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      02-12-2013, 10:57 PM   #1
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Tightening Intercooler Hoses for JB4

Hey guys, im relatively new to the whole scene. I just got a JB4 Gen 5. A buddy of mine (has a fully built BT A4) highly suggested that I replace my gaskets and tighten the hoses to my intercooler before running the tune.

Is this absolutely necessary? I am actually taking my car to BMW to have them check out a noise at start up. Should I get them to do it (tighten hoses) or is it something I can do? I have close to 0 experience working on cars. I have installed 1 Jb3, brakes and changed oil and thats it...

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      02-12-2013, 11:00 PM   #2
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It's not necessary. If BMW will check then have them but otherwise install the tune and enjoy.
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Not necessary, but i could see the concern. If a hose does come off you'll know and it'll be an easy fix.
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What type of grease is used for the connections at the in/out inter cooler & at throttle body for the orings?
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If you have a stock intercooler, there's no way to tighten the hose clamps on your intercooler: they have one-time-use, non-adjustable hose clamps.
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The stock FMIC dousn't use clamps, so you can't tighten anything. Which gaskets?
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