This Forge Motorsport hardpipe kit allows replacement of the restrictive plastic pipe on the left side of the engine bay, which includes a resonator/noise generator from the factory, allowing this all to be removed.
There is no real need for the OEM pipe to be the shape it is - there is a lot of room enabling us to make the replacement pipe fully round rather than oval in section, which improves flow on remapped cars. Our kit also includes a replacement silicone hose and jubilee clips to join our hardpipe to the throttle body, and the hose is available in red, blue or black.
This can be complimented with our FMKTRCZ silicon turbo hoses and FMINTRCZ2 intercooler to completely remove all OEM pipework from the turbo to the throttle body.
Please Note: In line with our policy to constantly review, revise, and improve our product range, the appearance of the product you receive may differ from the one advertised.
All Forge Motorsport products come with a limited lifetime warranty. All warranty claims must be accompanied by the original proof of purchase to enable us to help you. Failure to supply this proof will result in your claim or enquiry being denied.
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Do not use aggressive (acidic) car cleaning products, particularly traffic film remover solutions or shampoos to clean your intercooler, radiator or oil cooler. The use of these products can damage Forge Motorsport cooling systems and invalidate your warranty. These are often found at car washes. A light, warm, soapy solution (free of harsh acidic cleaning compounds) should be used to clean you cooler and thoroughly rinsed away. We recommend that you should inspect your product on a regular basis for bent and/or crushed fins. Any bent fins should be carefully straightened to allow ambient air to pass through the core face. At the time of installing your Forge radiator, an approved coolant must be used and added to the coolant system. Be sure you never mix coolant and always use distilled water.