Getting ready to order the silicone boots and misc. pieces to start fabbing up the tubing for my intercooler setup and have a quick question: I keep reading that running a 90 degree silicone boot is a bad thing - leaves a lot of the boot left unsupported to blow up like a balloon and fail. But this information comes from people who are running much more boost than the 10 or so pounds my IDI will put out. It would make the job much easier if I could just run a 90 degree boot for the in/out connection on the intercooler than if I were to run straight boots and put a 90 in the tubing. Anyone out there successful running these?