OK so here's what happened with mine. I have 2012 gli stage 2 ecu n downpipe. Added the afe stage 2 complete intake. Fit was good even though everyone said it didn't. I have switched now to carbino stage 1 & 2 kit. Here's the reason why. On the VW 2.0t engine the maf is very sensitive especially when running a tuned ecu. If you notice the factory maf housing when taken apart it has a honeycomb mesh infront of the maf sensor. The shop that did all my work said this is to allow the maf to read the air properly. Well I didn't listen at first. Remember I said I had the afe intake in the car well it removed the honeycomb housing and when at high boost the car seemed to loose power. I quickly took the intake off and realized what happened. The carbino intake uses the piece in between the air filter box and stage 2 pipe. Car runs much better than stock air box with this intake. Car pushes 250 whp and 315wtq. I know that specific tunes change certain things bit the fsi engine is totaly different than the new tsi engine. I had my car on the dyno to ensure the intake was for more than just looks n sound. By the way I had to open the hole on the stage 2 carbino intake for it to not rattle on the brake reservoir. Hope this helps!!
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