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    Red face induction kit

    Does anyone no if there is an induction kit for the 2l turbo.
    All i can find is the panel replacements.

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    I think K&N do an induction kit for the 2ltr turbo.

    http://www.potn.co.uk/p1505576.htm

    Hope that helps.

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    to be honest panel filter is better . induction kit just drags in hot air from the engine any way ....but i,m sure ppl have bought them on here for their 2.0T try the search button

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    I wouldn't agree about the panel filter being better having done both to mine. I find with the heatshield and a decent cold air feed into the car the induction kit works much better.

    I've been using my 2.2 direct with one for the last few months and have found the car to be more responsive and slightly better on fuel.

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    I got a carbon airbox on ebay for a whole £45 delivered! fits perfectly

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    i think dbilas do one, dont they? 230 is alot though, ive got one for 3.2 and u can notice the difference

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    ive seen them for every car but the 2l turbo. has anyone with the same engine as mine fitted one?

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    http://www.potn.co.uk/p1505576.htm
    cheers falco il have a look.

    Has anyone fitted one to theres?

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    k+n do do an induction kit mate also i think bsr may do one for it not to sure i know they do induction kits with filter ,heat shield and cold air feed pipe.best bet give lmf a ring they should know better.

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    LMF are too expensive, I would say potn are cheaper. Only saying that because I got mine £25 cheaper from Potn over LMF.

    You don't get a heatshield or cold air feed with the K&N kit but you can buy them cheap enough thats what I done.

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