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itg intake foam baffle

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by jonny1985, Jun 2, 2013.

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    Noticed on a few ppls cars that are running itg intakes there is a foam baffle enclosing the filter. Does this come with the kit and if not where do you get them from thanks
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    I would also like to know this, I saw a company that sold one like the itg which was over 80 pounds. Way over priced if you ask me :scared2:
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    Pretty sure it comes with the ITG Maxogen - it certainly came with my 2nd hand one...
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    It should come with it in the itg filter set up it's just a foam heat shield to cut down the heat for the engine getting to the filter I don't know if you can buy them on there own
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    ANother ITG user here...the foam baffles do come with the kit.

    Why not give ITG a call.

    I've always found them to be very helpful.
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    i've removed foam heat shield on mine and made air feed/heat shield that gets air from the oem intake location. seems to work well and it looks good.
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    hmm funnily enough I never got a foam heatshield either but :iagree: I might just make one myself
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    How did you make it? Have you got any pics?
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    there are pics and description in my thread.
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    it's made of aluminum sheet. you can use different materials (like lightweight corex) and add heat reflecting tape if you want.
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