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Old 06-27-2012, 08:53 PM   #6
Blktrax
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Join Date: Aug 2009
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: West, NC
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2002 WRX 221K Mi.
Original Motor and Turbo

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Well now that doesn't seem to be what I was told.

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Hello Blktrax,
Both of these things should not cause any issues. When you install a gasket the area will get mostly filled and there will be no leaking. As for the tube extending into the flex, that should not cause any significant turbulence.

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On 1/6/2012 7:13 AM, Blktrax wrote:
I received Ceramic up-pipe (p/n : 003002) yesterday and am excited to install it. However I have 2 questions just to verify this is ok to install.

First : The lower header flange has 2 low spots one about the size of a dime and the other 9mm wide but very near the gasket sealing surface.

Second: The internal part of the flex pipe, there is approx 25-30mm of pipe extending past the weld line on the turbo side of the flex joint. It would seem this lip inside the flex would rub and cause a significant amount of turbulence due to the gap around the pipe end. However not having installed one of these before I wanted to make sure this is how the pipe is designed.

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