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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2016 3:12 pm 
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Does anybody has interest in one of these legendary intakes?
Fits Audi S2/RS2 and S4
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Price is 1500€ plus shipping
If anyone has interest it can pm me.
I can only produce at least 5 peaces because of the company that makes the cnc work for me.
Just testing waters, made some for the European market, they are crazy here!!


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2016 5:05 pm 
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Any numbers on what this bad boy flows?

Looks awesome!

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 08, 2016 9:56 pm 
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its a nice manifold but i dont think its the best design for a small chassis such a cq because the intake plumbing and the radiator location
you should consider something like this:
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:21 am 
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The picture above is reversed.

Normal schould be like this


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Good enought for 700+ hp but The focus wenn Build was throtle response and inprove lag.


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Also have some of These

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t67 wrote:
Good enought for 700+ hp but The focus wenn Build was throtle response and inprove lag.


And dont you think the one i posted has better throttle respond? Shorter and simplier intake piping and would work with bigger radiator.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 1:11 pm 
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If it was so why did they don't Build it like you on The Rally car?


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t67 wrote:
If it was so why did they don't Build it like you on The Rally car?


maybe because the radiator was in the back? and they have rooms?

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your set up will look like this, in small chassis

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i hope you see the different:
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anyway, glws didnt mean to hijack your topic, it was like a suggestion... nwm

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Why did The Audi engeneers didn't that also? Why put The watercooler in The back, it means more weicht, more work an Labor cost. Perhaps you Wright, or not.


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I like the I.M. A beautiful piece. On the other hand. I am interested in the turbo manifolds you say you have a few of. How thick is the tubing? And How much shipped to the U.S.? Zip code 33428. South Florida. -Andy

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t67 wrote:
Why did The Audi engeneers didn't that also? Why put The watercooler in The back, it means more weicht, more work an Labor cost. Perhaps you Wright, or not.


Your manifold is a beautiful piece. Very rare in the community. If I didn't have one from IROZ already, I'd seriously consider yours.

However, Chris is right. The reversed version would fit better and give sharper throttle response with our front-rad layout.

AudiSport very likely decided to put the radiator out back because they wanted to a) equalize weight distribution as much as possible, and b) gain room in the engine bay.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 14, 2020 4:24 am 
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Ok I know this post is as old as God but I have been searching for an Inlet plenum same the pictured here or something similar.


Does anybody know where one can be purchased? I don't want to go the Wagner route as so many do.

Any help would be appreciated.

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