Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

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Name: Turbo charger
Item No.:K03 105
Part No.:53039880105    
53039700105    
53039880086   
53039700086   
OEM:06F145701G         06F145701GX
06F145701GV      06F145701GD
06F145701E         06F145701EV
06F145701F         06F145701FX
06F145701FV       06F145701B
06F145701C        06F145701H
Application:1.for Audi A3 2.0 TFSI (8P/PA) AXX 200HP 2003- year
2.for Audi TT 2.0 TFSI (8J) 2006 year 200HP BWA-BPY
3.for Seat Leon 2.0 TFSI 2006-2009 year 200HP BWA-BPY
4.for Seat Toledo III 2.0 TFSI 2006-2009 year 200HP BWA-BP
5.for Skoda Octavia II 2.0 TSI 2005 year 200HP BWA-BPY
6.for Volkswagen Eos 2.0 TFSI 2005 year 200HP BWA-BPY
Engine:BWA - BPY , AXX  
Horsepower:200HP
Displacement:2.0L



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Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G


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  • Certified by ISO 9001:2009 and ISO/TS 16949:2008 standards, CNBM is a leading manufacturer and exporter of Turbochargers and Racing products in China since 1994.

  • Producing TURBOCHARGERS of Garrett, Holset, KKK, Schwitzer, MHI and IHI models. Totally 300 different models, exporting to over 30 countries incl. EU, North & South America, Middle East & etc..

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G

Turbocharge for AUDI VW SKODA TSI 53039880105 06F145701G



Packing & Delivery


Packing Detail:

  • Neutal Packing or the package as requirement

  • One turbo in a Carton

  • Wooden case is a good choice for ocean shipping

Delivery Detail:7-30 Days.(As Per Quantity)



Specifications


  • High Speed, higher torque and improved response.

  • Lower Fuel Consumption.

  • Turbo and all its parts 100% changeable with original.

  • Perfect Follow-up Service



In Addition,we are also business in parts of Turbocharger such as:

  • Turbine Housing

  • Compressor Housing/Cover

  • Bearing Housing

  • Repair Kits

  • CHRA

  • Valve

  • Shaft Wheel 

  • Compressor Wheel/Impeller


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No. You don't need to remove the bumper to install a cold air intake, though you probably will need to remove the wheel well liner on one side. Cold air intakes pull air from the wheel wells. You don't need an intake on your celica it won't do anything.
Q:Best air intake for Altima?
The best cold air intake is the one that came from the factory! The air filter is plenty big for your motor until you cam it and add larger injectors and a high capacity fuel pump. The cold air pick up is placed under the hood where it can ram the cold air through the filter and you don't even have the problem of oil from the filter ruining the MAF sensor! Not to mention the 4 hours of down time waiting for the filter to dry after cleaning it! Don't waste your money justr to have a big chrome tube under the hood!
Q:does cold air intakes really work it the computer controls the amount of air depending on air temp?
Cold air intakes work!!! The computer does not control the amount of air into the engine, you do with the throttle, the oxygen sensors monitor the amount of oxygen in the exhaust and tell the computer how much fuel to spray out of the injectors. Cold air is denser than hot, therefor it contains more oxygen, the more cold air into the engine, the more oxygen into the engine, the computer will give it more fuel resulting in more power. DO NOT REMOVE ANY SENSORS!!!!! I am rather well versed in this matter, as I do alot of fuel injection dyno tuning on Harleys.
Q:Can an engine have both a supercharger and a cold air intake?
The check engine light has nothing to do with oil. The check engine light is about emission control unless it is blinking. Could be anything from a lose gas cap to a bad catalytic converter. Your car is under warranty so just go to the dealer. If it is blinking you could have a more severe problem and you need to not drive the car but have it towed to the dealer.
Q:How much should I pay for a cold air intake?
A CAI really isn't going to have any measurable effect on the car's performance. A $300 CAI may sound better than a $35 one, but neither will make your 6 a burnout beast. You're better off putting that money elsewhere (ie, high performance summer tires).
Q:Mazda rx8 air intake system?
I strongly recommend you dont get that particular intake. The renesis motor is like the F20C in that it's very hit or miss with upgrades, the only intake for the RX-8 I've seen that gets even a modest increase is the Revi from Racing Beat it also wont cause the rough idle you will experience with the typhoon because the revi retains one of the intake screens that provide turbulence for the MAF that it is factory tuned to expect. Go to RXtuner for more info.
Q:Thinking about an air intake for my 2010 Mazda 3 2.0?
The horsepower increase occurs near redline. At lower engine speeds the stock intake can provide all the airflow the engine needs. At normal engine operating RPM, the ones you use 99% of the time the intake does nothing, plus you'll never notice the extra couple of horsepower unless you put the car on a dynamometer. Yes you can clean the filters but I'd rather spend $10 or so for a new filter every 30,000 miles than waste time and get my hands dirty cleaning a reusable filter.
Q:What is a straight cold air intake?
he probably just meant is that all you ordered was a straight intake or did you order anything else with it?.thats my guess. Just install it yourself it's not hard at all and the instructions are pretty detailed. Theres no straight intake by the way, the only other option would be the ram air dam on some intake kit and k+n im pretty sure does not have one.good luck!
Q:What is a good cold air intake system for a 2008 mustang?
The best cold air intake that you can get is the factory cold air intake. Your intake all ready has duct work that gets its air from outside the engine compartment. The really funny part is that most aftermarket cold air intakes do not get there air from outside the engine compartment. They get there air from directly behind the radiator (one of the hottest places that they could get air from) so they are really hot air intakes not cold. also the fancy aluminum pipe does not flow any better that a plastic pipe (it just looks better). They do not give you any noticeable H.P. gains what so ever. Look at it this way if you completely remove the air filter and all the duct work going to it you may gain 2 or 3 horse power so how is putting a shinny pipe on it going to make it flow better than a completely unrestricted flow. does not make sense huh. All they do is cost you a bunch of money look shiny and make you car sound like it has a vacuum leak. So unless you just have to have that shiny metal pipe leave the air intake alone you will be sadly disappointed.
Q:Cold air intake problems on my Toyota its using way more gas! what do i do?
first off, why the hell would you put a cold air intake on a 4 cylinder automatic? that really defeats the purpose of the overall effciency of a 4 cylinder. and yeah, the intake combined with your exhaust is killing your gas mileage. in order for cold air to work properly it needs to be heated up faster than hot producing more power. more power is a result of burning more gas. your exhaust which is designed to punch out the air faster than your stock flow is not really helping much either. essentially you're working your measly 4 cylinder like a supercharged 6 cylinder. draining more gas to increase horsepower. I'm sure your car performs pretty nice and has plenty of oooph to it now but you're sacrificing it as the expense of your gas. and with gas prices today being what they are, you're just dumping unneccessary money into your ride. had you something like a mustang or camaro then I can see the reason for putting a cold air in there since they get crappy mileage anyways. but your 4 cyl was designed to be fuel efficient, and now you have made it fuel inefficient. the other hose you had to plug, I'm guessing, would be a NOS system. since it's in your air filter or leading to your air filter, that's where the additional hose comes into play to inject NOS into the increased stream of air. my advice would either be switch back and save your goodies until you get a more powerful car, or plan on filling up several times a week.

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