I've got a 2006 Jetta 2.5, I've thought about putting on a intake recently but I've been reading around these forums that it will cause CELs.
I'm wondering if anyone has an "approved" or "goto" solution for my particular car (I have that first gen 2.5, 150 hp, not 170).
many of them are cel-free. i know bsh is. pretty sure the carbonio and neuspeed as well.
All the intakes listed in post 1, will not cause a CEL with proper installation and use. They are designed to be "plug and play", even on a stock engine.
Ok so I have searched for this and found some treads that mention this but no real answers! I have an 08 FSI 2.0t, I want to run the carbonio intake for my engine with the stage II carbonio piping for the TSI engine! Can this be done? I know people have said they don't think so and that they wouldn't, or that it would cost more then just getting an aftermarket FSI intake... I don't care about any of that! I want to know can it be done? And if so what type of modding can I expect to have to do? Let's finally get an answer to this!!
Last edited by johnebrenner; 03-27-2012 at 09:08 PM.
Nope. Won't work. Simple answer why:
FSI has the mass air flow very close to the turbo. TSI has a different sensor in a different location.
Other than the sensor, the fitment does not look like it will work. But the sensor is enough for it not to work.