it's true. I thought my car handled great after putting the neuspeed springs and bilstein sport shocks on. It handled like a dream after I finished up by puting the neuspeed stickers on. :lol:FastLane said:Make sure you put any stickers that come with the EVO kit on the rear window. That way you are sure to get another 10-15HP out of it.
I do not have pics of it, but you can check on www.westcoastspeed.com and on www.bmcairfilters.com for pics they have them.B5V6 said:I'll definately look into it, and I appreciate the recommendation Nenad. First, I want to try for the crank pulley. If all goes well, in time, my B5 will be sportin' a BMC. I like those results. Is it possible you could post a picture of the filter inside the canister? My old '96 ranger had a canister like that, and I'm starting to get a junkyard idea.
Yes, point that it is for VR6 is nothing because BMC is dividing their CDA in 2 groups up to 1600 cc and over 1600 cc of engine volume. Difference between different cars is in lenght of intake hose and in holder of CDA.mackman said:Is the cda85-150k-p the bmc intake that I would want for my 01' v6? its the only one that comes up when I do the search on westcoastspeed.com, but it says its for a vr6 passat. the bmc definately sounds like a better set up than the evo intake, and its actually cheaper I think.
It is same kit like for V6. BMC is dividing their CDA in 2 groups up to 1600 cc and over 1600 cc. Go to www.bmcairfilters.com and check all sizes that they have and check diameter of your MAF opening so you can be sure what CDA you will buy 70-130,70-150,85-150,etc.1.8tbeout said:i only see a kit for the v6 passat. do they have one for the 1.8t?