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kerobert

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Cone Air Filter set up suggestions
« on: Apr 12, 18, 15:06 »
I'm wanting to instal a cone air filter system for my G60 Corrado.
Yes I know some say the stock box is perfectly fine for the car, but I'd like to change it out.

Inspiration was this thread off vortex:
http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4186139-G60-Induction-kits-air-filters-tested-Dyno-Content

Would love to see your suggestions.
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aba16v

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Re: Cone Air Filter set up suggestions
« Reply #1 on: Apr 12, 18, 18:09 »
howitzer adapter or bust. Make sure it's properly filtered as superchargers aren't cheap to replace.

kerobert

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Re: Cone Air Filter set up suggestions
« Reply #2 on: Apr 12, 18, 22:27 »
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kerobert

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Re: Cone Air Filter set up suggestions
« Reply #3 on: Apr 13, 18, 20:35 »
Ordered from BBM!
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Shinny

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Re: Cone Air Filter set up suggestions
« Reply #4 on: May 13, 18, 09:26 »
If your strictly interested in a different intake sound the howitzer or anything similiar works well. From a performance standpoint there was a test done years back and I’m pretty sure that a OEM air box with Swiss cheese holes drilled out on the passenger side of the box with a K&N filter yielded the most hp increase. You don’t get that “intake sound” but as far as HP increase is concerned that was the best. I had a neuspeed P-Flow and ya it sounded cool but my car was slower, especially on hot days. The cone filter just sucks in all that hot engine air.