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Old 18-03-2012   #61
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Re: My MultiAir 135 Sporting.

What difference does Titanium make to an exhaust?
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Re: My MultiAir 135 Sporting.

Hey, I have a 2010 Evo Sporting and want to fit an induction kit.. There doesn't seem to be anywhere for the intake to go as the engine bay is pretty boxed in. And the stock is just sat in the engine bay facing a blank. Has anyone found a spot for a decent intake? Pictures would be helpful. Cheers J
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Re: My MultiAir 135 Sporting.

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Hey, I have a 2010 Evo Sporting and want to fit an induction kit.. There doesn't seem to be anywhere for the intake to go as the engine bay is pretty boxed in. And the stock is just sat in the engine bay facing a blank. Has anyone found a spot for a decent intake? Pictures would be helpful. Cheers J
I've fitted a forge induction kit from forgemotorsports.co.uk, its ment to fit a grande punto 1.4 Tubro but all you have to do is blank one of the tubes up and its all good.
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Re: My MultiAir 135 Sporting.

Cheers man, they are seriously pricey! Am looking at a simple rubber cone filter from Pipercross.. And I'll make my own mount..?
Seen a lot on forums about Turbo Chatter/Flutter, has anybody else come across it and overcome it? I'm happy to spend 30 on a decent filter and bin it if it's damaging my turbo but don't want to throw too much money at it. All I want is to make my engine sound a little more like a sporting should!
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