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We are excited to introduce RRM's FIAT 500 Corsa Intake System. This intake was R & D ed for weeks and after 4 different prototypes we came up with the best dynoed system for the 1.3 liter U.S. engine. Again we put a ton of effort into this intake and spent 2 days on the dyno with an independent lab. We made a slick unit that has a length that is key to it's performance and Road Race, Corsa-Dyno Tuned Intake, out dynoed the CAI we built to panel filter. Both extremes have not performed like this intake. It is a simple install too. Watch the video for install direction. The vid is rather short but that is because you will install it in minutes with about 3 tools.

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This should be wathced by guys that are not so sure what is needed. It is a very easy install. All you need are basic tools. You can also dial in the install if you need to to position the filter in just the right spot. If you adjust where you clamp the pipe down and or want to bend the bracket a little, those 2 things will allow for a lot of adjustment. Do not tighten things up until you are sure you are happy with the position. If you have a question, feel free to call us. We can walk you through it. Very easy install and arguably the best intake for the 500.

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Yes Abarth parts re going great. We expect 200+ h.p. dynos shortly. AS for this intake, people need to remember this is a niche market and low production is the key to parts. not to mention, this is not a V-8, in fact it is not a 2.0 l. Being a 1.4liter, the % of gain is very respectable. This car puts down 70-80 h.p. at the wheels so this is almost 10% gain. Call it 5-10%. That is great for something so small.

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