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Old 20-11-2017, 22:23   #1
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Runner flap delete seat leon cupra 240

Sorry if this has been covered before . I have my car booked in for stage 2+ at Rtech in 3 weeks and I can’t de bate on wether to get a inlet runner flap delete mod done ,has anyone had any first hand experience with this mod ?

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I can't comment on gains from this but I would highly recommend that if you do, have the inlet valves and properly cleaned as they will be absolutely caked in burnt on carbon and coke. I did this on mine as it was misfiring on idle. Made a big difference. It's a common problem on the direct injection engines.
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