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Wes

[Car_Upgrade] Wes's 205 Gti6 Fast Road And Track Car

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dch1950

His name's Dave Hickman :ph34r:

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Jolly Green Monster

very nice Wes :)

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mmt

Hi wes

Very nice build.

 

What is the difference with and without the resonate box on the intake manifold. I' m about to fit a new manifold but cant decide wether or not to keep the Helmholtz box!?

 

Cheers

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Wes

Hi wes

Very nice build.

 

What is the difference with and without the resonate box on the intake manifold. I' m about to fit a new manifold but cant decide wether or not to keep the Helmholtz box!?

 

Cheers

i couldn't tell any difference to power, it might be a bit louder but my filter is pretty loud so can't tell if it is. it makes a lot more room in the engine bay so i would ditch it.

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Wes

after a lot of thought the car is up for sale after 7 years of ownership its time to move on :unsure:

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Paul_13
:(

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Wes

ok i changed my mind, keeping it now but will store it for a few years. :)

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Reebmit

Good idea Wes, will increase in value far more than the £30 per year interest from the bank! and you get to enjoy it in a few years time.... Im doing similar with one of mine...

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Wes

ive been pretty lucky and have found somewhere to store it a couple miles from my house. its now parked up under a cover in my mates unit. i will go over once a month to pay him and start it up etc.

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