Several months ago, I was interested in some way to dress up my engine bay. After talking to a few people, they suggested colored vacuum lines. I called around, and nobody had them in stock except RRE. I had no idea how many feet my car took, or what sizes so I asked Mike. He said that he really hadn't had anyone interested in changing all their hoses, but would go out and get a list of what was needed together. Needless to say, I placed an order right then and there. The total at that time was about $20. You can call Mike at Road Race Engineering at (714) 899-1220
A couple days later, some people on IRC were asking me about the hoses, so I told them to call Mike and ask for the hoses I bought. They called, and Mike refered to it as "The Larson Hose Kit" and thats how it got its name J
Over the last couple weeks, I've had more people asking me how they looked, and what hoses needed to be replaced, so I figured it was time to make a web page. One guy on IRC (Russell Chozick, Aqua_Man on IRC) took some pictures of his engine bay. As you can see, he bought red hoses. I have yellow hose on my car, and it looks great.
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For a 2nd gen, it will contain the following silicone hose, in the color of your choice.
If you wish to replace your boost gauge hose, be sure to order enough to go from where you have it tapped into the vacuum system to where your gauge is mounted. 6 feet *should* be enough, but your mileage will vary.
If you like, you can contact me directly (Remember! I don't sell the kit!). email@example.com
Click on thumbnails to view larger pictures. The first set of pictures are of Russell Chozicks car. The second set with yellow is my car.
These have alot more yellow. I found some yellow wire loom and put it all over the place. I duno, sometimes I think there is to much yellow. I may take some off in the future. Any opions?
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