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Old 11-22-2016, 08:10 PM   #29
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Tyler,

Do you guys have any other way to deliver ECU tunes besides driving to SLC? I'm getting ready to spring for a tune and want to consider you guys as an option.

I love the intake and am already rocking the swag.
Rad! Love the badge, thanks for the love. We have our powerlink cable that you can flash your file from your driveway in a matter of minutes. We are currently on our V2 cable, however our own in-house developed V3 cable is about to go live everywhere. Much more friendly user interface and file delivery system. Email me to get setup on that if you wish. tyler@performancebyie.com

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Old 11-29-2016, 01:58 AM   #30
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Old 11-29-2016, 10:20 AM   #31
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i installed this intake on my FSI Golf R last weekend. i was waiting to do the clutch at the same time because IE states that the engine hanger needs to be removed for clearance. I found that on my 2012 FSI this is NOT the case. For anyone on the fence about this manifold and the premium velocity stack it features, I just thought you would want to know that you may not need to remove your engine hanger from the front right position on the FSI.

the fuel rail bracket just needs some Dremel fitting with cutoff wheels, the grinding stone and sanding drums for finishing; and a half round mill bastard file for shaping.

getting the oil dipstick tube to line up with the other hose bracket and the boss was tricky, i actually went without the washer and maybe used a 7mm vs the 5mm bolt. make sure the oil tube us fully seated before mounting the manifold.

the hpfp fuel line to fuel rail is tight, mount the valve first, then the bracket clamp over the dv bracket on the boss.
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Old 11-29-2016, 07:20 PM   #32
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Nice work light-spigot! Looks great.
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