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Carbon Air Intake pipe

Just wondering if any one has tried this, quite tempted by it but would love to hear some feedback

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Looks great , would love one, only problem is, i got a V6.
So, the question is, what are the differences between the 'twinnies' and the V6 in that department that mean us V6 boys can't have one? They look the same.
They never seem to do anything nice like that for the V6. frown
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The V6 has a different airbox and AFM from the 16v TS. It's the AFM which makes it hard as it has a square inlet which the airbox is bolted straight onto.
The V6 and 8v TS have the same system.

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I have made up an alternative cold air feed to replace all the standard gubbins. Its just a bit of heater trunking which you can buy in Halfords. I routed it a little higher in case we get flooded again this year. It seems to work well with the K&N panel filter and is marginally louder.

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