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Catalic converter ends to paper hoses

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by Barry Rupp, May 2, 2008.

  1. Barry Rupp

    Barry Rupp Donating Member

    While installing tune up partsI noticed the metal tubes protuding from the c.c. were completely rusted off. They are exactly the same diameter as a 3/4 inch plastic pipe .I know the pvc will melt, but has anyone jerryrigged something to connect the papper pipes to?:confused:
     
  2. jay woods

    jay woods Member

    try jb weld and 3/4 inch copper tubing.
     
  3. geoffreyr66

    geoffreyr66 Member

    That paper pipe is a foil coated paper. You should be able to buy that at your local UAP/NAPA auto parts place.
     
  4. rpm

    rpm Member

    You want some flex tubing, maybe flex pipe for natural gas heaters would work.
     
  5. Jonathan collett

    Jonathan collett New Member

    What exactly is this pipe? I noticed mine is also broke at converter.
     
  6. Wheelie

    Wheelie Member

    Its a heat tube for preheating the intake air for cold starts and faster warm up. From the exhaust manifold it should have a paper like foil tube that should join to a plastic rectangle box that may or may not have a vacuum hose going to it and then into your airbox. If you live in a warmer climate like me (Texas) then they are unnecessary. even in colder climates they aren't that necessary unless you get into freezing temps but can help the thing warm up faster. I eliminated mine and did a snorkel so I can venture across water without sucking it up. I do more water crossings than dealing with the cold.
     
  7. KCCats

    KCCats Member

    Copper or conduit would work.
    I am thinking of removing my manifold completely and making one from steel welded pipe!
    I will likely take a steel or copper T and put it around the outlet pipe and then drill and tape the T and put 3 bolts on each side to hold it off the exhaust!
     

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