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    1.9 cdti airbox and 80mm AFM

    Can anyone tell me how much work is involved in getting a 80mm AFM to fit to a 1.9 cdti airbox? I have seen plenty of pictures where it appears that you can just cut away the rubber, but does the AFM then just push in?

    Any advice would be appreciated...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Can anyone tell me how much work is involved in getting a 80mm AFM to fit to a 1.9 cdti airbox? I have seen plenty of pictures where it appears that you can just cut away the rubber, but does the AFM then just push in?

    Any advice would be appreciated...

    thats about all i have done an used a clip an pipe work on the inside of the airbox to hold it in place

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    As danny said the only cutting I did was the little lip on the rubber piece on the airbox.

    Fits straight in
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