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A lil chop chop and it could be, the most important thing is that it would have a stock breather filter hook up
where do you guys think i could run this filter up to? after the bolt tat holds it down??? http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
I dont want a CAI cause of the B/S in the puddles and worring too much way too much



Modified by lpbudV at 8:54 PM 11-23-2006
 

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Not again

1. Open your hood
2. Look where you intake is
3. Look where a CAI filter is placed
Does it look like you can fit a filter anywhere between where you OEM intake is, from where a CAI intake would be?
It's great that you're asking questions and all but please, some of them are just plain stupid. We're not going to hold you hand for your entire life so go figure something out on your own please.
 

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well im just asking casue maybe someone did one of these weird configurations b4, I just down want it where the CAI sits sooooo low to the ground and i do want it somewhere by the battery ya know?
 

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Quote, originally posted by lpbudV »
well im just asking casue maybe someone did one of these weird configurations b4, I just down want it where the CAI sits sooooo low to the ground and i do want it somewhere by the battery ya know?

Well the simplest way is to simply connect your cone filter to your MAF sensor, as suggested above.
If you want short ram piping though, you'll have to hack some eBay CAI piping down to 10" or so and just connect the filter to that.
The only way you'll know for sure is *gasp* to open your hood
 

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Re: Custom Intake from the $190.00 CAI (lpbudV)

I'll help a fellow polish dubber out http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif The best thing to do for your engine is not to get a CAI. It'll only hurt you in the long run. If you want a nice sound get either a short ram intake or use the oem box, swiss cheese it (clean style) and run a K&N drop in filter, get a forge 007 dv and a nice sounding turboback http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 

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Re: Custom Intake from the $190.00 CAI (EastCoast)

sorry dude but im def thinking of keeping my airbox stock and in a box and stored away for a couple of years when i sell this gti to get myslef a lambo
My choices are
1-P-Flow
2-ESE
3-Neuspeed CAi Cut down for short ram
I like how the pflow looks in the bay, the eSe is cheapest right now but looks tiny in the bay, CaI might cause cel and MAF prob (<-thats my other worry with the pflow) does it come oiled? casue if not then ill never oil it and always get a replacement air filteer every 25k miles
 

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Re: Custom Intake from the $190.00 CAI (lpbudV)

Quote, originally posted by lpbudV »
sorry dude but im def thinking of keeping my airbox stock and in a box and stored away for a couple of years when i sell this gti to get myslef a lambo
My choices are
1-P-Flow
2-ESE
3-Neuspeed CAi Cut down for short ram
I like how the pflow looks in the bay, the eSe is cheapest right now but looks tiny in the bay, CaI might cause cel and MAF prob (<-thats my other worry with the pflow) does it come oiled? casue if not then ill never oil it and always get a replacement air filteer every 25k miles

neuspeed is crap http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif go with ese, their products are top notch. I, myself when I had my 1.8T was running a memoryfab C/F ram air intake, pretty much the same as a p-flow and an oem box but carbon fiber.
 

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Re: Custom Intake from the $190.00 CAI (EastCoast)

Quote, originally posted by EastCoast »
I'll help a fellow polish dubber out http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif The best thing to do for your engine is not to get a CAI. It'll only hurt you in the long run. If you want a nice sound get either a short ram intake or use the oem box, swiss cheese it (clean style) and run a K&N drop in filter, get a forge 007 dv and a nice sounding turboback http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif

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c.a.i.'s suck... drivability balanced with performance and *psh* rocks....
 

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Re: Custom Intake from the $190.00 CAI (EastCoast)

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neuspeed is crap http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif go with ese, their products are top notch. I, myself when I had my 1.8T was running a memoryfab C/F ram air intake, pretty much the same as a p-flow and an oem box but carbon fiber.

it's a filter on a stick, if they have the same filter they're all friggen the same i dont care what anyone says... making an argument that it's over priced is another story though...
 
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