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Hard Pipe for Ford Fiesta Mk7.5 (2013 – 2017) ST – 1.6T – 182HP The Ramair Crossover Turbo Intake Hard Pipe (part no. HP-180) has been designed to replace the standard OEM plastic turbo intake pipe on the Ford Fiesta ST 180.
The pipe is constructed to provide a constant 70mm radius reducing restriction throughout the intake tract, right back to the turbo inlet.
The pipe has a laser cut, tig welded bracket allowing you to utilise the standard intake pipe mounting point, it also also has CNC- machined connection for the factory re-circulation hose.
The pipe is supplied with high quality Stainless Steel W2 hose clamps and silicone reducer to connect to the turbo inlet.
The hose is made from ultra-lightweight aluminium and is bent as a single piece meaning there’s no unsightly welds or joins.
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Since 1981 our innovation, creativity and quality has been utilised in the following motorsport sectors: Formula 1, Formula 3, DTM, WRC, Formula Ford, Le Mans Series, BTCC, WTCC
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