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the novitec induction kit

can anyone tell me what the dimensions are (roughly) and what the inner diameter is?

getting one dropped off (was on my 147 then retro fitted to my cousins citreon) that i hope to be able to retro fit to my latest car, corolla TSport
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I can't help you but a corrolla T sport My mate has one of them and it's rubbish
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lol... it uses less oil than the 147 tho
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I can't help you but a corrolla T sport My mate has one of them and it's rubbish
PMSL Andy!

Sorry I'm no help either
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lol, ya all useless!

Someone must have the dimensions or the kit they could measure up?
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lol... it uses less oil than the 147 tho
True, more reliable to no doubt, my mates has 110,000+ miles and still runs sweet except for the thermostat sticking open.
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better than it sticking closed!

yeah it should go forever and at 190bhp its lively enough to keep me entertained too, 8200rpm sounds so sweet!

mind you, if I could have afforded a 147 GTA instead I know which one I would have had
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Sounds like a motor bike at those revs

No good when your fully loaded though, the lack of torque can be so annoying.

Should sound nice with the novitec filter
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Re: the novitec induction kit

It sounded absolutely amazing with no filter on the rolling road last week, made 7whp peak gain without the filter too so a nice bit of stainless intake pipe paired to the novitec filter should really help things out.

Does anyone know the inner diameter?

perhaps I can make it easier, IIRC its the same inner diameter as the 2.0 twinspark's MAF tube

anyone?

please?
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Looking at my JTS maf it's 60mm.
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Re: the novitec induction kit

many thanks G5een... although a bit of a disapointment as I need something 65mm inner dia. Back to looking!

Thanks for taking the time to have a look for me, appreciated!
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