Eventuri Intake Review

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  1. satindragon

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    Just got my Eventuri intake in from @Extreme Power House and color me impressed. Holding it in my hands, I can see why it costs what it does. The packaging is top notch and the fitment was absolutely perfect.

    I can hear more turbo noise in the cabin now which is just what I was going for. I made a couple pulls and the car definitely feels stronger up. Guess I'll have to get back on the same dyno at some point to verify. In case anyone cares, the stock intake weighs 6lbs 9.9 ounces whereas the Eventuri tips the scales at 4lbs 11 ounces; a savings of almost 2lbs. Not much but every bit helps right?

    Big thanks to Mike @Extreme Power House for getting the intake shipped so quickly.

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    Looks nice! I was thinking about getting one too.

    If you wanted to change the air filter would you have to take apart the whole thing? Also, would the intake only work with their proprietary filter? (it looks like it’s shaped differently than a regular cone filter).
     
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    Dope! I thought about popping off that plate on the intake behind the headlight. You leaving yours?
     
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    Eventuri is quailty, looks great, cant wait to see what it makes.
     
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    Yep you’d have to take it apart to clean the filter. You could probably use a different filter it not sure why. Eventuri put a lot of research into their filter so I wouldn’t want to run something different. It can be serviced and reused so a replacement shouldn’t be necessary.

    I wouldn’t take the plate off without some ducting because then you’d negate some of the benefits of the system by drawing hot air from the engine bay. I believe Eventuri is coming out with some duct that replaces the headlight along the lines of what they did for the RS3.
     
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    You now need to get the matching engine cover.
     
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    Would be nice if they posted a weight savings.
     
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    Looks great

    Any in car vids?
     
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    Looks great !!!

    Thank you for giving us a chance to take part in your build :thumbsup:
     
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    This one :D

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    Oh my that is beautiful.
     
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    Oh my :) Guess it's not just the butt dyno.

     
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    In terms of power gains, I feel that it is substantially better than its competitors but most people seem to like the MST intake better due to its induction sounds and price point. If this intake was at 800.00, I think I would buy it, even though that price would still be too expensive for an intake.
     
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    It definitely is on the pricey side but given that it has documented power improvements, I'm pretty happy with it. I imagine AMS's solution will likely provide similar power gains once it becomes available.
     

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