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Looks like a HAI if it is sucking Warm air from the engine compartment unless it is missing its heat shielding...



 

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Go over to Finsport.co.uk, have a look at theirs. MIne has arrived in SA, cant wait to fit it. Most of the other companies have a cone filter on a pipe, that's no CAI. Finsport is so far the only real CAI out there.
 

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Those are bigger gains than I would have thought, but I think with a tune (and maybe a bigger IC) those numbers should go way up.
If i'm reading that right, it seems it also has an exhaust or a downpipe on top of the intake. Wouldn't be surprised to see a bigger gain being done by those over the intake.
 

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I'm not sure that those are the gains from the intake alone. The gains are very good, but I doubt that they are only from an intake. I could be wrong though. Also, dyno001 should not be used as a baseline. I would do at least 3 runs to allow the car/ecu to adapt. I've seen a 3% increase in whp between 3 runs on some cars because the ecu adapted. In any case, if PS Motorsport can shed some light on this, it would be great. Thanks.
 

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Hello,
Were used in a Mongoose exhaust system cat, The GGR intake, and a silicone suction hose.
Our Fiesta ST has been driven almost 100 runs on the dyno.
Befor we obstruct something new is always measured before.
Thus achive that will fit the measurements.
And please excuse my bad english.
Bad english excused :) Ty for posting dyno's! You're the first tuner to do so which is very nice.
 
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