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Tegiwa or HSK RSK Air induction kit!

Hi all,

Been asked before i know but need opinions based on my current setup and future plans (thanks for your help so far Loxy!)
I have FN2 which currently has a Milltek non res exhaust and am looking at getting a induction kit for better performance (looking at getting a flashpro or ecutek remap in the next 12 months). With this in mind which of the two would you get and why?

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Just going to throw the CPL CAI into your mix.
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Just had an offer accepted for an rsk for 240!

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closed airbox.

unless you just want noise... but it gets old
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closed airbox.

unless you just want noise... but it gets old
I dunno - the sound of my HKS never got old and only went in the chase for BHP. Hear the odd one on track and they still sound mental.
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I dunno - the sound of my HKS never got old and only went in the chase for BHP. Hear the odd one on track and they still sound mental.
i must be getting old then lol .

like my 3' exhaust, looking into Helmholtz resonators to take the drone out on motorways..
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Does the rsk drone on motorways? Does it inky make noise in vtec? Tempted to go with the tegiwa otherwise as not picked up the rsk yet

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And cancelled the rsk and agreed on a price for the tegiwa with a driven scoop! What's your opinions on this combo? Still give a bit of noise in vtec?

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And cancelled the rsk and agreed on a price for the tegiwa with a driven scoop! What's your opinions on this combo? Still give a bit of noise in vtec?

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probably the best and safest option for power on a fn2...

The other filters with good gains are the skunk2 and hybrid racing... but both put the filter down near the fog light which is a concern for some.

I had skunk2 but went with a mugen box instead.. again for noise.
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How easy is the Tegiwa Induction kit to fit compared to the HKS RSK kit?

I've been reading the Tegiwa kit is a bumper off job!
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Only for a scoop. Easy enough to do.
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Easier, I'd imagine. Taking the bumper off helps remove all the oem resonator etc. Bumper off is easy.
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Standard, smoothed airbox with direct CAF and K&N panel. Couple of small holes drilled in the side for noise.

Sod paying 300 quid for anything else.
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