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* Modified vs. Stock Intake Temperatures *

* Modified vs. Stock Intake Temperatures *

Using the TORQUE Engine Management Diagnostic App


These are my personal Temperatures that I have taken with the TORQUE app that directly talks to the ECU of my 2016 Audi S3 using IE Tune Stage 2 91 octane file and TCU Tune


They show different temperatures at certain driving stages:
Engine intake temperature - Ambient and Coolant Temperature


Torque App as displayed on my mobile phone: You can program many different types of gauges if you wish - this is just one of my screens that I like to default to
Audi 2016 S3 in Car Setup



This the Bluetooth Dongle that I prefer to use - one of the main advantages over all others, is that it has an auto off so you can leave it plugged in without draining your battery - you can purchase this from Amazon
IInside Bluetooth LegroomInside Bluetooth FrontInside Bluetooth Left FrontInside Bluetooth Right FrontTorque Front Menu



Low Outside Temps - Screen Captures from the TORQUE App
From Left to right, they are: Engine Off 15 min Heat-Soak - Short 35 mph Drive for few City Blocks - Short 45 mph Drive for few City Blocks - Steady State 1 Mile Drive at 75 mph - Hard Acceleration on a Down Ramp
Engine Off 15 min Heatsoak Low Temperature35mph For a Few City Blocks Low Temperature45mph For a Few City Blocks Low TemperatureSteady State For About 1 Mile at 75mph Low TemperatureStarting Down an Exit Ramp  Low Temperature



High Outside Temps - Screen Captures from the TORQUE App
From Left to right, they are: Engine Off 15 min Heat-Soak - Short 35 mph Drive for few City Blocks - Short 45 mph Drive for few City Blocks - Steady State 1 Mile Drive at 75 mph - Hard Acceleration on a Down Ramp
Engine Off for 15min Heatsoak High Temperature35mph For a Few City Blocks High Temperature45mph For a Few City Blocks High TemperatureSteady State For About 1 mile at 75mph High TemperatureStarting Down an Exit Ramp High Temperature



Optional Modification For More Direct Airflow into the Stock OEM Cold Air Intake System
Air Vented Plugs into 1 Inch Drilled Holes for Heavy Snow Areas like Minnesota in the Winter, this can be a useful modification - click on individual pictures below for a better view
Vent Directing Air Flow UpwardsVent Directing Air Flow DownwardsVent Directing Air Flow DownwardsSnow Plug Vent Directing Air Flow Downwards

The Passenger side air vent plugs are directing air flow upwards and the Drivers side air vent plugs are directing air flow downward for a visual example - normally they would both be directing the air flow in the same direction - for  winter, rotate air vent plugs so air flow is directed downward, and for summer, rotate air vent plugs so air flow is directed upward - or you can leave the air vent plugs flowing upwards - simply reinstalled the "Factory Snow Guard" if needed.


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.



Revo Performance Chart showing their Carbon Series Air Intake Duct Gains vs. Audi Stock Air Intake Duct
Revo Test charts Comparing to a Stock Air Inlets Duct



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
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Intake Duct - closed vs open
Complete Performance Air Intake Systems
(Below Link for Cost Comparison)

* Used in the Airflow chart for Reference  - Cost: $607.46

EM Complete Air Intake System - Get Similar or Better Performance
against After Market Performance Systems without the Cost 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 Complete Cold Air Intake Systems on the Market
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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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