Stock Airbox Intake vs. Performance Intake
Air Flow Readings - Higher Numbers are Better
Above Intake Airflow Chart was take from:
mk7 Home Page:
mk7 APR Intake Airflow Test:
Further Improve Your Stock Airbox Intake System In
Three Easy Separate Stages
Stage 1: Add a flat panel dry or wet filter and remove snow guard from OEM Stock Airbox Intake SystemCost around $60.00 - Shown in above chart - Very Good Performance
*Stage 2: Same as Stage 1, but adding a Remote Systems Air Blade - Great alternative for those that want the extra performance, but do not want to open the Factory Blocked Driver's Side Air Intake Vents - Even Better Performance
Cost $65.00 Street Version - $120.00 Track Version
Stage 3: Same as Stage 1 and Stage 2, but also opening up the factory blocked drivers side intake air vents
Cost Varies - Simple and Easy To Do if you are familiar using a Hand Drill and Dremel - The Very Best Performance
* Doing all three stages and tested in my personal 2016 Audi S3, my oil temps dropped anywhere from 5 to 15 degrees depending how it is driven: sporty driving, lazy man city driving, stop and go traffic.
This can give you between 5 to 15hp and possibly more depending on supporting add-ons, i.e. Silicone Turbo Inlet Hose, Turbo Inlet Elbow Pipe, Turbo Muffler Delete, Piggy Back Power Module or a Flash Tune.
Update: 04-15-20 - Removed Neuspeed Piggy Back Power Module - Installed Integrated Engineering Catted Cast Downpipe - IE Stage 2 ECU High Torque 91 Octane Tune and IE TCU Tune - The Tune over the NPM seems to have given a straight across the board a 20 to 23 degree drop in oil temps regardless of how it is driven vs the NPM giving only a 5 to 15 degree drop and IS dependent on how it is driven - Upper and Lower 034 Dogbone Mount Inserts using OEM Dogbone Arm - Intercooler possible future mod.
Temperature Heat Reading Chart was take from:
the Humble mechanic YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/HumbleMechanic
the Humble mechanic Temperature Tests:
Alternative to buying an expensive Carbon Fiber Aftermarket Performance Cold Air Intake System or Cold Air Intake Duct to gain better airflow velocity, get better throttle response, decreased air intake temperature, more performance and sound - simply modify your existing OEM Stock Cold Air Intake System by installing a Wet or Dry Performance Flat Panel Air filter, removing the Factory Snow Guard, install an Air Blade by Remote Systems, and open up the "Factory Blocked Driver's Side Air Intake Vents" of the OEM Stock Cold Air Intake Duct.
By modifying your OEM Stock Cold Air Intake System you keep the factory designed airflow going into the engine bay minimizing excessive engine bay heat buildup and heat soak unlike some Aftermarket Variants that do not allow airflow into the engine bay. Above 35mph, the installed Air Blade will continue to allow cooler ambient airflow into the engine bay while still creating additional cold ram airflow into the Airbox maximizing performance that can give you between 5 to 15hp and possibly more depending on supporting add-ons, i.e. Silicone Turbo Inlet Hose, Turbo Inlet Elbow Pipe, Turbo Muffler Delete, Piggy Back Power Module or a Flash Tune.
Note: living in Minnesota Winters, I have found that removing the "Factory Snow Guard" and opening of the driver's side "Factory Blocked Driver's Side Air Intake Vents" has caused no detrimental effect and I have not seen any snow or debris out of the normal entering into the OEM Stock Airbox Intake System.
Compatible for Audi A3/S3 series, VW Golf R and possibly other MQB platforms. I have only tested this modification on the Audi platform. I cannot verify that by removing the "Snow Guard" or opening of the "Factory Blocked Driver's Side Air Intake Vents" will allow snow or rain to be a problem in other MQB platforms. If unsure, simply leaving the "Snow Guard" in place will prevent snow, rain, or debris becoming a problem even if the "Factory Blocked Driver's Side Air Intake Vents" are opened up.
Revo Performance Air Intake Duct
(Below Link for Cost Comparison)
Get "Revo like Performance" Front Section of the OEM Air Intake Duct
by Modifying the OEM Stock Cold Air Intake Duct with Drivers Side Intake Vents Opened and using our Air-Blade
Cost: less than 1/3 of comparable Cold Air Intake Ducts on the Market
Complete Performance Air Intake Systems
(Below Link for Cost Comparison)
* Used in the Airflow chart for Reference - Cost: $607.46
OEM Complete Air Intake System - Get Similar or Better Performance
against After Market Performance Systems without the Cost by Modifying the OEM Stock Air Intake Duct with Drivers Side Intake Vents Opened and using our
Overview of what has been changed, removed or Upgraded to the OEM Stock Cold Air Intake System - Click Here for Instructions
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