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Carbonio or summat Induction Kits!!

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by simondavidr, May 14, 2004.

  1. simondavidr
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    [May 14, 2004]
    My car is being done by Upsolute in 2 weeks time which i am looking forward too!! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/groovy.gif I was also going to improve the breathing and having searched around the web Awesome GTi do a rather tasty looking carbon induction kit from Italy/Spain. It looks the nuts all sweet weaving carbon fibre and the spec and features sound excellent too - hefty price tag at £165.00 but as they say you pay for what you get!! Has anyone any opinion on these or does anyone have one fitted??

    Cheers

    BigT
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    jayfrts bouncing off the limiter!!!!

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    Rich @ JBR sells a nice carbon fibre kit..............which looks trick, then again i might be biased as i have one!

    Also has a metal A/F instead of a oiled filter which MAY(some argue the case,don't go there) foul the MAF sensor...
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    Richard's one is really awesome, can't fault it.. not big fan of carbonio style intake
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    Cheers for the info - are you pleased with the JBR one jayfrst??? Noise power response how does it alter from standard??

    Cheers BigT

    P.S It does look sweet - have i seen an aluminum heatshield for it somewhere??
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    don't think u need an aluminium heat shield coz the thing is made out of carbon fibre, thats enough to protect it from the heat /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif!!!
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