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    Cdti conversion vs BMC CDA

    Im currently driving a Opel Astra H OPC. I wanna do my induction and would like to know from you guys what you would recommend. CDTI conversion or BMC CDA. What power gains can i expect from both?

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    Im not sure about the gains but i personaly think the CDTI kit looks alot better

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    the dbilas flowmaster looks like it means biz,expensive tho

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    CDTI, i am a big fan of sealed CAI on Turbo cars. I had a 1.9 Box and it was a big improvement. I tried a K&N and lost power!
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    Thanks for your input

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    Mines a Percy Kit


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    Looks great. What did you pay for the induction pipe and cdti box?

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    Percy kit is £200 that includes derestricted airbox, all samcos, and all the kit to lengthen the wiring, and a k&n for the airbox.

    Plus as the breather is plummed in you dont have to pay £25 for a crankcase breather and miss out on the cabin smelling of oil!

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    In South Africa i can get the cdti box for about £61 all i need then is the hoses

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    i think it depends ont he look you're after... there's nto a lot of difference between them tmk as far as performance goes...

    i'm running the bmc system myself


    but having said that, wouldn't mind the look fo the cdti box either

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