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cafc-corsa
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22nd Jan 04 at 23:42   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Alright lads, Whats the best induction kit for the corsa B 1.4 sri 8 valve at the moment, reasonably priced though as the wallets taken a battering! Pics coming soon so watch this space.
Cheers
Mick
LukeGSi
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pvd or drilled box with k&n panel filter IMO
whitter45
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Gotta be the BFO. u wanna see the size of it
mike_1.2LS96
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Induction kit is a waste of money.

I shall be sticking mine inside my dads Hyundai Coupe 1.6 cos it looks like it will fit.
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quote:
Originally posted by cafc-corsa
Alright lads, Whats the best induction kit for the corsa B 1.4 sri 8 valve at the moment, reasonably priced though as the wallets taken a battering! Pics coming soon so watch this space.
Cheers
Mick




any do the job. get a green filter
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BFO
cafc-corsa
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has anyone got a link for this BFO induction please? Tar!
whitter45
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pvd webpage mate
Phil Hall
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Go for a Green panel filter with a drilled box (obviously not the same side as the engine).

Everybody has their opinion, I went through several combinations of filter and cone with the corsa before I settled on the above. If you can, try a few different ones that mates have and see what you think.
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Drill ya airbox and stick a decent panel filter in it. Then get a nice cold air feed to it and you shall be about 50 up and with more BHP then any induction cone will provide.
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whateva u choose get plenty of cold air to it and u'll be laughing!!
Phil Hall
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Exactly.

Cones are OK if you travel to work/college in the morining at 95mph all the way without stopping. IN normal conditions they suck in dirty shitty warm air.
Nath
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Cones are good for noise. If u want a loud grumble choose the BFO cone as its stupidly loud

So far i have had:
-K&N57i
-Drilled air box with vaux filter
-BFO cone
-Drilled air box with K&N panel filter and pipercorss cold air feed.

Best i'd say is the last one.
Dave
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quote:
Originally posted by Phil Hall
Exactly.

Cones are OK if you travel to work/college in the morining at 95mph all the way without stopping. IN normal conditions they suck in dirty shitty warm air.


They suck in warm air but not dirty, otherwise you would have a nasty mess of n engine.

Drilled box is still best bet (and cheapest) unless you shield the cone.

I have a Green cone filter on mine as there is no room for airbox.
Phil Hall
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I had a Jetex one once that had a universal fit and was quite small in diameter so it sat in my airbox (with the lid off obviously) and it used to make a mad roar, revurberating inside the box. Fcukin hated it so that only stayed in a day or two.

Nath
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Its emabarrassing if its too loud Feel like a nova driver with a peco or something
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bfo cone is shite, go for drilled airbox!

 
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