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    Whats better for a 2008 vectra 1.9cdti 150bhp.

    A panel filter with a drilled out air box,
    A panel filter on its own.
    An induction kit.
    Which company has the best product of the three types?

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    either a new vx panel filter or a K&N panel filter and both with the airbox mod.....


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    I would say induction kit from the likes of K&N.

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    i would personally say a panel filter with the airbox mod will be more than sufficient as it has its own cold air intake and is insulated against the hot engine a simple cone filter wont cut it as it will take in the warm air the only other way would be to buy an expensive induction kit with an enclosed cone which you wont see anyway so i would use a k & n panel filter

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    k&n panel here m8, induction kits just suck up hot air tbh

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    Kl. Was thinking the same myself.
    Panel filter and box mod here i come....
    Cheers to all who replied.

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