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    One is a 90 and the other is a 45

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    On mine the supercharger to I/C is a 2.5" to 3" 45* reducer. From I/C to throttle body it's a 3" Cobra 90* then to a 3" x 2.5" 90* reducer. My plumbing is about as short a run as you can make I'm just not sure if the I/C location will work for your application (RXP). I like somefuns setup because his flow is smoother and less interupted with a real bling look!

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    I like the way that sounds Bling!!!! I made all my piping 3" and put a bushing on the SC and sealed it with a real good sealer.


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