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JFairman JFairman is offline
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I've never heard any hum or buzz from good working analog or digital MSD 6 Al ignitions. They are totally silent.

That turbo has a problem. Probably needs a rebuild or live with it till it becomes a smoker. Jacking the car up and down quickly won't do anything like that. I see a 3k emblem in the compressor housing but can't tell which one it is.

The short 2.75" inner diameter multi ply reinforced hose that has oil seeping out around it can be bought at any hydraulic hose supply place for less than $10. A silicone hose is best because it is much more heat resistant and they are more pliable so they're easier to get on and off. They look better anyway.
That one may be OK to use still if it isn't cracked and it will seal better with a T-bolt clamp or a new worm gear hose clamp instead of a worn out old skinny hose clamp.

Or buy a new hose from a fellow Pelican member here... Darrin has the red ones on clearance right now for $2. The hump hose will work fine.
Your's looks like an original 2.75" ID hose all the way through, not a tapered one.

http://www.racepartsolutions.com/index.php/categories1/part/silicone-hose/silicone-hose-2-75-id-3-ply-coupler-black-pn-275blk-race-part-solutions

The 2.75" ID hump hose he has on clearance right now for $2.
http://www.racepartsolutions.com/index.php/categories1/561-375-6277/clearance/2-75-id-silicone-hump-hose-connector-red-race-part-solutions
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