Process West Traditional Turbo Upgrade Hose - Subaru Models (inc. 2008-2014 WRX / 2005-2009 Legacy GT)
Manufacturer Part # PWSH001
Bundle Savings:MSRP: $91.14
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On this page, you are looking at the Process West Traditional Turbo Upgrade Hose. This particular hose has been designed to allow those with 08+ models to run a turbocharger designed from the 02-07 year to have a proper connection from the turbo to the intercooler.
Here are the details:
- Made from heavy-duty multi-layered silicone fibers
- Black FInish
- Note that this hose only works on the Process West Top Mount Intercooler Only. It will not work with a stock intercooler.
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Not yet installed but looks good
Snobrder540 6 months ago
I have not yet installed this hose as my turbo has not arrived yet. The hose was packaged well andf arrived when expected. based on holding the hose in its intended location it appears as if it will fit perfectly. It does not come with new hose clamps but the ones I am currently have installed looks like they will work. I will try to remember to update the review once the hose is installed. I will be installing it on an 08 WRX with the PW Verticooler and the FP Blue turbo.
Wroks great on my Dom 1.5XTR
speedgsx9860021 4 years ago
Fits my Dom 1.5XTR just in case anyone was wondering.
axel_javier23 5 years ago
If you're looking to upgrade your stock turbo and intercooler, this is a very important part of your set up. The process west come with the flamege and hose for the stock turbo, this part will perfectly fit and no modifications are needed.
lott10076387 5 years ago
I just switched over to a PW TMIC on my '08 wrx. I have a Blouch16g-xtr, that is the sti style turbo. The hose fits very well. No issues at 22psi. (I believe the turbo side of this hose is 2, the 16g is a little smaller, but no leaks with a t-bolt clamp.)
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Hood won’t close AEscobarr 3 months agoAnswer
I just purchased and install the Process West Verticooler with the traditional hose for my 2009 Wrx. Im running the tomei arms m8265 turbo but the only problem is that when I go to close my hood,the traditional hose gets in the way and doesn’t allow for the hood to close all the way. Any suggestions on what I can do??
A: We recommend removing any ducting that may get in the way or try re-routing your intercooler hose piping.
Jared A. 22 days ago
Q: Fit B 12 months agoAnswer
I have a 2014 WRX and the older style flat top PW intercooler. I have a 1.5xt-r with the 3in inlet. Is this the right hose for that turbo/intercooler setup? Also I would just need the Perrin 3in turbo inlet as well correct?
A: This hose will fit your turbo as long as it has a 2in outlet.
Process West 11 months ago
Q: Dimensions nickcaudill 1 year agoAnswer
Hey, what is the diameter on both ends for this hose so I know which size clamps to buy? I haven't found it listed anywhere even on their website.
A: The outter diameter of each end of the hose is 65mm and 74mm.
Connor M. 1 year ago
Q: .. luvmysubie 6 years agoAnswer
will work on 2012 wrx?
A: As per the confirmed applications list, this will work with the 2012 WRX. Thank you!
Sterling W. 6 years ago
Q: Bigger turbo ic3ken 6 years agoAnswer
Will this pipe fit with the Process West TMIC and an ATP GTX3076R externally gated turbo?
A: I have not seen anybody use that setup before. It looks like it would be a really tight fit if it does work and would probably require modification. Another option is to mount the wastegate on the up pipe and use a wastegate block-off plate on the turbo.
Zach G. 6 years ago