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and here is a very very good little induction kit for the money,
have fitted mine to look something like the viper kit that pipercross do but you could buy 20 of these to 1 viper.

the qulity is good chrome with carbon look out side, you get the adapter rings and 100mm air feed pipe.


i must say this is a great bit of kit for the money and gives a very good sound to the car but nowhere near as loud as an open style induction kit.

pic at the bottom is my one i fitted.


http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Carbon-Fibre-...04273QQcategoryZ36680QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItem

 

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Andy how have you joined the OE pipe to the filter?
do you have a pipe inbetween?
cheers phil
 

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I've just ordereds these bits having seen andys at the weekend, I cant see how a £250 viper is that much different, all in the bits come to 45 quid!
 

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phil said:
Andy how have you joined the OE pipe to the filter?
do you have a pipe inbetween?
cheers phil
i used the pipe that is under the battery the black solid plastic one, the black pipe coming out the IK runs under the battery then connects at the back of the head light.

i pushed the solid pipe down into the one from the grill and cable tied the black one to the top of it and just pushed it in.
so now its on continouse feed from the grill direct into the IK.
sound the nuts wen you rev it, you get the loud TSSSHHHHHHHHHHH from the bottom of the grill.
 

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Cheers Andy that was a good idea!
wondered how you'd joined them together!
 

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i used the pipe that is under the battery the black solid plastic one, the black pipe coming out the IK runs under the battery then connects at the back of the head light.

i pushed the solid pipe down into the one from the grill and cable tied the black one to the top of it and just pushed it in.

thats what I did. There is'nt a lot of room down the side of the battery tray. This is the easiest way.
 
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