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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    where to buy & how much?

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    #2
    bro, i answered sa mmph thread mo.

    autoplus din meron yan, pero medyo pricey, parang 450 per inch for the connectors. try mo rin fusion R.

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    #3
    Quote Originally Posted by RedHousePainter
    where to buy & how much?

    Samco is too much moolah and not much of a gain/$$$. They're about $100 to $500 depending on the car and application.

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    #4
    ERL Motorwerx c/o Ernie Lorenzo also stocks SAMCO silicon hoses from time to time.

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    #5
    aesthetics lang ba 'to o meron talagang advantage?

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    #6
    may advantage. di sumisingaw mga pipes mo for intake, intercooler, etc. habang umiinit, mas lalong kumakapit ang silicon unlike rubber which does the opposite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssaloon
    may advantage. di sumisingaw mga pipes mo for intake, intercooler, etc. habang umiinit, mas lalong kumakapit ang silicon unlike rubber which does the opposite.
    well said.

    Had it installed to my then WRX on the I/C and radiator hose. I guess the biggest advantage of silicone hose is that it doesnt get as hot as the rubber.

    Ancillary hoses could be the eye-candy.
    http://www.oakos.com/Merchant2/graph...TCS135CRED.jpg

    But the I/C hose provides a smoother flow and heat resistant than the stock WRX I/C hose
    http://sportcompactcarweb.com/projec...ectwrx17_z.jpg
    Last edited by Karding; October 26th, 2005 at 12:42 AM.

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