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whitter45
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As above

Not for a corsa though - waiting for mine to arrive so wanted peoples opinions

Cheers in advance
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they ok mate, should be laffin on yours fella
i hadone on mine but changed it for a quikshift taipan
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alright gaz long time no see

Hopefully it will have good effects

Heard if you keep the air feed off its a bit loader - It kinda defeats the object I know

[Edited on 17-12-2005 by whitter45]
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will have a good effect, but 200+ for an air filter that costs less that a tenner to make?
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got it really really cheap mate
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cant go wrong then
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Cheers just wanted opinions
I want the growl but also not lose performance
Hopefully will sound ok on my car - never heard one on my car before

[Edited on 17-12-2005 by whitter45]
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what car?
whitter45
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TT
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which engine?
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225 1.8 T
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quote:
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will have a good effect, but 200+ for an air filter that costs less that a tenner to make?


is your ability to talk shite god given or have you had to practice to be this good
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I have a brand new one direct from the factory for sale
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quote:
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will have a good effect, but 200+ for an air filter that costs less that a tenner to make?


is your ability to talk shite god given or have you had to practice to be this good


wtf you on about vibrio?
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How much Vibrio
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180 plus postage etc so around 186
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by vibrio
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Originally posted by corsa808
will have a good effect, but 200+ for an air filter that costs less that a tenner to make?


is your ability to talk shite god given or have you had to practice to be this good


wtf you on about vibrio?


you are stupid as well

[Edited on 17-12-2005 by vibrio]
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quote:
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180 plus postage etc so around 186


Got it alot cheaper than that so no
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quote:
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quote:
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180 plus postage etc so around 186


Got it alot cheaper than that so no


not brand new unless someone is stupid
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almost brand new done 1000 miles on it got receipt to prove when it was bought
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Be careful mate, lots of reports over on various audi boards about pipercross induction kits and the MAF sensor. Also, when i did have one, i had to take it off due to maf sensor going wrong and the fact that it fell apart. Still, if ya got it cheap, then cant complain too much
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Be careful mate, lots of reports over on various audi boards about pipercross induction kits and the MAF sensor. Also, when i did have one, i had to take it off due to maf sensor going wrong and the fact that it fell apart. Still, if ya got it cheap, then cant complain too much


filter should do nothing to the MAF. you'd have to really over oil a pipercross to get oil through the foam.
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Heard this too Stuart but with viper being enclosed its not a real issue its the open pipercross filters which really mess them up
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Disadvantages:

Noisy
Big

Advantages:

Look kinda trick.
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quote:
Originally posted by whitter45
Heard this too Stuart but with viper being enclosed its not a real issue its the open pipercross filters which really mess them up


Not really mate, its the oil from the filters that screws them up, i know Vibs says otherwise but heard a few bad stories. As vibs says tho, dont over oil it or you will be asking Audi for a new MAF.

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