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    if u still make these i would also love one :p sent me a pm pls.

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    OK, Hopefully got one of these on the way thanks to the legend that is Gunner. Can anybody tell me the dimension of the hole? What filter is good for this? and do I need an extra air tube or whatever it is called to pull air into the heatbox?
     
     

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    you dont need the heat shield cus the air filter is in the wrong place to start with i have spend a whole day on a dyno tray diff lenghs of pipe n the end remove the front fog lamp and fitted the filter behnd it so you can use a longer pipe by movingin the filter from were you have it to behind the fog lamp gives 10bhp more that were you have it try it and you will see for your self
     
     

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    Putting it that low will be good for hoovering up the puddles.
     
     

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    the bottom is covered the only air that comes in in thro were the fog lamp was its places just above it trust me its works great the 328 engine works better long ram and for 10bhp that alot for just making the intake longer had mine there fo 1 year no pebbles works great had no probs
     
     

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    puddles i ment lol
     
     

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    cjuk heatshield sent today
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan123ben View Post
    the bottom is covered the only air that comes in in thro were the fog lamp was its places just above it trust me its works great the 328 engine works better long ram and for 10bhp that alot for just making the intake longer had mine there fo 1 year no pebbles works great had no probs
    hi you got a pic of the pipework?
     
     

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    have not got pic mate its easy tho to do i used a fexi pipe i was ment to make a new one up about of alu but have not as yet adding the the engine loves the extra length having the fillter in the engine bay behind the head light is makes the pipe work to short you could plumb the filter some were else also as you have that lenght i will get a tape the messure lenght from throttle body to filter so you know how long its should be i only found this out from dyno test but its 10bhp witch is a lot
     
     

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    random question for you bill now i have a 325 maf on my 4 pot i'm considering different filters etc and just wandered what the difference is? ie if i bought a dave f that was for a 328 would the heat shield fit? as i havent seen any 4 pots with the heatshield

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