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Re: Twinair coolant leak from turbo the pipe

Quote Originally Posted by liorwohl View Post
so if i get the new tank, I also have to replace the hose?



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No, even if the pipe of the new tank is thicker, the hose needs not to be replaced, but you can't use the original clamp.

I compared it with my new 2017 500 S, already has the new cooling liquid tank, but the same diameter hose, connects to the turbo.

Lars
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