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Old 10-17-2005, 12:01 PM   #1
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Desencharger kit

I want to buy a desencharger for my 03 gt! But which kit is best!? Here are pics of the two different pipes they sell! Does anyone have experience or have one installed? Any input would help thanks! The longer pipe is 172 shipped and the shorter one is 119 shipped! Just wondering if there is a difference between the two, and if they are different in anyway! thanks
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Re: Desencharger kit

The long pipe removes the stock pipe all the way up to the throttle body. The short pipe only removes the stock pipe up to the MAF sensor. The longer pipe is meant for more HP due to removing the goofy accordian in the stock pipe. Less turbulance, more HP is the theory.

There are a good number of people I know of running these kits. They seem to be happy with them. I believe most have the longer pipe. However, if you have, or plan to have, a strut tower brace, do not get the long pipe as it will not fit under the brace.
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Re: Desencharger kit

Well i dont see a need for the strut tower brace in my future! So ill prolly end up buying the longer pipe! thanks for the input, and by the way! Giants RULE!! haha
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Re: Desencharger kit

just about any cai kit on the market works exactly the same be it chrome or plastic what not so get what ever you like most.

the only real diff is some have the filter in the engine bay and some do not, this usually only changes the angle that the maf sensor reads the air and can alter a/f ratios
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Re: Desencharger kit

dude, that looks 99.9% the same as my Demolet piece. unless DeMolet owns densecharger.

looking closer at the stickers on the above posted pics, those ARE the "Tuneable Industries" piece i have made by DeMolet. maybe they make both, but whatever.

i like mine, you can hear it suck when you whomp on the gas. fitment was alright, doing the fenderwell filter was the hardest part. my final solution was to take the fender off and do everything the right way, cause getting the two 90* elbows together, even with grease, wasnt working with them in the car and the filter on. i put all the bends together and tight, stuck them through, bolted the filter on, put the cover plate in, bolted the maf on, then put the intake tube on. having the fender off made it so much easier.
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Re: Desencharger kit

Will the desencharger custom intake paint on the pipes, attract heat?? I was just wondering cause id thought it would look nice with the factort exterior paint on the intake!
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dude, that looks 99.9% the same as my Demolet piece. unless DeMolet owns densecharger.

looking closer at the stickers on the above posted pics, those ARE the "Tuneable Industries" piece i have made by DeMolet. maybe they make both, but whatever.

De Molet is Densencharger. They are who make it. Same company. The piece is just called Densencharger.

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Will the desencharger custom intake paint on the pipes, attract heat?? I was just wondering cause id thought it would look nice with the factort exterior paint on the intake!
Unless you paint the pipes black, drive around completely hoodless or with a Grease Lightning clear plastic hood, the color of your pipes will not matter. Think about it this way, your stock pipe is black. If anything, adding paint will provide a teeny tiny bit of insulation for the metal tube. So teeny, that you wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Get the painted version.
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De Molet is Densencharger. They are who make it. Same company. The piece is just called Densencharger.



Unless you paint the pipes black, drive around completely hoodless or with a Grease Lightning clear plastic hood, the color of your pipes will not matter. Think about it this way, your stock pipe is black. If anything, adding paint will provide a teeny tiny bit of insulation for the metal tube. So teeny, that you wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Get the painted version.
The desencharger system intakes ARE NOT metal! These are the only intake that are worth buying. They are plastic. The metal types do nothing but attract heat and make you lose hp, while the plastic desencharger pipes dont!
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The desencharger system intakes ARE NOT metal! These are the only intake that are worth buying. They are plastic. The metal types do nothing but attract heat and make you lose hp, while the plastic desencharger pipes dont!
None the less, the answer to the paint question is still..."unless you drive around hoodless or with a grease lightning clear plastic hood, paint will do nothing."...get the painted version.
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Yea, i will dsg desencharger!! woohoo Lookin pimp! haha
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they have had studies on this metal did the same as plastic in all areas of performance, there is no difference in the design, both are nearly worthless. Go with which ever you think looks best.
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Re: Desencharger kit

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De Molet is Densencharger. They are who make it. Same company. The piece is just called Densencharger.
bah figures.

its a nice piece, id definately recommend it.
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they have had studies on this metal did the same as plastic in all areas of performance, there is no difference in the design, both are nearly worthless. Go with which ever you think looks best.
Well those studies are wrong! I use to have a metal intake in my cavy and the thing was hot as fire to the touch! And how is that a "cold" air intake if its hot to the touch?? Well with the desenchargers, you can drive all day, pop the hood and touch it and itll be cold to the touch! Desencharger rule! Cant wait to order mine!
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If it makes you feel better to believe its working better for you then that should be enough. I was just letting you know if you like the metal ones they would work just as well. If you feel better with the plastic then by all means use it.
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The desencharger system intakes ARE NOT metal! These are the only intake that are worth buying. They are plastic. The metal types do nothing but attract heat and make you lose hp, while the plastic desencharger pipes dont!
It doesnt matter if its metal or not makes no difference in Horsepower.
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It doesnt matter if its metal or not makes no difference in Horsepower.
yup. the air inside is flowing too fast for hot or cold pipes to make a difference. and even if the metal pipe was super hot, it would only heat up the air touching the inner pipe, which doesnt account for much. and like i said, its going too fast for it to heat up that little bit of air that touches it more than a couple degrees before hitting the motor. a few degrees does absolutely nothing. its when you get into forced induction do you see 150*+ intake charge temps that it starts to hurt you, thus the need for inter/after coolers, especially turbo's, where compressed air becomes hotter(physics).
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Densecharger, not Desencharger

And the air isn't in it long enough to heat up more then a couple of degrees. That's not enough to make a difference
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Densecharger, not Desencharger
maybe in the deutschlande(germany)
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