R600 with MAF sensor
Welcome to the R600 intake. We believe that this is the world’s most sophisticated intake for MQB-platform EA888 cars.
Functionally, a vastly-enlarged airbox houses a giant TriFoam triple-layer filter. Using twin front air intakes, from both sides of the front panel, this rates the intake up to 600bhp through the very significantly improved mass airflow through to the turbo. Appearance-wise, the airbox is manufactured in the UK from the same PU material as the original factory airbox, matched in to the same finish and appearance as the engine cover.
This attention to detail extends to all the fittings, which use the factory mounting methods ensuring simple and reliable fitment. All to assure you of the same levels of quality and durability as a factory part.
TURBO INLET ELBOW
The VWR High Flow Turbo Inlet has been engineered as a simple upgrade to significantly increase air flow into the turbocharger. It’s the perfect complement to either our R600 Cold Air Intake, the standard airbox or indeed any other aftermarket intake system.
A simple fitment, the VWR High Flow Turbo Inlet is a large diameter, free flowing intake elbow, CNC machined from aluminium billet to replace the small and restrictive plastic factory inlet.
Without it the potential of any high flow intake system is wasted because any smooth flowing intake charge has to taper down to pass through the tight and restrictive bend of the factory part.
The result? Back-to-back comparisons against the factory elbow on our flow bench reveals an impressive improvement in airflow. We’ve seen some surprisingly significant power and torque increases from the fitment of the VWR High Flow Turbo Inlet as a result of the faster turbo spool and increased airflow it generates. It’s also possible to hear an enhanced sound from the turbo which comes as another benefit for any enthusiast.
TURBO MUFFLER DELETE
The VWR Turbo Muffler Delete is a simple and cost-effective upgrade for any MQB-platform car using the 1.8T and 2.0T EA888 TSI engines with the IHI turbo.
The VWR Turbo Muffler Delete is a sleek single billet design which replaces the restrictive, power-robbing OEM part with allowing a smooth, turbulence free air path exiting the turbo.
What does it do? The standard part is located on the outlet of the turbo compressor and is simply designed to reduce engine bay acoustics. Whilst it subdues the harmonic noises generated by the turbo, it also adds in disruptive turbulence to the airflow right where you don’t want it.
By replacing the standard part with our VWR Turbo Muffler Delete it is possible to replace this restrictive section with a straight, uninterrupted piece. The result: better boost response giving a little more power, as well as being able to actually hear the turbo working.
The VWR High-Flow Turbo Inlet Pipe for MQB Golf 7 GTI/R plus Audi S3 has been engineered to increase air flow through to the turbocharger as the perfect compliment our VWR R600 Cold Air Intake or even the standard airbox. But, some of the new vehicle models are equipped with ‘MAF sensor’.
HOW DO I KNOW IF MY CAR IS ‘MAF’?
Check before you order!
The new 2.0TSI EA888 Gen.3B ‘Miller cycle’ engines (all producing around 190hp) are becoming ever more popular across the VWG range.
As these engines now use a Mass Airflow Sensor (MAF), they require a different version of the R600 intake (VWR12 G7R602) and the Turbo Inlet Hose (VWR12 G7R602ITBLA).
It’s very easy to check your car. Does it have this sensor and wiring shown in the picture? That’s the MAF sensor, so make sure you get the correct R600 and Hose.
2.0 TSI MQB / EA888 Gen 3B 190 hp engine with MAF
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VW Arteon 2.0 TSI 190hp 2017+
VW Tiguan II 2.0 TSI 190hp 2018+
VW T-Roc 2.0 TSI 190hp 2017+
Audi A3 40TFSI 2.0 TSI 190hp 2016+
Audi Q2 40TFSI 2.0 TSI 190hp 2017+
Audi Q3 40TFSI 2.0 TSI 190hp 2018+
Audi TT 40TFSI 2.0 TSI 197hp 2018+
Skoda Octavia III 2.0 TSI 190hp 2017+ 5E
Skoda Superb III 2.0 TSI 190hp 2019+ 3V
Skoda Karoq 2.0 TSI 190hp 2018+
Skoda Kodiaq 2.0 TSI 190hp 2018+
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