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    Will it fit?

    Will the K&N system on my brothers 2001 A3 1.8T Quattro fit my 1998 A3 1.8T (non Quattro)??

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    yep aslong as its 2.5 inch same as the maf

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    Why don't you rob it off his car and try it?



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    yes
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    Quote Originally Posted by djdougalno1 View Post
    yep aslong as its 2.5 inch same as the maf
    How do you mean matey?? not familiar with the lingo round here

    we had a quick look at matching his K&N up with my standard setup and the senors (probably the MAP/MAF?) connections are different. Any ideas??
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    Quote Originally Posted by willygti View Post
    How do you mean matey?? not familiar with the lingo round here

    we had a quick look at matching his K&N up with my standard setup and the senors (probably the MAP/MAF?) connections are different. Any ideas??
    you can keep ure sensor dont need to change it just remove ure airbox and connect the induction kit to the maf sensor but it will fit no poblems

 

 

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