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    A3 2.0L TDI induction kit

    hi guys, not long had my 2004 A3 2.0TDI, i want to get an induction kit but not sure what to go for, i mainly want it for the sound. so could anyone advise me on whats the bets i.e k&n, pipercross or BMC also will the car 'dump' through the kit.

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    WANT - facelift conversion with black grill (pm me if anyone has got any parts goin) remap, green cotton filter. and maybe a little install

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    In my opinion, there is no point and the sound will not be any better. You will get obvious suction but the car will benefit more with a remap and just a panel filter from Green.

    Thats what I had in my TDI and it was 175bhp 306lb/ft and went rightly!!

    Apparently Forge are in the middle of developing a TDI CAI so keep an eye out on the forum.

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    ok thanks where would be the best place to get a remap from? i am located in the midlands so dont want to travel to the other side of the country lol, also where is the best place to get a the panel filter from?
    04 Audi A3 2.0tdi Sport (140)
    GOT - Pretty standard at the moment, HIDs, Rear Tints, 18" S Line alloys, Wind Deflectors.
    WANT - facelift conversion with black grill (pm me if anyone has got any parts goin) remap, green cotton filter. and maybe a little install

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    I bought my panel from Green directly - just go to their website and use their online shop

    I went to a local tuning company to do my TDI remap. I didn't use any of the expensive brands like Revo, GIAC, Superchips etc....

    The map is still on my old TDI and has been for at least 60k with no issues!

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    try ben at shark performance really helpful guy
    S3 8L ming blue westys old car shed loads of mods

 

 

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