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I have for sale 1m of 2" orange heat resistant ducting, and 2no. aluminium air inlets to suit

Ducting is flexible and durable, will not kink, and will withstand temperatures from -80°C up to +310°C

The inlets are a brushed aluminium finish with Hidden Integral Flange For Neat And Secure Installation that Maximises Velocity/Transfer

All is brand new, unused, and still in original packaging

It could be used for a various applications from brake ducts, air intakes, cockpit ventilation, etc...

All together including delivery, this lot cost £72.60 from demon tweeks. Please see links below:

Automotive Plumbing Solutions Single Layer Ducting Hose - Demon Tweeks

Revotec High Flow Aluminium Air Inlet - Demon Tweeks

Technical specification from vendors website is below:


Single Layer Ducting Hose from Automotive Plumbing solutions (APS).

These hoses are constructed from flexible, temperature resistant black neoprene or brown silicone and feature a wire helix to prevent kinking and ensure air flow even where sharp bends are used.

APS Single Layer Ducting Hose is the perfect solution for brake ducts, air intakes, cockpit ventilation and other low pressure / vacuum applications.

Available in Black Neoprene or Brown Silicone.

Suitable for temperature ranges from -80°C up to +310°C. This is suitable for high temperature applications like ducting air to brakes.


The Revotec High Flow Aluminium Air Inlet range is finished in a brushed aluminium finish for a corrosion resistant, subtle but high quality installation.

The high flow aluminium air inlets have specific geometry for maximising intake velocity. These hose inlets have been manufactured with a unique rear mounting flange, which allows the hose end, which may be unsightly, to be hidden and tucked away out of sight. The hose is then simply secured into place with the included hose clip and fixed into its final position with the universal fixing kit. The aluminium ensures the installation reduces weight as much as possible, without sacrificing under bonnet appearance or the 'finish' of the ducting.




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Ok. Ill have it.

PM me your paypal mate..

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