hi, back here after a very long time, a couple of bits required , firstly as mentioned I need the flexi pipe that connects air filter housing & airflow meter, plus also a original if possible gearstick knob, 6 speed type
Hi all I am wanting to remove the lower airbox pipe that appears to go inner wheel arch lining on my phase 2 3.0 v6. I have tried removing it from above engine bay as where I am parked I cannot jack the car up unfortunately but the pipe has like push clips on top and bottom tried pushing these...
My car is off the road due to a large hole in the part that connects to the turbo from the airbox(it has lines and a 'creased' section). It also has a branch which I think is for the pcv up to the top of the engine.
Sorry if my description is poor, but I can't find one...
Hi all, Can anyone tell me if a 3.2 V6 airbox will actually fit a 3.0 V6 ?
I appreciate that the 3.2 has a slightly larger diameter internal size but is this a doable swap and if so, any disadvantages apart from a slightly slower airflow and possible slight loss of low end torque?
I'm asking as I'm trying to replace the broken plastic/rubber to a stainless steel pipes for my INTAKE.
I currently have a BMC CDA sitting where the old air filter box is.
Is there a certain length that must be followed(piping length) between the Air Filter to the MAF and to TB?
My 156 V6 has a K&N bolted onto it. I'm not proud and I'm not happy, and I want to get a proper Airbox / Filter. :lol:
The K&N is bolted right at the very bottom of the piping, so at least that was all kept original.
What are my options here?
I actually have the airbox off of a 2000 2...
I stripped down the 156 today to replace the radiator, and found that the airbox is knackered. Looks like the intake under the wing broke free, which in turn broke the air filter housing.
So...at the risk of reigniting the cone-filters-kill-MAFs debate, what are my options? I'd quite like...
Hey guys, after seeing a pic of an airbox on GialloEvo94's 145 its made the think HUH when I had my bumper off the other day...
This is the pic of it:
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I have a standard airbox at the top next to the engine and behind the bumper I have another box where...
I want to get rid of the horrible airbox in my 147 and to be honest i am not that techically mined but i can turn my hand to most things can anybody give me any pointers and what replacement i should use:thumbs:
Has anyone on here removed the big airbox resonator on their 166 and put a straight through pipe from the throttle body to the air filter housing?
If so what, if any difference it made to the car? Also has anyone upgraded their exhaust. Ive heard a ragazzon exhaust on a V6 and it sounds amazing!!
Hi all, after recentley realising my air filter is exposed and most of the housing is missing, I've ordered one!
It arrives tomorrow (royal mail permitting:rant: ) and I've no idea how to fit it, I'm assuming it can't be that hard but was wondering if anyone has any tips etc to help me along...
Basically i am just looking for a bit of assurance, I have been trying to replace the air filter on my 156 and have managed to break a hole in the air box:cry: trying to get the bolts undone which i still have not managed to do:mad:
the hole in the box is on the outside of the...
Got the rusty nuts problem and the studs spinning in the airbox lid and also on the MAF retaining brackets (need to change it). To get the air box out is it just the bolts at the front of the battery tray? I can see 2 rubbers underneath, do they just pull out? If I can't fix it does...