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Dp Motorsport's Simota Audi 1.8T carbon intake

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by billybravo, Jun 24, 2006.

  1. billybravo
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    [Jun 24, 2006]
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    Well ive been to Dp Motorsport today and picked up there Carbon intake. Im really happy with it and the sound and grunt is buzzin.

    The only problem i had was the pipe where the maf sits the hole was to small for the maf to sit in. So i filed the hole bigger. Ive spoken to Dp about this and theywill see what they can do about the pipe

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    Here's alittle step by step

    Pic of the old airbox
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    Remove the airbox and intake duct

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    Remove the maf from the oem housing

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    Test fit before fixing anything down (see the hole which ive had to make bigger

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    Install the maf making sure its facing the right way there is a little arrow on the top this should face the turbo.

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    Mount the amplifier on the mounting bracket very easy to do

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    and here it is i think it looks and sounds great get one :)

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    Nice one mate. Looks good and great step by step guide. I think Ill be getting me one of them very soon!
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    there also going to email me pics of the systems they can do us for our cars so i will keep you informed
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    Have to say it looks a good fit but wat about performance.
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    well been out in it tonight i must say im soooo happy with it the sound is great big phat grunt then the spool of the turbo comes in like a jet fighter And Bang im flying


    it has also inproved boost before on the way home from Dp i was just about hitting a bar but now it more like 1.1 1.2 then off to just under. this might because ive cleaned my Maf **** knows but im happy. the car feels more reponsive as well
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    I think I want an exhaust before the filter. But going to get one of those!! Looks good mate!!
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    [Jun 25, 2006]
    It's was suggested that may be there should be a heat shield to help prevent the metal pipe work from getting too hot as it does now sit right over the turbo and cat and that metal pipe will absorb all the heat and stay hot.
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    [Jun 25, 2006]
    i didnt take a pic with the heat sheld back on but trust me its there :)
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    [Jun 25, 2006]
    Look good mate what was the thing that had to be kept cool people said about moving it into the wing?


    Matt
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    Looking good mate. Could you take a pic with the heatshield fitted?
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    will post a pic after the game of the heat sheld its only the std one :)
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    [Jun 25, 2006]
    nice, how much?
    might respond well to an uprated turbo intake pipe as the OEM one is pants
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    was 130 with all in with the vat
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    [Jun 25, 2006]
    ive noticed you still have the std dump valve on? Dont you have a DV30? Is it cool to keep the standard one on then?
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    [Jun 26, 2006]
    no i dont have the std DV on the thing you can see is the Crankcase breather pressure regulating valve but its defo not the DV

    but you can use the std Dv


    the dv ive got is the dv36 twin piston


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    7=Crankcase breather
    8=Non return valve for ACF
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    so can you just remove the MAF sensor and put it in a new housing without problems?
    I was looking at getting a bigger MAF but won't if its that easy
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    no its not that easy i had to make the hole for the maf alot bigger im waiting on a reply from dp about what they are going to do about this but if you know what ur doing go for it just make sure you have a round file ;)
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    no i meant in general. can i take a maf element from a 2.75" housing and put it in a 4" housing without any problems.....i would be surprised
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    [Jun 27, 2006]
    The Standard DV is number 12 which u still have on your car along with the DV36
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    sorry mate i know its not i took it off !!!!!!!!!!! and blanked the hole with the crome caps that come with the kit for baileys


    YOUR ON ABOUT THE Crankcase breather pressure regulating valve!


    you show me in the pic where you think the dv is and i will show you ur wrong mate
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    this is the standard DV isnt it?

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    NO for the third time


    thats the Crankcase breather pressure regulating valve.
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    [Jun 29, 2006]
    Yeah No 14. in the diagram above.

    I wish they had located the DV there though as it would have been alot easier to change!
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    Watch your mouth i aint a child! Theres no need to be a twat about it is there mate i was only asking. Your the one who asked for me to show you what i thought was the DV. Havent had the Car long so i dont really know whats what. Maybe you should stop wasting your money on these bits and save up to have your motor sprayed a decent colour because what ever you do its not ever gonna look nice!
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    ok mate whatever thats your view but i really dont care what you think i told you three times what it was and you wouldnt have it. i think its you who needs to grow up.
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    no idea why they put the dv under the car on b5's :confused:...
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    Mine isnt under the car and i aint ever moved it. In that pic with the arrows pointing the crankcase breather, my DV is located just to the right of that.


    billybravo - You will need to make sure you keep that amplifier cold as you know they hate heat. Will the standard intake hose not fire air right on top of that? or will it not fit anymore.

    Mind that when the car is sitting still the heat will build up round the filter and the amp.

    Its a pain in the arse that Audi didnt put the amp in a better place to start with like the other side of the engine bay away from the hottest part (the turbo). I have mine under the standard air intake hose and kind into the wing aswell.
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    i havnt tried that beerzo but i will at weekend :) ive also wraped the crome pipe now in kevlar so there should be no heat issue with that pipe no more (there wasnt that much heat building up anyway after a good long hard run the pipe was warm i could hold it in my hand. Ive wrapped it now so there shouldnt be any heat at all till the turbo) then the front mount should take that away :)
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    no way you dug this tread up lol


    where didi you find that one on a usa audi site?


    ive never heard anything back off dp about the maf housing felt a little let down by them :(
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    Some guy on an american forum as one but he's ripping ther carbon part out to put an open filter in
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    why would he do that what would be the point?
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    Why buy such a good looking kit and play around with.
    Kit looks the dogs back wheels M8very Diff and Nice
    Enjoy
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    Have no idea why but I think its a mistake.
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    how about a link doc?
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    yup i fooking love mine i still think its the best thing ive done upto now
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    If their sales service is anything like their products, they will be *****! I have emailed DPmotorsports 3 times and they can't even be bothered to reply. I guess they must have too much money, custom or ignorance!!!!!!
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    i know what you mean ive sent them a few emails now asking about stuff but no reply
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