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I've got the Antz one and have been very happy. The only thing I would say is that it had a generic pod filter and personally I chose to swap it for a K&N for peace of mind. Generic might have been fine though. Some of the kits include a name brand filter so worth thinking about.

Regardless of probably zero performance gains at my power level, the thing pays for itself every time I do any maintenance that previously would have required the crossover pipe to be removed!

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I have the antz kit, works a treat and easy to install.

My brother has the mackielec one, works a treat and easy to install.

My friend Damien has the PW one, same deal.

 

All-in-all. I haven't noticed a difference between any of them. They are all great, go with the brand you prefer because that's all it'll come down to. :) 

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I wouldn't say its hard, but you do need to drill into parts of your car. If you're not comfortable doing so then take it to a shop :)

The kits come with pretty good instructions so just follow them

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