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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-01-2011, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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We now have multi-layered reinforced silicone radiator hoses for the Milano. They are not technically for sale at the moment which I why I don't have them in the classifieds.We have them in both red, and black.

They come with stainless steel protector clamps that don't have serrations that can dig into the hose materiel. They are in stock and should be for sale within a couple weeks, hopefully less.

The page on my site for this product is here: Silicone Radiator Hose Kits The page is there, but it's under construction

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-01-2011, 03:38 PM
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reckon i would be able to just buy the 2 small pieces going to the heads? i already have full silicone except those 2 pieces.

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Yes, you will! We plan to sell all the hoses individually but with clamps.

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that's cool how my car can have red vanes under the bonnet
I think i wiil get new number plats ( its alive) LOL

All joke aside thank you thats awesome.will you post to aussie??

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yep, i live in victoria and im running greg's silicone intake and vacuum hoses, very happy with all of it and very happy with his customer service.

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yes, I know i have his supercharging book it's a very good read.

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So which colour gives the best cooling?

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jazig and alphie, thanks for the kind words. We will certainly post to Australia, and most other places in the world.

Special thanks for reading my book. It was a lot of work to write that.

Which color is best for cooling? Blue! However it works so well it doesn't allow the heater to work in the winter time so it's available in warmer climates only. KIDDING! Personally I like red, it really brings these engine bays alive, and it's sort of a historical racing color on Italian cars.

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just a thought can you get the top hose in red white and green . JUST JOKING

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Do you have any thoughts to make hoses for the 75 ts? (radiator, cacum, intake)
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post #11 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-03-2011, 09:09 PM Thread Starter
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I have had thoughts on making a lot of things including the 75TS and 75 1.8 Turbo. However I just spent a lot on the molds to make the Spider hoses so I need to wait until I have sold some before moving on to the next car. I think the GTV6 2.5 will be next, not sure what Alfa to do after that.

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