Silicone Boost Hoses for the Audi TTRS or Audi RS3 | Forge


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A set of five silicone boost/intercooler hoses for the Audi TT RS or Audi RS3. Forge Motorsport design these hoses so they can withstand pressures that can be experienced on tuned and re-chipped engines. They will long outlast the original hoses and with our limited lifetime warranty on all Forge products, you can be sure these hoses won't let you down.

This set of hoses are available in red, blue, black, or green, meaning you can find the perfect colour to match your car. Simply select your choice using the options above. 

  • The Forge silicone hoses in this kit have been designed to include an expensive inner liner of modified silicone known as Fluorosilicone.
  • This means the hoses are suitable to be used with  either modern long-life coolants, Organic Acid Technology coolants (O.A.T.) or air containing oil mist.
  • The construction of the hoses has been engineered to exceed that of the OEM fitments, and will enhance any engine bay both technically and aesthetically
  • The use of a Fluorosilicone liner ensures that Forge silicone hoses are the clear market leader.
  • Lifetime warranty*

 

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