Mk1 Branches

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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby TinTin » Sat Feb 26, 2011 10:07 am

MarnoG wrote:Getting back to the topic, Hahaha, what about Powerflow?



powerflow supplies and fits bro-speed!!
ex: 2.0 04 citi.com

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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby Stephan » Sat Feb 26, 2011 11:09 am

1.4mk1 wrote:ok so I am sourcing a decent branch what would you guys recommened

mk1 golf,

so far I am looking at wilcat?


You driving a 1.4 (i or carb)

The branches doesn't really make a difference unless you go 1.8 and bigger, the standard branches on the 1.4i and 1.6i is effective enough, only change your zorst, I did a 45mm from the branch into a powerflow box and then step 51mm straight through into a TNT back box with standard a velo tipp. Blows madly and I performs well with the 272 STK cam and pulley. Also tuned the fueling up a bit and advanced timing.
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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby 1.4mk1 » Sun Feb 27, 2011 9:22 am

Stephan wrote:
1.4mk1 wrote:ok so I am sourcing a decent branch what would you guys recommened

mk1 golf,

so far I am looking at wilcat?


You driving a 1.4 (i or carb)

The branches doesn't really make a difference unless you go 1.8 and bigger, the standard branches on the 1.4i and 1.6i is effective enough, only change your zorst, I did a 45mm from the branch into a powerflow box and then step 51mm straight through into a TNT back box with standard a velo tipp. Blows madly and I performs well with the 272 STK cam and pulley. Also tuned the fueling up a bit and advanced timing.


Hi Stephan, i have the 1.4 carb...
Jetta II 1.6 modded 2.0 sold
Mk1/citi Golf 1.4 not .com
HB 2005 3.3 V6 sold
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MG 6 2011 1.8 Turbo :)

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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby 1.4mk1 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:23 am

ok so now i am confused, had a long chat to a exhaust company(no names mentioned), they recon I'm wasting my money fitting a branch on a 1.4 carb, I won't get any power gains. :bang:
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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby AshG108 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:01 am

i had the 4-2-1 Viper branch with a full 50mm Cowley system, it sounded nice and was a good addition of power, the same one that Coroner owns now...
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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby 1.4mk1 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:02 am

aZZ_kIkN_vELO wrote:i had the 4-2-1 Viper branch with a full 50mm Cowley system, it sounded nice and was a good addition of power, the same one that Coroner owns now...


on a 1.4i or carb?
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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby AshG108 » Fri Mar 04, 2011 11:11 am

it was on a 1.4i, had a branch on my old 1.4carb as well, didnt feel like it kicked as much as the FI tho...
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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby 1FLYCTi » Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:34 pm

lol :crazy:

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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby AndreKrugel » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:29 pm

TinTin wrote:
MarnoG wrote:Getting back to the topic, Hahaha, what about Powerflow?



powerflow supplies and fits bro-speed!!

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Re: Mk1 Branches

Postby AndreKrugel » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:31 pm

HI guys

I have a 2004 citi golf 1.4 and I’m looking for branches , what would be the best recommend branches for my car !

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Postby panic-mechanic » Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:05 pm

viper makes a good one.
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