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Old 6th September 2008, 15:24   #1 (permalink)
 
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HKS Intakes for FN2

Finally released and in stock.

Premium Suction kit. 165.00 + VAT



Racing Suction kit. 225.00 + VAT



Super Hybrid replacement filter kit. 26.00 + VAT



First 2 kits retain the standard airbox. Last is conventianal HKS cone intake.
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Old 11th September 2008, 10:43   #2 (permalink)
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Premium suction kit now tested and made 3-5bhp gains over the stock inbox.

A good value alternative for people that want to retain the standard airbox but add a bit of bling with a few bhp more.

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How abot the "Racing Suction kit" has this been tested.
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Similar gains to the AEM.
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I'm really interested for the "premium suction kit", but... will this fits
LHD Type R?
Is possible for you to send this item in Italy?
Last question: how can i order it? ( i can't find this item on your website)
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I'm really interested for the "premium suction kit", but... will this fits
LHD Type R?
Is possible for you to send this item in Italy?
Last question: how can i order it? ( i can't find this item on your website)
We ship worldwide but sometimes it's better to find a local supplier.
The kit should fit if your airbox is in the same position as on the UK spec cars as only differnce over stock is the intake pipe.

Just email us direct and we will sort the details.

email: [email protected]

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Any noise difference with the Premium Suction? Wouldn't imagine so....
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Any noise difference with the Premium Suction? Wouldn't imagine so....
Thought you weren't mucking about with under the bonnet yet - well not until the warranty is up?
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Well the GruppeM sounds like a let down on the noise front... just a thought!
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Well who gives a flying whats not about the noise when you have a Milltek - I'm only interested in the power gains because as much as noise is good (although not good for me) its not going to win you any prizes
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Well that is true, but if it's not for the noise, you're still going to be hard pushed to notice a few BHP gain in the real world from an induction or exhaust on the FN2.

Just think it's a shame that with all that gorgeous carbon fibre on the Gruppe M and the high cost, nobody would know you had it from the looks or sound of the car from the outside...

But as you say, the Milltek produces plenty of noise as it is!!
Regretting yours?
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I don't regret the exhaust but I did want the resonated system due to the noise factor - its not very kid friendly
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Does the panel filter have to be used with original filters rubber surround or without any rubber surround?
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You simply remove the OEM filter and drop the HKS one straght in. No swapping anything.
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Have you any idea how the replacement panal filter compares to the new BMC sports one? because it's nearly half the price.

Also there seems to be no info on increase noise or nominal BHP gain?
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Have you any idea how the replacement panal filter compares to the new BMC sports one? because it's nearly half the price.

Also there seems to be no info on increase noise or nominal BHP gain?
Its higher flow than stock. Gains on replacement drop in filters will always be minimum but 2bhp could be possible.

You won't hear any change in induction noise as its still a closed airbox.
If you want noise, get an open cone filter.
If you want gains get a GruppeM.
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Yeah I know just wondered what would be the best out of the 2?
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Does the HKS Suction kit provide a good noise on accleration?
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Does the HKS Suction kit provide a good noise on accleration?
Yes.

Give them a call if your interested as they don't keep them in stock but can get one pretty much next day.
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Yes.

Give them a call if your interested as they don't keep them in stock but can get one pretty much next day.
Do you have a HKS suction kit mate? Or heard it in action?

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