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Old 27-10-23, 01:52 PM   #1
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ITG Maxogen Kit

As Title says. Looking for a Maxogen ITG kit for the ZS 180.

Might be easier to find hens teeth but if I don't ask!
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Old 27-10-23, 04:08 PM   #2
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Old 28-10-23, 08:03 AM   #3
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Thanks, I have tracked one down but no pipework and no bracket!
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well done, you can make those up??

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well done, you can make those up??

Not worth the effort with how much they want for this one. Will need either a new filter or filter will need filter cleaning too!
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Old 28-10-23, 06:01 PM   #6
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Go for BMC CDA and custom hoses. Mine’s been on 17 odd years, no different in performance to the ITG, been proven.
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Go for BMC CDA and custom hoses. Mineís been on 17 odd years, no different in performance to the ITG, been proven.
Which BMC CDA did you go for?
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Which BMC CDA did you go for?
85-150. You can get the custom hose that fits the throttle body as this has been replicated from the ITG version.
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85-150. You can get the custom hose that fits the throttle body as this has been replicated from the ITG version.
Thanks for the Info. Will look into this. My only worry is how low the Air Inlet will be as I drive mine daily and the weather we have here
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Thanks for the Info. Will look into this. My only worry is how low the Air Inlet will be as I drive mine daily and the weather we have here
Well the ITG inlet sits higher inside the nsf wheel arch. My set up uses the nsf foglight aperture for cleaner colder air flow. You are right concerning the position in very wet weather. Driving through floods is not recommended as have heard stories of hydra-locking. Iíve never had issues where mine is situated even in a downpour.
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