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Pusher 3" Hot & Cold Side Charge Tubes for 2011-14 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke w/ Throttle Valve Adapter
Pusher 3" Hot & Cold Side Charge Tubes with Throttle Valve Adapter for the 2011-2014 Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Super Duty trucks.
 
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Base Price $489.99

Price with Selected Options: $489.99


Product Code: PFP1114KTA


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Save $20 when you combine the Pusher 3" Hot & Cold Side Charge Tubes with our Throttle Valve Adapter. Replace your failure prone OEM plastic charge tubes with fully machined, mandrel bent, and TIG welded assemblies to fix the problem for good. This is the go-to setup for shops and truck owners alike looking for the highest quality solution for an OEM tuned truck.
FEATURES
  • Replaces the restrictive failure prone plastic factory cold side charge tube as well as the hot side
  • Fully TIG welded 3" mandrel bent steel tubing with machined IAT sensor port and two auxiliary 1/8" NPT ports
  • Engineered for optimum routing and best fitment
  • Includes a fully machined 6061-T6 throttle valve adapter that is anodized in our signature titanium finish for superior corrosion control
  • Includes all new HD silicone connections and full stainless t-bolt clamps
  • Proven to hold compound turbo system boost levels
  • Tested for over two years with Pusher's North American dealer network to ensure these are the best charge tubes available
  • Stocked in six colors for same day shipping on most orders (orders must be placed by 3pm EST for same day shipping). Custom colors available, please contact us for a quote

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5 of 5 Product: Pusher 3" Hot & Cold Side Charge Tubes fo June 21, 2020
Reviewer: Ralph Keith from Yarmouth, ME United States  
During installation of the hot side pipe I used the recommended silicone spray so that the rubber connect sleeve could be put over the end of the tube more easily.  Instructions should include a recomendation NOT to leave the sleeve on the tube for any period of time before connecting to the cooler inlet.  By leaving the rubber Steve on the charge tube it becomes almost impossible to move and connect to the cooler inlet.  I ended up putting the tube with sleeve in a pot of boiling water before I could get the sleeve to move from the charge tube so that it could be connected to the cooler intake. otherwise excellent design with good flow for the charge tubes.

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