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Silicone hoses from Forge Motorsport

Published:  30 May, 2016

Silicone hoses are more resilient and for most, look good too. The latest upgrade from Forge Motorsport is a race-quality intake hose for Audi's RS3 'hot hatch'. Designed as a direct replacement for the factory part, and featuring precise diameter apertures as per the original, to allow each hose to connect directly to the OEM fittings, the Forge upgrade offers enhancement over the original, with a much greater resistance to heat-cycling and fatigue, making it ideal for tuned, tracked or competition cars.

Not only are all Forge hoses designed to withstand much higher pressures and temperatures than any original equipment hose, they are also available in three different colourways. This Forge Motorsport hose replaces the factory convoluted plastic hose that goes from the intake to the hard turbo inlet pipe.

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