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    Induction kit for a 1.6 8v mk4

    For an average one, nothing too fancy.

    I paid about £40 for the one on my Mazda and I was wondering if I can pick one up for about the same price on this car?

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    There's lots, but if your going to get a decent induction kit, you're looking at spending £90 like a Pipercross Venom / Viper as theyre ENCLOSED.

    Lookup the airbox "mod" on here and the "Vectra Pipe Mod", Cheaper mods for induction
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    Depends if you have a deisel as that's what its for? TBH can't really see why its for a deisel only.

    You should try to aim for an enclosed cone filter, as this reduces heatsoak which will lower peformance
    Astra Coupe Bertone 1.8

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    Didn't read the disiel bit, i'm rushing tbf.
    Bad way to modify a car

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