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I'm after a GSR intake pipe and filter, then a remap at red dot or similar.

Any thoughts on where to get the bits and advise welcome.

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There was a big thread last year where a GSR development project for the GTV V6 ended up in poor quality hose which collapsed under full throttle.

The person doing the development gave such poor service that I think no one has thought about this for a while
 

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If you really want one get in touch with clovertech
 

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i would read through big dogs thread (gtv v6), then make your mind up......personally i would stay well clear
 

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Ok anything else that would do?
 

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custom diy:D

or cda etc
 

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custom of cda not diy :)

just looking to improve the breathing
 

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Custom or

I prefer extra strong mints and not there new chewing gum!! Lol
 

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Lol - class diy as do it yourself, not getting a custom intake done buy a tuner

so you recomend cda?
 

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Lol - class diy as do it yourself, not getting a custom intake done buy a tuner

so you recomend cda?
i class custom as doing one yourself, i.e customised to your car and standards, and diy the same (only becasue i did mine:lol:):p

i class "one off" as done by a tuner;)

but yeah i get what you mean:D i like mine:p:lol:

anyway, if your not confident at doing it yourself, cda is the way to go:thumbs:
 

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Ok so any recomendations, I hear cdas are a little low down?
 

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Ok so any recomendations, I hear cdas are a little low down?
there isnt really anything else for the jtd, except the replacement panel filters

anything intake wise is low down, especially on the diesels, look where the turbo is;)

just make sure it doesnt sit below the bumper, and everything will be fine:thumbs:
 
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Had my BMC CDA fitted for ages now Tom - sounds ace :thumbs: , but I avoid splashing in large puddles these days (much to the disappointment of my youngest son) :lol:
 

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Had my BMC CDA fitted for ages now Tom - sounds ace :thumbs: , but I avoid splashing in large puddles these days (much to the disappointment of my youngest son) :lol:
yeah thats the only downside, cant get people at bus stops:rant::lol:
 

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Lol that was my worry, the wife drives it as well and ant as careful!

Might just go for a Novitec filter.
 
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