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Author Subject: Air box replacement suggestions
ProjectGTI 6

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Post #1
I am thinking of swapping out the original air box as it is well rusty. Also the car needs a new filter and the breather hose has broken. I am on a fairly limited budget to get this so was thinking the RAM Air kit might be an option. Any thoughts on this.

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Posted 8th Aug 2020 at 16:12
hovis16

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Post #2
if you can't get a genuine one I have used this bad boy for years and does the job a treat

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you can run it with a combo of the standard pipe or a 76m silicon and metal piping

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Posted 17th Aug 2020 at 17:23
hovis16

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hovis16 wrote:
if you can t get a genuine one I have used this bad boy for years and does the job a treat

click here

Forgotten how to clicky my bad


maybe notLOL

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Posted 17th Aug 2020 at 17:22
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Post #4
76mm 90 Degree bend and a Viper then a flexi hose to decide where you want to draw your air from!

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Posted 18th Aug 2020 at 10:38
hovis16

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gnrlee wrote:
76mm 90 Degree bend and a Viper then a flexi hose to decide where you want to draw your air from!


Thumbs up Vipers are MONEY tho. I've had two fly off the car in the past, thank go d they were secondhandLOL

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Posted 18th Aug 2020 at 12:06
Joep

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Post #6
I have a BMC CDA fitted with the OEM tube to the inlet manifold. Sound is amazing! I have two versions, the standard by BMC suggested one and one that is a few cm shorter. Fitting one that is shorter allows for a tube to draw air somewhere else than from just above the tarmac. But have no tube fitted and all works well.

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Posted 18th Aug 2020 at 13:30
ProjectGTI 6

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Post #7
Thanks chaps.
I ended up putting on a Ram Air filter and will make a bracket to secure it and also eventually fit a shorten tube for it. Have yet to fit the supplied piping for the air supply. Must say it sounds really good.

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Phil Goodson
Posted 28th Aug 2020 at 23:25
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Any pics of these installs guys, looking for ideas thanks,
Posted 29th Aug 2020 at 08:07
ProjectGTI 6

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Post #9
It is difficult to get a good pic as it sits quite low. Will try to get one when it is fitted ideally with a shorter tube.

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Phil Goodson
Posted 8th Sep 2020 at 17:29

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