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Drop In Filters Vs. Full Induction Kits


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So like the above says, which is better.

Which one provides more bang for your buck. Seeing as most full induction kits for the IS retail at over 200gbp and a drop in filter costs less than a 100gbp.

i know a full induction kit makes more noise but wich do you prefer?

p.s where the hell did my poll go ????????

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Can't really see much difference in performance. If you want the look and sound then the induction kit. But remember that as soon as you remove the airbox you see what a mess the engine bay really is with wires etc everywhere.

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Can't really see much difference in performance. If you want the look and sound then the induction kit. But remember that as soon as you remove the airbox you see what a mess the engine bay really is with wires etc everywhere.

I agree the IS engine is pretty good on the induction side, the standard air box etc delievers plenty of air, just like adie says for the look and sound

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yeah i thought it would mainly be the look adn sound. which TBH doesnt do much for me. Would i be better of sorting the xaust

Definitely. A better cat back exhaust will improve performance, depending on make and model the increase will vary as too will the sound and obviously the look.

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yeah i thought it would mainly be the look adn sound. which TBH doesnt do much for me. Would i be better of sorting the xaust

Definitely. A better cat back exhaust will improve performance, depending on make and model the increase will vary as too will the sound and obviously the look.

Or go full out and get manifold then full straight through system LoL although some ppl say that there is a lack of back pressure or something, im not sure ??

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