Let the mods begin….
You should add a heat shield to your kit as well
LOL the pictures threw me off I really thought it was going to be the other way around instead of completed installation to stock
Any IAT measurements at idle and at speed vs stock?
Thanks for leaving your logo off that 8th picture from the top; otherwise I would have splitting headache by now!
Nice looking intake. I like the simple design. How's pricing look?
make a carbon fiber one. Then when i go To CB Tuning i can get you big turbo kit to
Yes, someone should do a GB on these soon! Tomorrow?
looks a lot like a BSH intake....
hopefully, there is a rubber damper for the bolt by the battery....I can see the bracket failing from the engine movement.
Originally Posted by Jezza
I like it. If i didn't already have the EvoMS intake, I would absolutely get this. Your containment area for cooler area is better than the one I have with my Evo system.
2012 Golf R APR Stage 3+ (11.141 @ 128.70 mph)(Wannagofast 1/2 mile = 149.70 mph)
2014 Golf TDI 6spd man APR Tune. 40+ mpg avg Best tank = 54.5 mpg @ 741 miles
I like choices, but the decision making process get's that much harder!
Why no cover on top of filter?
2002.5 Jetta 1.8T - TOTALED (dodging deer)
2002.5 24v GTI - TOTALED (rear-ended by a Jeep)
1992 Corrado SLC - Daily Driver Status
2012 Golf R - Weekend/Need A/C Status
Curious to know the pricing on a group buy. Not sure I want to spend close to 600 for a vwr one. -_-
Will you guys have any specials for waterfest?
I can't quite tell from the pictures, but it looks like this could almost work with the stock engine cover - does it?
Have you ever seen these signs on the road? “Keep right except to pass”… We have too and far too often we had to move over because the guy in the M3 was passing us. We had equipped our Golf R with all the bolt-on power upgrades we could, intake, exhaust, downpipe, FMIC, Eurodyne Maestro 7 programmable software upgrade etc… Unfortunately we still found ourselves keeping right more than we had hoped. So we decided to take it upon ourselves to make this car fast like our old MK5 2.0T project car. I don’t know how many enthusiasts have seen the bottom of a Golf R with the drive shaft and turbo off, but here you go: