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Old 10-06-18, 00:17   #1
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JPC Inlet too big for the street?

Hi All,

I hope all is well.

Just wanting to get opinions, as I have been using a JPC Inlet for quite sometime now, and I feel that the car is very laggy/doughy.

Now I understand it may be a million things, Tune, Turbo selection, Comp, Cam and so on, but has anyone had one and made a change to another inlet and noticed a difference? I feel it maybe airspeed related.

Love some feedback,

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Old 10-06-18, 18:19   #2
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All contributes Mikey i guess. I love the look of the JPC plenum the most but for me personally the maatouks/modified standard one is the most responsive for street duties. Like you said though chances are there ar other things that are more likely to be the culprit.

I've got two maatouk inlets if you wanna try and see if it makes a difference lol
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Old 10-06-18, 20:11   #3
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Can I ask what set up are you running?
Comp, fuel, turbo and housing size, throttle body and cooler piping size. Thanks
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