<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by sandys:
<strong>Gonna start to look for a few tweaks for the GTA, don't want to spend big bucks yet, I'll wait till next year for that (damn thats next week
but have been looking at the intake on my 147 as I was looking at the AD site and wondering what the £160 for there intake mod was for looks like all your getting is a bit of fancy pipe and a filter is there anything else to this mod?
vasically looks like they are taking out this box off of the intake to provide a smooth path
but what does it do
Any other low budget mods I can do thats you know about, I doubt there is much about that is really cheap bar airfilter, chip and exhaust but always worth asking.</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">HELLO! HAPPY NEW YEAR!
i was abt to post a question on whether anyone has an other sources for the CARBON KEVLAR INTAKE PIPE apart from Autodelta.. 160 pounds is not cheap...
i found good quality custom made CARBON KEVLAR intake pipes specifically for the GTA 3.2l V6 from JAPAN BUT i foresee facing some problems on ordering it cos their websites are all in JAPANESE>...
anyways, i was told their stock wld arrive in February... so im waiting cos their price is cheaper at 100pounds per pce ex-Japan... airfreight to me country for this 500 grams shld cost at most 10pounds or so more..
regardless, the air intake pipe mod and aftermarket airfilter change is a good & cheap option (as it enhances the glorious Alfa v6 sound by removing the air resonator and improves air flow)
so by all means make it your 2004 resolution to mod it!!
How abt the REMUS exhaust for the 147 GTA too?? CSC looks tempting too but i cant get it in me country unless i import...sigh..