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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of intercooler pipes to ensure that you have every intercooler pipe option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of intercooler pipes, so that whether you are looking for a intercooler pipe kit or a turbo intercooler pipe or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your intercooler pipe needs!

If you are running a turbocharged vehicle, chances are you have had to deal with a boost leak at some point. Because of increased pressures, hoses and pipes on turbocharged vehicles are increasingly prone to failure. If your intercooler pipes are leaking or damaged it is crucial to replace them quickly before expensive engine damage occurs. Here at Andy's Auto Sport we have a full selection of intercooler pipes for you to choose from. Whether you want OEM replacements or high-performance upgrades, you are sure to find the perfect intercooler pipes in our expansive collection.
The intercooler and pipes on a turbocharged vehicle are part of the intake system. So any restrictions in this area can mean a reduction of power output. If you are running an upgraded turbo it is highly recommended that you also run larger intercooler pipes. A larger intercooler pipe diameter will allow for increased flow which ultimately leads to more power and efficiency. When upgrading your intercooler pipes we also strongly encourage you to upgrade intercooler hoses and hose clamps at the same time to prevent boost leaks and failures in the future.
Q: What are intercooler pipes? Why buy them? How do I know which intercooler pipes to buy?
A: Turbochargers put off a tremendous amount of heat, so in order to maximize power most turbocharged vehicles utilize intercoolers which are essentially radiators that cool off the intake charge. This cooler, denser air is capable of producing significantly more horsepower. In order to connect your intercooler to your engine a series of intercooler pipes are utilized. These pipes come in varying diameters and shapes to accommodate both factory and custom aftermarket intercooler setups. Intercooler pipes also come in both hard (aluminum) and soft (silicone) forms allowing for added strength or flexibility where needed.

Choosing the appropriate intercooler pipes for your setup can be a tricky proposition. The first thing you will want to find out is what diameter pipe you require. You will want to measure both your intercooler inlet/outlet diameter and turbo outlet diameter and get pipes that line up with these measurements. There are couplers that allow you to step up or step down in size if necessary. Once you have established the diameter of the piping you will want to figure out if you need a complete set or just one or two individual pipes. For a custom setup you may have to buy each pipe individually to make the setup work, but if you are replacing a stock intercooler setup a full intercooler piping kit may do the job. Lastly you will want to make sure you have all the necessary flexible couplers and hose clamps to attach the pipes firmly and prevent boost leaks. Never assume that a generic intercooler piping kit will work for your vehicle, do some research first and order as necessary.

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