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Fitted ITG induction kit today........

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by CJ3BLUE, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. CJ3BLUE

    CJ3BLUE Member

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    One word........AWESOME !!
     
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    lol...expected to see more than that! glad you like it!
     
  4. jsws3

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    Why is it AWESOME
     
  5. lake_m

    lake_m Soon to be S3'd up.

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    Whoa! Too much information.!
     
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    I have got to get one of these........not sure why though :)
     
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    :sign_pics:
     
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    There are already a couple of great threads on here about the ITG induction kit with pics and full write up which is why i bought it in the end over the others available.
    Awesome pretty much sums it up sounds great performs great (even with a slipping clutch,which is my next job!) .
    The size of the pipe and filter is huge much bigger than expected.......car is sucking so much air im gonna have to get at least a sports cat/down pipe to balance it out lol !!
     
  9. Spin140

    Spin140 Well-Known Member

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    I noticed these are advertised in this months Audi Driver mag for £325, a pretty good price and in line with Evoms etc, if I didn't already ave an Evoms awaiting fitting to the new S3 I'd go for one of these, I spent a ady there recently having n intake developed for the TTs, their knowledge and attention to detail is second to none, plus a british company so good to support the pound and all that, in fact if anyone wants to buy a very lightly used Evoms drop me a PM, think I may just walk the walk..
     
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    Camskill are selling them for £325 plus postage
     
  11. JamesS4cab

    JamesS4cab Well-Known Member

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    As a new owner to an S3, I am looking to make my first performance mod. Thinking either REVO stage 1 or ITG. Anyone have any thoughts?
     
  12. 330_2_S3

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    If you intend on getting a map it will benefit you more and you will see more gains if you get the ITG then go get the re-map as most tuning companies can adjust the map to suit your cars indiviual mod's...if I am not mistaken...
     
  13. Boydie

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    Either or James. You will get more gains initially with the Revo and then you can enjoy it while you save again for the ITG
     
  14. Spin140

    Spin140 Well-Known Member

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    I vote remap first, hardware second followed by a higher stage map, this is the usual approach.
    Let us know how you get on..
     
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    JamesS4cab Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the response guys - my gut feeling was map first and then ITG, but just reading about the need for a new clutch if you go stage 2 or above!?

    Does any of these mods affect the warranty at all?
     

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