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      11-15-2009, 06:28 PM   #1
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I have for sale a Stett chargepipe elbow. If you are looking to get rid of your elbow on your stock chargepipe that flexes when you are boosting, then this is a great mod. Or if you plan on running meth and don't want to drill your stock elbow this will work well. It is very strong so don't worry about it ripping of tearing. The only reason I am getting rid of it is because I finally fit the stett upper intercooler pipe and I had to use a smaller Stett coupler to make it work, so I do not need this anymore. I will let it go for 5k plus shipping, as an incentive I will donate 1% of the the sale to your favorite charity.





Just in case you guys didn't buy that I will take $33 shipped but I can't promise to donate any of that to charity, so let your conscience decide.

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      11-16-2009, 04:16 AM   #2
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Nobody wants to get rid of their weak flexing factory elbow with the ribs in it that disturbs the airflow?
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This is a quote from ETS and why the accordian tube is a no no. Even though they are talking about their intercooler the concept still applies, the accordian tube is a problem.

Stock system has an accordion hose at the inlet. This hose will create turbulence because of the ribbed design.
ETS Solution- Extend the inlet tube to reach the stock turbo outlet pipe and use a straight, smooth silicone coupler.
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bump! lol guess not, i have no idea what this will even do for me lol. glws
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It gets rid of the accordian tube that flexes and causes turbulance in the stock elbow.
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This is a quote from ETS and why the accordian tube is a no no. Even though they are talking about their intercooler the concept still applies, the accordian tube is a problem.

Stock system has an accordion hose at the inlet. This hose will create turbulence because of the ribbed design.
ETS Solution- Extend the inlet tube to reach the stock turbo outlet pipe and use a straight, smooth silicone coupler.
Don't quite understand why you're getting rid of this...

Are you running one of the newer Stett chargepipes with the meth bungs? Isn't this elbow part of that kit?

The part you're talking about seems to be on the compressor side while this piece you're trying to sell replaces the part on the throttle side of the intercooler.
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Yes I know But the concept still applies. On the hotside you have the same accordian tube that flexes and causes turbulance just like the elbow on the factory chargepipe. The only reason I am selling it is because I have the Stett intercooler that comes with all new piping (that I finally stopped being lazy and finally put on) that replaces it with a hardpipe and a smaller coupler so I have no need for it anymore. Yes the Stett charge pipe came with this elbow that is to be used if you have the stock intercooler or another intercooler that stops in the stock location, but when using it with the stett intercooler you don't need it anymore as the piping comes all the way together. This is actually a very good mod, when the stock hose flexes and cause turbulance with its ribbed design you are working your turbos harder.
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Bump.
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Bump still available, I can't believe I still have this, its a cheap mod that works especially if you need something to mount your meth nozzle without using your stock elbox.
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