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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #90 on: November 06, 2016, 05:15:00 PM »
Hi all

I have for sale my Revo race intake, covered approx 3K

Included in the sale is everything required for fitment for both K03/04

Intake pipe
Turbo hose
Revo filter
Heat shield
Mounts
Jubilees
Bolts
K04 pipe
K03 bung

£200 posted next day signed delivery or Collection from Crawley West Sussex







Couple snaps from removing the Revo and fitting the standard air box. Didn't take many as it was a oily job.
Like the doughnut I can be, I removed the oil filler neck off my rocker cover to neaten up the bay a bit with the intake then 2 months later decided I wanted the standard air box back on. Luckily @DANBOY66 had a rocker cover laying around in his workshop so a few Pm's later I had a replacement at home ready to fit along with the standard air box.

The rear PCV hose was a sh*tBag to remove but after a few kind words and 2 "count to 10 and breathe" it came off :grin:

The intake snorkel is a little bit battered so I'll get a cheap one from eBay soon as it looks a bit poo




Pic I took leaving work last week


« Last Edit: November 07, 2016, 06:05:35 PM by SurreyED30 »
Edition 30 build No:692 Revo stage 2 SOLD
Edition 30 build No:440 Stage 1 SOLD

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #91 on: November 09, 2016, 12:59:07 PM »
Hi mate il have the revo intake possible contact number ?

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #92 on: November 09, 2016, 01:34:05 PM »
Hi mate you won't be able to read pm's yet.

I'll message you and when you can read it give me a text
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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #93 on: November 11, 2016, 12:56:51 PM »
07713 859223 Contact this number and can collect tommrow if possible

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #94 on: November 11, 2016, 03:34:15 PM »
its potentially sold mate pending collection tonight

The intake sold mate
« Last Edit: November 12, 2016, 09:33:06 PM by SurreyED30 »
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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #95 on: November 18, 2016, 09:03:25 PM »


Which ebiach springs is this on? I'm a coilover man at heart but this is sat really well and slowly convincing me to go for springs instead.

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #96 on: November 20, 2016, 01:10:22 PM »
Hi Matt

There the sport line version (red springs -30mm)

I'm normally a coilover guy but my drive isn't done yet so going up the Kurb at the moment but as soon as the drives done I'll get Coilovers
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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #97 on: November 20, 2016, 07:33:16 PM »
Black and red always work so well together!

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #98 on: November 23, 2016, 03:46:52 PM »
Thanks Man :happy2:
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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #99 on: December 05, 2016, 07:42:33 AM »
Notice any difference when you put the standard air box back on?

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #100 on: December 05, 2016, 02:02:40 PM »
Not to much mate, I know CAI obviously help with flow but its not a 50HP mod, so I haven't noticed any decline in power.

The terrible hoover like noise has gone! which was my main objective with refitting the oem set up.

There's a few cars running stage 1/2/2+ with the oem set up so its not vital to have a CAI fitted for tuning, of course it will help with flow and chasing numbers...

I'm sure someone will correct me and say a CAI is the most vital part of the TFSI as without it your tuned car will explode and the world will end  :laugh:
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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #101 on: December 05, 2016, 03:45:59 PM »
From experience, if you want top end power then you're better off with a cold air intake system but for road use the OE setup will do just fine, keeps the torque low down good. That being said, I went through 4 different intakes (OE, Evoms, VW Racing and RamAir) and I have to say the RamAir Oversized K04 intake is surprisingly good especially as it's the cheapest. Being a chav I like the intake noise but I can understand why many would opt for the quieter OE system. If you do decide you need an intake in the future but want a quiet engine then look at one of the enclosed ones, but I'd personally avoid the VW Racing one as I felt it rather lacking compared to the Evoms or RamAir intake.

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #102 on: December 05, 2016, 08:25:46 PM »
Not to much mate, I know CAI obviously help with flow but its not a 50HP mod, so I haven't noticed any decline in power.

The terrible hoover like noise has gone! which was my main objective with refitting the oem set up.

There's a few cars running stage 1/2/2+ with the oem set up so its not vital to have a CAI fitted for tuning, of course it will help with flow and chasing numbers...

I'm sure someone will correct me and say a CAI is the most vital part of the TFSI as without it your tuned car will explode and the world will end  :laugh:

Not surprised to hear it tbh! I've got a RamAir on mine as I needed something quick and cheap but i've got alerts set up on eBay as in the long run i'd probably go back to OE. I'm quite surprised all the filter on a stick options are so popular in the TFSI scene to be honest, none of them look like a great solution for getting cold air into the engine.

I'd personally avoid the VW Racing one as I felt it rather lacking compared to the Evoms or RamAir intake.

I'm surprised as it looks like one of the better solutions with the enclosed cold air feed etc.

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #103 on: December 05, 2016, 11:06:43 PM »
Hi Matt

There the sport line version (red springs -30mm)

I'm normally a coilover guy but my drive isn't done yet so going up the Kurb at the moment but as soon as the drives done I'll get Coilovers

Let me know once you get the drive done first please Jake...

Si

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Re: SurreyED30's 2nd Edition 30
« Reply #104 on: December 06, 2016, 10:58:31 AM »
Not to much mate, I know CAI obviously help with flow but its not a 50HP mod, so I haven't noticed any decline in power.

The terrible hoover like noise has gone! which was my main objective with refitting the oem set up.

There's a few cars running stage 1/2/2+ with the oem set up so its not vital to have a CAI fitted for tuning, of course it will help with flow and chasing numbers...

I'm sure someone will correct me and say a CAI is the most vital part of the TFSI as without it your tuned car will explode and the world will end  :laugh:

Not surprised to hear it tbh! I've got a RamAir on mine as I needed something quick and cheap but i've got alerts set up on eBay as in the long run i'd probably go back to OE. I'm quite surprised all the filter on a stick options are so popular in the TFSI scene to be honest, none of them look like a great solution for getting cold air into the engine.

I'd personally avoid the VW Racing one as I felt it rather lacking compared to the Evoms or RamAir intake.

I'm surprised as it looks like one of the better solutions with the enclosed cold air feed etc.

I thought the VWR intake was the dogs danglies aswell..

Hi Matt

There the sport line version (red springs -30mm)

I'm normally a coilover guy but my drive isn't done yet so going up the Kurb at the moment but as soon as the drives done I'll get Coilovers

Let me know once you get the drive done first please Jake...

Si


Will do mate, how you getting on with the Gti?
Edition 30 build No:692 Revo stage 2 SOLD
Edition 30 build No:440 Stage 1 SOLD