Do you have a 1.6T Hyundai or Kia?
Looking for a cost effective way to get some more flow and turbo noise?
Or perhaps you looking for a bump in power but don't want to have an exposed filter in the engine bay?
Then these options here are perfect for you, these pipes are made such that you can replace your intake pipe but still retain your factory airbox. They can be easily coupled with an upgraded K&N Intake filter, allowing you to gain most of the of the flow of an aftermarket intake, while still keeping intake and turbo noise under control.
Alternatively, remove the lid off your airbox and run an exposed pod, giving you the maximum possible turbo noise.
I installed this intake pipe on my Cerato GT, and it goes well with the K&N panel filter, and the intercooler resonator delete pipe that I installed previously. Even when driving the car in Smart Mode, there is a noticeable improvement in performance, and the turbo and intake noise is subtle, but the noise becomes a bit more noticeable under hard acceleration. This mod can also help improve fuel economy, when the car in driven with economy in mind ( on a 13.3 km suburban route with moderate traffic conditions that I have used to test the car, my previous best figure was 6.8 L per 100 km, but after I installed the intake pipe upgrade, I was able to achieve 6.4 L per 100 km on the same route, a 5.8% improvement ). This mod is a must have, if you want to improve engine efficiency, but keep turbo and intake noise under control.
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This was an easy mod to install - all existing hoses and new clamps and adapters matched up easily. The air intake really makes the engine bay look classy. Match with a K&N air filter for improved air flow. Don't expect huge noise gains, it's more subtle.