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Question 930 Intake Boot?

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I'm planning to use a hard OEM 930 intake pipe (which goes to the compressor inlet) and I'm curious to know if these came with some sort of "intake boot" or sleeve, which stepped it up from 2.75" OD to 3.0" OD?

Here's a pic of what I'm talking about:



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The hard intake pipe had a rubber boot on both sides:

part number 930.110.158.01

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I believe the OD of the pipe and compressor inlet are the same on the stock turbo.
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I believe the OD of the pipe and compressor inlet are the same on the stock turbo.
Yeh, it's going to be a mismatch for me as I'm going to run a Garrett GT35R BB turbo, which has a 3.25" inlet on the compressor, so I have to step it down to 2.75" if I use one of those 930 inlet hard pipes

The turbo has a straight 3.25" to 3.0" silicone reducer on it, so I have to reduce it down further to 2.75"
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Check out this site. Maybe they have what you need.
http://hosetechniques.com/
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I had to double hose mine. A lot of people do it that way just cut a short piece of the smaller hose to fit the hard pipe then slide the larger hose over the top and clamp it down good.
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Quote:
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The hard intake pipe had a rubber boot on both sides:

part number 930.110.158.01

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Does this part step up the OD of the hard pipe to 3.0" ?
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