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C00RSA
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9th Jul 07 at 14:33   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Forza Induction Kit

Are these any good? Worth the cash?

I did have a universal induction kit on my car which gave me flatspots, will this do the same???

Car it would go onto would be a 1993 Corsa Sri 8v

Pros/Cons?
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9th Jul 07 at 15:40   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Pros: Cold air feed so should eliminate the flat spots much better
Cons: Not as good as a BMC CDA
C00RSA
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Don't want to pay 130 for the BMC though.
Superlite Ltd.
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9th Jul 07 at 15:51   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote



good

buy one, i did
C00RSA
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9th Jul 07 at 16:06   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Have they given up any flat spots?

A silly question I know but any better throttle response/BHP gains?
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When i boot it now the rev go up steddy, less dips.

Engine runs abit cooler too
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quote:
Originally posted by pagan_88
Pros: Cold air feed so should eliminate the flat spots much better
Cons: Not as good as a BMC CDA


i'd like you to prove this
Willox
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what sort of power gains would i see on a 1.2 16v? probably none but i fitted my back box 2day and it sounds nice at low revs,but wen it reaches bout 4/4500+ rpm its mainly engine noise.will this cover the engine noise n continue the deep throaty burble rite the way up?
xtremewheels
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10th Jul 07 at 01:57   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Might look into one of these myself, since mine has a hole in it now
dan_c4rsa
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i reckon it looks kushty

could always wrap tin foil round it for more protection from heatsoak haha

in any ways it'll be better than a cone filter like green or K&N just because of the cover.


 
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