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maccas666

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PostSubject: induction kit or not?   Mon 6 Apr - 14:26

is it worth buying an after market induction kit for my bugeye? if so any recommendation?
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PostSubject: Re: induction kit or not?   Mon 6 Apr - 23:19

No mate k@n panel filter is good for 350bhp wouldn't bother unless your running high bhp

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PostSubject: Re: induction kit or not?   Tue 7 Apr - 13:47

Iv got a k&n 57i induction kit on my bugeye running 348hp it sounds great but not sure if it's made extra bhp I'm thinking of removing mine and putting air box bk in with a k&n panel filter which iv still got does anyone know if car will need a map tweek
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PostSubject: Re: induction kit or not?   Tue 7 Apr - 14:18

Think so as its air flow

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PostSubject: Re: induction kit or not?   Wed 8 Apr - 18:49

what about pipercross panel filters ?
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PostSubject: Re: induction kit or not?   Wed 8 Apr - 22:48

K@n are the best... Harvey smith swore by them.. And mine ran mint with one

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PostSubject: Re: induction kit or not?   Sun 14 Jun - 7:06

Turbos heat up intake air. Too hot you get knock. Whatever you choose make sure it's cold and free flowing air. Snorkel mod if you use airbox .
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