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    Induction kit piping...

    Anyone know the best way to place the cold air feed on a mk4 astra, so it keeps away from all the hot parts in the engine, anyone know any good paths?

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    You coud do the vectra c mod using the How To

    Buy morrettes and put a feed to one of the holes

    making a bonnet vent into the bonnet and using that as a direct feed

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    you could stick with a de restricted standard airbox, stick an uprated panel filter in it, and put a veccy c intake on it, that'l keep the heat away from your inntake as air is protected all the way into your engine
    Observe the masses and do the opposite

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael_sxi View Post
    You coud do the vectra c mod using the How To

    Buy morrettes and put a feed to one of the holes

    making a bonnet vent into the bonnet and using that as a direct feed
    ok, not sure about the bonnet vent tho lol, morrettes are out the question, not keen on them


    if i replaced the air box with the induction kit, connected it to the piping from were the air feedwas for the air box, and then put a veccy c intake pipe on, will that be enought cold air?

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    make a hole where the airbox use to be sitting on and cuztom pipes make it look like those honda air intakes

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    Lol if i had the time and money that would be loverly

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    a51m hes nt asking about the veccy mod, not evry1 wants to follow the same route, i havn't! i hate it how people always always say to do the veccy mod

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    Ive k&n intake pipe comeing from the grill in the bumper near the fog light and then it comes srraight up underneath the filter on mine. Ive left the standard pipe in aswell and mite upgrade that to a veccy one for even more air!

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    Good plan, must ask for people who have modified there wing and put vents in, how hard was that to do?

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    I used to have my cone filter right up to the headlight, so its as close to the grill as posible

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