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Offline theederv  
#1 Posted : 07 December 2015 08:54:44(UTC)
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So we knew the Trophy had been given a different intake setup, but when you open the bonnet everything looks the same as it does on the 200T, that is, until you start disassembling.

I went to add a new intake to the vehicle over the weekend only to discover that the 200t intake assembly has no chance of fitting a 220. (note that an uprated panel filter is the same size inside the filter box) If you own a Trophy, don't bother buying a 200T induction kit, you'll be wasting your money.


I think what is interesting is the clear difference in the bore, it's really quite significant.. Right from the 200T, left from 220 Trophy. Looking at this I would say a 200t is positively asthmatic in comparison..


Clio 220 Trophy Intake Induction bore

Edited by user 07 December 2015 08:56:09(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Offline X98 Trophy  
#2 Posted : 07 December 2015 13:03:08(UTC)
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Thanks!! That was really helpful for me as well :)
Offline Womble  
#3 Posted : 07 December 2015 22:50:39(UTC)
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You want the ITG Maxogen kit, it will fit on your rubber intake pipe, as both air boxes are the same part no. The Turbo housing on the 220T is bigger so the alloy trumpet that fits on the turbo is bigger as well, but the airbox is still the same. We have seen huge gains with the ITG on the 200T.

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As you can hopefully see in the picture it fits straight onto the airbox pipe.

While we only gained 5 bhp peak power, if you look at the end of the graph we gained 15 bhp over the stock airbox with a performance filter fitted, no adjustments were made to the map, these were back to back runs, in a controlled experiment.

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Offline theederv  
#4 Posted : 08 December 2015 08:43:54(UTC)
theederv


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Thanks Womble. This is useful to know, but as far as I can see the Trophy airbox pipe is the same bore all the way through. So I am struggling to see that the ITG would fit it?
Offline vasterad  
#5 Posted : 08 December 2015 10:00:31(UTC)
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I guess ITG won't fit to left-driving car?
Offline Womble  
#6 Posted : 08 December 2015 19:45:46(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: theederv Go to Quoted Post
Thanks Womble. This is useful to know, but as far as I can see the Trophy airbox pipe is the same bore all the way through. So I am struggling to see that the ITG would fit it?


It's the same part number as the Trophy airbox according to my dealer so it should fit??

Offline Womble  
#7 Posted : 08 December 2015 19:46:54(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: vasterad Go to Quoted Post
I guess ITG won't fit to left-driving car?



I don't know post a picture of your engine bay
Offline Turbo911  
#8 Posted : 08 December 2015 19:55:07(UTC)
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called rs tuning today there not sure if it fits a 220, also at this time they haven't had a 220 in for modding soon fix that just need some miles on before it gets booked in !!!
Offline vasterad  
#9 Posted : 08 December 2015 19:57:13(UTC)
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there might be a problem with the brake fluid reservoir
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Offline Womble  
#10 Posted : 12 December 2015 23:59:43(UTC)
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You might be ok, if you look at the 2 pictures and the position of the sound pipe and the intake pipe end circlip on both pictures, it may fit. No promises.
Offline pmurray  
#11 Posted : 09 March 2016 17:57:47(UTC)
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I have just test fitted the ITG to my own 220 Trophy and I can confirm they fit perfect!

We have them in stock too Smile

Paul @ RST
Offline JIMBO  
#12 Posted : 10 March 2016 06:58:25(UTC)
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picture please Big Smile
Offline vasterad  
#13 Posted : 08 January 2017 10:51:04(UTC)
vasterad


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Recently I bought used turbocharged from Trophy (I'm making hybrid turbo based on it) and got some trophy's intake parts.

The diffrence in diameter between stock 200T and 220T:
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45mm vs 70mm on air filter side and 44mm vs 49mm on turbo side. Fits almost plug&play. What's interesting that trophy's trumpet is made from plastic.

It's pretty nice mod if you can get this plastic thing because silicone hose between it and air filter can be universal reducer 76mm to 70mm with 23' angle which is cheap compared to Forge intake hose.

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Offline Womble  
#14 Posted : 08 January 2017 19:48:23(UTC)
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Vasterad, be nice to see some pictures, I keep looking at the Mamba ones, PM me if you want definatley interested in this sort of stuff, keep up the good work 👍
Offline vasterad  
#15 Posted : 09 January 2017 10:33:33(UTC)
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Yeah, I saw this bad boy http://shop.mambatek.com...d=1593&categoryId=-1 Big Smile I know about project based on this turbo - 310HP and 350Nm (clutches' limit).

Some details about turbos in Clio (diffrence in efficiency between them is about 15 HP)

200T - TF035HM-11TK3S-5
220T - TF035HL8-13TK3S-5

Compressor wheel
11T 36,8mm / 49mm
13T 38,3mm / 51mm

Turbine wheel
HM 36,2mm / 43,2mm
HL 37,7mm / 43,2mm

Turbo from Trophy was in some versions of Juke 1.6T

Edit. and here it is my hybrid turbo (bigger compressor wheel, both wheels are forged + stronger bearings) Approve
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Edited by user 09 January 2017 14:58:52(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Offline quackpack  
#16 Posted : 09 January 2017 14:22:09(UTC)
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I wonder whether RS tuning had his hands on those turbos. I believe fitting those would need a proper mapping?

Offline vasterad  
#17 Posted : 09 January 2017 14:52:11(UTC)
vasterad


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Originally Posted by: quackpack Go to Quoted Post
I wonder whether RS tuning had his hands on those turbos. I believe fitting those would need a proper mapping?


Mapping is a must
Offline Chutz  
#18 Posted : 17 April 2017 07:36:59(UTC)
Chutz


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Hi have you got turbo in yet and whats performance like
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