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    Active Member Two Rings
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    how much of the stock air intake system will be taken out with a new cone filter system??

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    Veteran Member Four Rings coolgraymemo's Avatar
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    most of it.

    is this on a 1.8T or 2.8?

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    Established Member Two Rings DrkZide's Avatar
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    Is that even worth it? I thought cone air systems caused problems? Something about the secondary air pump and that a drop in K&N or AEM DryFlo would be better.
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    its on a 1.8t , ive herd of k&n being popular as well

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Kyle H's Avatar
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    unless the CAI is being installed with something bigger than a k04, don't worry about it. the stock intake flows just enough.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings coolgraymemo's Avatar
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    ive hard the stock intake can take up to 300hp.

    check out the a4wiki for more info...

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    is there a way to maybe take the stock one out and clean it real well?? i have no experience with ripping stuff out of cars, and only have no tools

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    just replace the filter with and OEM one, they ant very expensive, K&N filters can cause issues with the maf buy getting oil on it

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    im not good with the lingo on here, whats OEM? sorry

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    OEM is just genuine audi, it stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer

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    I like K&N, never had a problem with my MAF on my 3000GT. Although I spray that MAF cleaner everytime I clean the filter.
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    Registered Member One Ring Leoaudiguy's Avatar
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    a cone filter will open up th system better for good straight flow. They sound great too when you release the gas

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    Yeah i went from stock box, to OF. All you get is a bunch of turbo sound and your DV talks! great fun
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