricetag like that, it would at least come with everything I needed for the install.
On a positive note, I do like the fact that you can install this without removing the mani