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    dbilas dynamic help

    Hello! How are u all? )))

    Tell me plz is dbilas dynamic FlowMaster-FlowPipe-sets good for mk4 x16xel ???? ))) ( http://www.dbilas-dynamic.de/ )

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    ye smate they are good, but the vectra C intake system does a good enough job for a fraction of the cost,

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    Yo mean VeccyC and de-rest is the same one-in-one as DBilas kit?

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    there arnt the same no mate, but if youve got a 1.6 the dblias isnt going to give much more gains over the vectra C mod,

    The dblias is only really worth the money on a turbo where lots of air is needed

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    I have 1.6xel .... Thanx! )) Will buy VeccyC intake m, the install isnt too hard? It installs on place of my old int manifod?

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    its not your inlet manifold mate, its the plastic air scoop/ducting at the front of the engine bay which channels the air to the air box, if you want a inlet manifold your talking around £1200 or so

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    Yeah! Just dont know how to call it on english! ))) Im about air scoop from VeccyC ) Is it easy?

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    yeah mate, might have a few cuts on your hands but its worth it, only costs £12 in english money,

    to derestric the air box
    http://www.bramcote-ridge.org.uk/HowTo/derestrict.pdf

    and the vectra C mod
    http://www.bramcote-ridge.org.uk/HowTo/vectra-pipe.pdf

    Theyr eall in the how to's in the technical section mate

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    Thanks to you m8!!! )))

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    not a problem mate

    MK4 1.8 16V Sport and MK5 CDTi Estate




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