I have a 66 h2e and 250/100, and my intercooler boots keep blowing off ever since I ran it at the track last night and it blew off between the 1/8th and quarter. So its time to get some new boots and clamps. What is everyone running and where can I get a good boot???
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clays boots are cheaper in everyway. quality, fit etc.
.....as with most of his knockoffs err products.
dieselsites are higher quality, a better fit and will last ten times as long.
Wow... You just went there?
Please educate me as to what products are a knock off?
His boots are FAR better then the ones I had on my truck. But wait, I have had both products... Humm how could I give a opinion on something I have used, and installed on several trucks?
Not knocking Bob's, they worked fine for me, however they were straight boots, with no bellows and no give. They loved to blow off my turbo at about 40psi (I have the dent in my hood from it happening over and over). They were more or less just cut pieces of heavy hose.
Clays are made for our trucks, bellowed where they need to be for flex and have yet to blow off at 55psi. Single clamped now rather then double clamped like the Dieselsite boots.
What other "knock off" product are you referring too... And careful what you say, because I have been testing off and on for Clay for about 18 months now...