Pusher Max 3" Driver-side Charge Tube for 2004.5-10 Duramax LLY / LBZ / LMM Trucks

$239.99 - $264.99
SKU:
PGD0410HP
Weight:
29.00 LBS
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All steel products must be coated prior to installation. See “Powder Coating 101” under Articles for more information.
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Description

Description

The Pusher Max Driver-Side Charge Tube routes air from your factory turbocharger along a more streamlined path to the intercooler via our mandrel bent 3” tubing. Not only is the engine bay cleaned up by this more efficient routing, the 9% shorter flow path delivers an 86% increase in airflow over the factory components it replaces. The design of this charge tube was purposeful; ours does not contact any of the surrounding engine bay parts as other designs have been known to do. Our design also eliminates the problematic curved factory coupler.

  • Fully TIG welded with precise settings to produce beautiful welds and optimal penetration without impacting air flow.
  • Includes heavy duty 5-ply silicone couplers and full stainless T-bolt clamps.
  • Eliminates the problematic curved factory coupler at the inter cooler inlet. Does not rub on the driver-side inner fender or any other engine bay components like other designs tend to do.
  • Additional options include various powder coat colors.
Reviews

Reviews (34)

Mike huff Jan 1st 2023

Lly duramax

Well pleased will the products I ordered for my sons truck lly duramax ybridge and the inter cooler pipes

Jamin V. Jan 25th 2022

Drivers side charge tube 2008 gmc LMM

I bought my truck used and once I bought it I realized that the aftermarket AFE charge tube was rubbing and vibrating (and not in a good way…) on the brake hydroboost. I researched what to replace it with and came across the Pusher charge tube. Bought it in red to match my truck and install was a breeze. Fitment and routing were perfect and no more bad touches on the booster! Thanks Pusher!

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU:
PGD0410HP
Weight:
29.00 LBS
tooltip|powder-coat:
All steel products must be coated prior to installation. See “Powder Coating 101” under Articles for more information.
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