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    Engine : 1.9 150

    Year : 2006

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    Well folks, the womans vectra has the swirl flap issue since last year when she bought it, i stuck them all open as per the info on here, but i see all around the flaps is swimming in oil so im going to get the new manifold, the car also seems to be gone dead lately down low in the revs, im wondering if this is connected although it was fine for the last 8 or 9 months and this has just happened in the last few weeks. it seems that it wont pull atall until about 2,000rpm whereas mine pulls from a little over 1,000rpm and so used hers! ive tried the a/f meter, fuel pressure sensor and map sensor from my car and i replaced a vacume pipe running from the boost solonoid that was split which made no difference... so im thinking mabey the manifold it just so clogged up with gunk thats this is causing it? theres no smoke so im thinking turbo is fine...

    is this the correct manifold i should get, ive heard theres an improved version now that the swirl flaps dont fail on, is this correct?

    http://www.ebay.ie/itm/INLET-MANIFOL...item589a2e4f42

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    Get the part from NeoBrothers mate

    http://www.neobrothers.co.uk/intakei...fd2ju23reikp72

    they also do the swirl actuator if you are changing that at the same time.

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    That's the same one I put on, took me 11 hours! and 2 days to recover from the bad back lol but yea that's the one! Goodluck :-D

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    The actuator is workin as far as i can see, the 3rd flap is unstuck and opens and closes as normal just the bar is off and the other 3 are stuck! How would i tell if the manifold has been changed? My own car has 108,000miles and the manifold is bone dry and the connecting rod is on and all flaps are working perfect, i remember reading here before that there are different numbers stamped on the replacement manifolds but cant seem to find the posts now

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    Look at the swirl top. the origional inlets had a hole in the middle of the swirl top - where as the revised part did not have the indent in the swril top due to the bearing re-design.

    take a close up pic of a swirl and ill tell you which it is.

    re the actuator.. Subject to many discussion. But pierburg, the makers of the inlet and parts, will tell you that the actuators learn there travel so when changing to a new inlet, you need a new actuator. Its arguable and I can see reasons both for and against. I am of the opinion that if you are going to all the trouble of a new inlet, I change the atuator too.. but really - thats a decision you need to make. They are £100...

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    so if i put the old actuator on even though it may be working it would open at the wrong time or open the wrong amount is it? theres no way of resetting it?

    heres the best pics i could get of my own inlet



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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkgti View Post
    so if i put the old actuator on even though it may be working it would open at the wrong time or open the wrong amount is it? theres no way of resetting it?

    heres the best pics i could get of my own inlet


    Thats the new revised inlet mate...

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    Ah good so the same problem wont happen to this one? im going to be blocking the EGR on my own anyway soon enough before getting a remap! Im not looking forward to replacing the inlet on the womans car though

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    Beats spending £500 for labour!

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    EEEK! NeoBrothers who are a saab specialist charge 6 hrs labout at £60+vat. So only £360+vat .

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