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If your looking for a UNIQUE one of a kind mod here ya go, this gets u alot of WOW'S at car shows or anytime u raise the hood

Also a good monitoring tool for checking fluid level and colorization


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kit includes a pyrex glass tube,two thermal self tightning clamps u heat up with a heat gun

add on Led kit red, blue,or green







This fits all Hondas 06 and up , enjoy the video

Clear Glass Coolant Line Kit - YouTube
 

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Can any of your parts work on a R18 because I am interested in most of your engine modifications but I have an R18
 

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Guys for any one interested,I know what its like not to have the proper tools and a warm garage to work in, so anyone buying the coolant line if u send me a new civic radiator hose or i will purchase for u and just add that to the cost, i will make all the splices and heat seal connections for u that way all u have to do is remove your old hose and replace with the new coolant line and fill to propper level , no charge for this service :thumbsup:

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Got anything that will handle the heat of a turbo? I'm faced with replacing lines yearly from the heat breakdown of rubber.
 

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Got anything that will handle the heat of a turbo? I'm faced with replacing lines yearly from the heat breakdown of rubber.
This pyrex will handle it,the only rubber on the tube is is a small section on both ends to allow for movement with the engine and slight vibration,the turbo would be on the passenger side of bay correct

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This pyrex will handle it,the only rubber on the tube is is a small section on both ends to allow for movement with the engine and slight vibration,the turbo would be on the passenger side of bay correct

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Yeh, I'm using about a foot of 5/16" fuel line to and from antifreeze hookups on the turbo. I have to change it yearly from breakdown.
 
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