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Help with a few decisions

jribeiro Oct 10, 2012

  1. jribeiro

    jribeiro Member

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    Hi folks
    i am here to ask for expert advice on my a3 1.8t. I wanted to know which air filter/induction kit people would consider the best for these cars in terms of power gains? And best place for mapping?

    sorry if this has been covered before but I have limited time to come on here as I have no Internet at the moment

    thanks
     
  2. Sevv

    Sevv Pushing the limits..

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    badger5 or r-tech in the UK,

    a jetex filter would be the norm as to you what most people are using.
     
  3. jribeiro

    jribeiro Member

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    What places can you get it from?
     
  4. Sevv

    Sevv Pushing the limits..

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    Badger5 supplies them however its with his Badger5 tip for the K04 turbo but im sure you can ask for the filter and heatshield itself just give him a ring www.badger5.co.uk iirc
     
  5. jribeiro

    jribeiro Member

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    Ok thanks for the help. Are r tech good then? Cause I'm 2 hours away as I live in Watford, Hertfordshire so wanted something slightly closer if not don't mind travelling if its going to be worth it.
     
  6. AwesomeMike

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    Hello,

    Another great air intake is the Neuspeed P-Flow kit, we always have some great reviews!

    What year A3 is it?

    Look forward to hearing from you soon!

    Awesome Mike
     
  7. jribeiro

    jribeiro Member

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    It's a y reg 2001 a3 1.8t. How much are the kits? And what sort of power gains? Enclosed or open cone?
     
  8. Sevv

    Sevv Pushing the limits..

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    yes mate r-tech are good.. many members have had positive feedback of them .. forgot to mention mike at awesome im sure he would take care of your needs..
     

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