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Old 03-05-2003, 17:13   #1 (permalink)
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confused AUII XR8 intake v's T-Series intake

Which is the better intake?
Or are they pretty much the same?
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Old 03-05-2003, 17:19   #2 (permalink)
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T-series intake is as follows:
"..... 82 mm diameter throttle body. With a three-piece high flow inlet manifold and a conical air cleaner with dedicated mass air flow (MAF) sensor....."

Standard AU2 XR8 is 65mm TB etc.

I'm guessing the 82mm one is better, at least for the stroked Windsor, but don't know what effect it will have on a standard XR8. I know the 70mm TB works well on mine!
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Im only interested in the air intake
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The rubber tube with the big round pod on the end?
Don't know much about them - but would love one!

Or do you mean the bit that screws on to the top of the radiator support panel and feeds the air box. I know the Tseries ones are about 50% larger than standard, but don't know what size the AU2 XR ones are. Muzz has the large one on his, so Iassume yours would be the same. You can check mine or Muzz's tonight if you want.

And you forgot to use the word idiot - as in "You idiot JC - Im only interested in the air intake".
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The AUII XR8 220 has the same intake and throttle body, 70mm as the series II TE50, The series III T Series went up to 82mm body for the 250KW
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