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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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F3 675: change the silicone hoses

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I'm thinking to change the original silicone hoses with Samco or TBF Performance silicone hoses.
My bike isn't used on track but only on road and I would do this change only to be quiet for eventual problem with original silicone hoses.

What do you think?
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"Dont fix what isnt broken"
If the hoses start to give signs of swelling or drying out, its indeed better to prevent leakage/damage

Eventually everything breaks down once. But if its not needed right now, why bother?

It looks cool visually with some red hoses for example. But if you only want to fit them to prevent 'upcoming' problems, I woudnt.
Though if you can snap a deal on a set hoses. Buy and put them away for the time being.

Also, I dont know if the OEM hoses are rubber or silicone. But silicone lasts a very long time. Or so I have heard/read.


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"Dont fix what isnt broken"
It's correct but I was thinking to change the silicone hoses because I will do the 18.000km maintenance where I will do different thing on the bike:
- ordinary maintenance
- valve clearance control (on 12.000km maintenance it hasn't been done)
- throttle body cleaning (I think that on 18.000km maintenance is a good idea to do it)
- rear hub maintenance

and so, to do a complete maintenance, I was thinking to do this change.
These are Samco silicone hoses https://evolutionbike.it/mvagustasto.../f3/agu-4.html (with clips steel kit https://evolutionbike.it/mvagustasto...3/clikit2.html ).
What do you think? Which hoses will be changed?

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Well, you didnt mentioned that in your original post.
I thought, from today onto tomorrow "lets just change the hoses" beqause I can.

If you're doing a thoroughly maintenance on and around the bike.
Opening her up and fluid changes what have you not. Yeah sure, its the perfect time to replace/upgrade ALL the coolant hoses, not just 1 single piece.

*And to have warranty on your samco hoses you NEED the samco clips.

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Is this kit ( https://evolutionbike.it/mvagustasto.../f3/agu-4.html ) complete of ALL coolant hoses? Or are necessary others hoses?
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Is this kit ( https://evolutionbike.it/mvagustasto.../f3/agu-4.html ) complete of ALL coolant hoses? Or are necessary others hoses?
A quick google search to their website can reveal alot of information.

But this is what I found on their own website:
3 hoses are in the packeging.
So buying from evolutionbike or designcorse both websites show 3 hoses.
Just dont forget to purchase the Samco hose clips. As I said before: Samco has warranty on their hoses but only if you also use their clips
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Also TBF Performance kit has 3 hoses ( https://www.tbfperformance-shop.com/...3-675-800.html ).
I'm confused if it's better Samco or TBF Performance.
What do you think about it?
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Hoses are hoses man. Will the other brand flow a tiny bit better and have 0.2 degree better cooling..who knows....heck who cares.
The people that I usually see buy new hoses go for Samco.

Must be a good and reliable brand, so take that route. You know its good quality.
+ I believe some F3 owners on forum here also fitted Samco and didnt hear them complain
*Reviews on designcorse are 5 stars or the hoses.

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