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#1 Old 04-04-2010, 02:32 PM
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Silicone Vacuum Lines

Going through every vac line on my 03' Most, well many of my hoses break in half when you bump them. I don't think they started out as hard lines, but they're so brittle they just snap. SO...I find many many choices of vacuum hose ranging from fairly inexpensive, to "that must me a misprint". I know the standard answer will be you get what you pay for, but any advice on a choice for the entire engine bay?

I've been looking at these:

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Silicone Hose and Clamps

SamcoSport Rest of World - Rp Vacuum Tubing

I'm leaning towards Samco, having several hoses under the hood already, but....well, opinions?
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This is the kit I always look at if I want/need to replace my stock lines.

Samco Ancillary Hose Kit - Engine Dress-Up

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I just installed that on Wednesday. Luckily I just drove to RallySportDirect and picked it up, no shipping.

But I'm talking about the vacuum lines..connecting the B.O.V.....the T-fitting right over the turbo.....etc
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it's relatively inexpensive, and can't be that hard to do...seems like a no brainer to me

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It's quite easy, I replaced several that I broke......just wondering if anyone had a preference on brands.
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