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Hi
I have checked my air filter and is dirt.I have searched for one and I did see one called Pipercross.
My question is As I need to replace my air filter does worth buy any Pipercross filter or should I try The Induction filter Kit? This will affect the mpg ?
Or should I buy from ebay a stand one for £13 and forget the rest?
Thanks for all the help
 

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Errmmm - what engine do you have ? ...

The 1.8 has the K&N panel filter, the K&N 57i air filter, the Ingen 'CAI', etc. ...
 

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pipercross is good i put in my bmw 330 it made it sound a bit sexy and it waswashable so never needed to change it again untill i sold it
but now i am only sticking to original parts all those aftermarket filters mess up with the airmas meter ( i had bad experience on my golf mk4
 

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There is a link on youtube showing tests done on a FN2 Type R & the best in-box panel air filter is the stock Honda one.

 

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To be honest I'd stick with a genuine part on the diesel. Although I never had one on my diesel golf, I read ALOT of bad press about the K&N messing up the sensor. If you to get more from the engine there's always the remap
 

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To be honest I'd stick with a genuine part on the diesel. Although I never had one on my diesel golf, I read ALOT of bad press about the K&N messing up the sensor. If you to get more from the engine there's always the remap
Many thanks.
I think I have enough power from the car it is a fast car,my concern is about fuel saver,the changes I may made is to see if I can save on fuel,
 
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