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Discussion in 'Badger5' started by Dani_b19, Aug 21, 2012.
Thanks bill, what about the bmc? Think id rather go for the twin filter design.
I will be running the 42draft design induction kit, this also has the billet velocity stack, i saw iirc on rsmith rr, he gained 4gs in total with the stack but much more in the midrange. Velocity stack vs 80mm jetex.
People buy bills billet stack its pure car ****.
waiting on price for that currently
the BMC cone is £58.50+vat and not a stocked item... 7-10days delivery
So for the moulded velocity stack, the bmc twin filter and the new billet adaptor from the v2.2, would it be £173.50 including VAT and delivery?
thats a great price, my kit is pretty much the same thing, well over £200 plus shipping
Would the above price ive posted be right then Bill?
£39 moulded Stack
UK delivery £9.70
totals £173.50 delivered uk mainland
So for the filter, stack and PnP its £127.80? Have you got a photo of the stack and filter?
Bill doesn't stock these filters I believe so best looking at a BMC catalogue.
not stocked no... Nor @ importers..
Do you still offer these stacks that would fit a Mk4 R32 MAF?
not for R32 one no.
The billet ones I have made are for RS4 sized MAF's
would these be effective on a tfsi, with an intake simular to a itg. but std maf housing
std maf housing built into the engine cover tho? Oval housing
is that what you mean jake?
I chopped the maf housing from the cover. Then stepped up
Like you I too had concerns about the maf pipe shape.
nice/different approach dude
what size pipes did you step up to?
I have some Radius stacks on their way to me currently btw. 95mm one for 6"(152mm) cone filter
i stepped up to 90mm id pipe work, same as the itg
in fairness, i dont know how much difference it made, i didnt get chance to log before, i made approx 192g/s in third at 6200 rpm,
im hoping once tuned it will help the car breath better