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      02-07-2016 02:20 AM #1
      was wondering if this is a direct bolt on for a 2007 passat motor? or is this Porsche intake manifold like the newer 2008+ style.

      would it even be possible to run on a early 3.6? thanks

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      02-11-2016 08:49 AM #2
      First off, this appears to be a two-piece manifold. But I'm going to go out on a limb and say that you'll need to pick up the lower manifold as well. Unsure about the electronics.

      Admittedly I'm guessing based on seeing this engine in person a couple times, and also because this manifold was used in 2009 MY...which would suggest it's 2-piece design.



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      02-26-2016 04:05 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by apizzaparty View Post
      was wondering if this is a direct bolt on for a 2007 passat motor? or is this Porsche intake manifold like the newer 2008+ style.

      would it even be possible to run on a early 3.6? thanks

      I second this question and would like to get more info on the manifold plus i love the look and would like to keep my air intake running on its factory side of my mk2 with this swap

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      02-26-2016 04:19 PM #4
      It's one piece.

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      03-14-2016 05:37 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by Eric D View Post
      It's one piece.

      Porsche.


      I'd like to see the top of that Porsche cover. It's possible that manifold is bolted to the lower (in that pic). My 2 piece:





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      03-14-2016 06:38 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by nater View Post
      I'd like to see the top of that Porsche cover. It's possible that manifold is bolted to the lower (in that pic). My 2 piece:
      It's the same intake manifold as the Mk3 pic above.
      http://pawlikautomotive.com/2015/08/...t-replacement/



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    9. 05-11-2016 01:28 AM #7
      This is an old post but I'm coming across this now, I bought the Porsche intake manifold but the intake is on the other side. Was anyone able to do this swap on a Passat? And what did you do about the intake without restricting airflow?


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      05-11-2016 06:26 AM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by VWBKYM View Post
      This is an old post but I'm coming across this now, I bought the Porsche intake manifold but the intake is on the other side. Was anyone able to do this swap on a Passat? And what did you do about the intake without restricting airflow?


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      I don't think anybody has completed this swap, at least not who's on here to talk about it. Yes, the throttle body is on passenger side vs drivers side on Passat.
      You could get the TB and have a cone filter/MAF housing made so that you could stuff it in on that side? Wondering if there's even room for it.

    11. 05-11-2016 11:48 AM #9
      Quote Originally Posted by nater View Post
      I don't think anybody has completed this swap, at least not who's on here to talk about it. Yes, the throttle body is on passenger side vs drivers side on Passat.
      You could get the TB and have a cone filter/MAF housing made so that you could stuff it in on that side? Wondering if there's even room for it.
      You'd have to re-route some items but I think it can be done. If I ever get to complete this I'll post it on here

    12. 05-11-2016 02:18 PM #10


      Not much space on the passenger side


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      05-11-2016 04:10 PM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by VWBKYM View Post


      Not much space on the passenger side


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      I'd say pretty much ZERO space. Thanks for the pic.

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      06-01-2016 04:49 PM #12
      Well it would work for me in my Mk2 i just wanna make sure the passat 3.6 throttle body bolts straight up with out any mods to that intake

    15. 06-02-2016 01:16 AM #13
      Quote Originally Posted by Bearvr6 View Post
      Well it would work for me in my Mk2 i just wanna make sure the passat 3.6 throttle body bolts straight up with out any mods to that intake
      Not sure, haven't got a chance to fit it yet


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      06-02-2016 05:04 AM #14
      Ok well keep us posted and does any one know whos red mk3 that is with the Porsche intake in the pic's cause im sure he could help some of use the answers we need

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      06-02-2016 05:07 AM #15
      Us with the answers we need? Sorry on my bad spelling

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      06-06-2016 08:55 AM #16
      I've been doing some research and here are some pics to give you a better idea:



      Here is a Porsche intake mounted in what looks like a Corrado:



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      06-06-2016 11:07 AM #17
      Clears the hood?


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      06-06-2016 07:45 PM #18
      Those aren't my Corrado pictures so I can't say for certain but would say yes considering that Corrado picture is as a car show and it has a hood bolted on.

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      06-06-2016 07:53 PM #19
      Quote Originally Posted by G60ING View Post
      Those aren't my Corrado pictures so I can't say for certain but would say yes considering that Corrado picture is as a car show and it has a hood bolted on.
      It looks like it sits "high", doesn't it? I agree with your logic of the pic. It's got to fit by the looks of it.



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    22. 06-12-2016 02:52 PM #20
      Quote Originally Posted by nater View Post
      Clears the hood?


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      I saw this in a mk2 last week and it definitely clears the hood with no issues. One thing I did learn is that the Passat throttle doesn't fit perfectly, you'd need an adapter or flange. Or you can just use the Porsche one. However, the Passat one is larger.....


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    23. 08-29-2016 11:02 PM #21
      Are there cam differences between these motors? Because some of those manifolds look equal length and some have staggered runners to compensate for the front and rear banks.

      Is this like the MKIV 12 valves where the compensation was in the cams?
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      10-17-2016 05:29 PM #22
      Quote Originally Posted by G60ING View Post
      I've been doing some research and here are some pics to give you a better idea:


      I made that adapter plate for a mk4 car. There will be no room on a mk2, mk3, corado to run the TB on the manifold. You'd need an elbow of some kind first.

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      11-18-2016 12:14 AM #23
      I just found this picture:
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      12-14-2019 01:50 PM #24
      Working on a friend's 3.6 and here are some of the bits you need besides the intake manifold itself:

      Shackle/bracket for mounting the manifold:
      955-1044-305-00 03H-103-392



      Exhaust Manifold Heat Shield Bracket:
      955-110-228-10 03H-133-228-A




      Exhaust Manifold Heat Shield:
      955-111-215-00 03H-253-035-R

      Last edited by G60ING; 12-14-2019 at 01:56 PM.

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