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Just get a 3" to 2 3/4" silicone reducer. Thats the simplest solution I'd say.

The OEM turbo has a 2 3/4" OD on the compressor/cold side. If you have gone with a K27 with an "S" cover, then yes, it'd be 3.0" OD. You'd need a reducer to interface the new compressor to your existing intake pipe.

I understand how you feel... little things like this can really put a damper on upgrades
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