Brera S - Best
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: United Kingdom
County: West Sussex
Brera S - Remove Airbox and Fit free flow induction kit
I know for around £400 and a trip to the great North that Magno's MOD 4 kit can be fitted, but after reading some bad press and looking at what they fit I'm thinking what the heck - can't be that hard to fit....
However, I can't seem to find any history of anyone doing this at home... I'm assuming the original Airbox can't be too hard too remove, and that I can use the same fittings to secure the new induction kit?
I know I need to get the bumper off in order to get to the airbox, and I have seen a thread on this so nothing to worry about there.
Has anyone on here attempted this and not posted a how-to or look what I did thread? Any help would be appreciated before I start going down an unknown road. My biggest concern is the ease of removing the airbox (and anything that is attached to it - sensors etc?) and finding a suitable connection/bolt to fir the new kit on.
I don't understand why Mango is charging £400 either. An induction and tubing is at most £200 for a decent one, and they say 1 hour to fit - so are they charging £200/hr labour?