Custom Installation & Setup Required
The IE 2.0T FSI/TSI Direct Port Injection Kit is sold as a base kit only and is not a direct bolt-on solution. Designed to serve as the base of your fuel build only, you or your builder will need to design and source the injectors, fuel line, fuel adapters, fittings, and remaining elements to complete the hardware installation. Custom ECU tuning and a secondary fuel system controller (recommended) will be required, make sure you speak with your builder/tuner before ordering. Fitment of the fuel rail may require modification to vacuum lines and removal of the PCV system and as such is not recommended for street-driven vehicles and is intended for race builds. Every build and vehicle will differ greatly in setup, no installation guide is provided and should be attempted by a professional engine builder and fabricator only.
Vehicle Specific Install Kits
Designed specifically for each individual application, IE Intake Manifold Install Kits are complete with all hardware necessary to install your new IE 2.0T cast intake manifold. These kits including all needed brackets to fasten OEM lines and components, as well as couplers to plumb the valve cover breather, vacuum connections, and throttle body. Verify the correct install kit for your vehicle below before ordering. This kit is for the installation of the intake manifold, not to set up the port injection.
- VW - MK6 Golf R (2012-2013)
- VW - MK5 GTI 2.0T FSI (2006-2008)
- VW - MK5 Jetta & GLI 2.0T FSI (2005-2008)
- AUDI - 8J/MK2 TTS (2009-2015)
- AUDI - 8J/MK2 TT 2.0T FSI (2008-2010)
- AUDI - 8P/MK2 A3 2.0T FSI (2006-2008)
- AUDI - B7 A4 2.0T FSI (2005-2008)
- VW - MK6 GTI 2.0T TSI (2010-2014)
- VW - MK5 GTI 2.0T TSI (2008-2010)
- VW - MK6 Jetta & GLI 2.0T TSI (2011-2013)
- VW - MK5 Jetta & GLI 2.0T TSI (2008-2011)
- AUDI - 8J/MK2 TT 2.0T FSI (2010-2015)
- AUDI - 8P/MK2 A3 2.0T FSI (2008-2013)
- AUDI - B8 A4 2.0T TSI (2009-2013)
- AUDI - B8 A5 2.0T TSI (2009-2013)
Additional Intake Manifold Features
The Integrated Engineering 2.0T FSI/TSI/TFSI intake manifold was carefully designed to provide an effective power increase across the entire rpm range without sacrificing low-end power or spool time. IE engineers have incorporated several true motorsport features into this intake manifold, making it greatly outperform the factory unit, as well as other aftermarket manifolds available. Read below to learn more about individual features of the IE intake manifold.
USA Cast Aluminium
IE manifolds are cast from a special self-aging, self-hardening alloy with especially strict requirements for chemical composition. Top of the line Japanese machining centers machine all major surfaces of the parts in one setup, ensuring a perfect fit, finish, and maximum value. The aluminum manifold makes a great replacement for the stock plastic unit, which is a common failure point.
Flow Tuned Runner Design & Velocity Stacks
Dramatic power and torque increases come from making small changes to the runner and velocity stack design. Our engineers have precisely tuned runner length, diameters, and resonance tuning. The IE manifold is the only manifold on the market featuring flow tested velocity stacks that have been optimally tuned for large power increases throughout the entire RPM band. The end result is the best performing intake manifold optimized specifically for 2.0T engines.
Increased Plenum Volume
The plenum on this manifold has been generously sized and shaped to distribute airflow as evenly as possible to all 4 cylinders. The 2.4L internal volume is a massive improvement over the factory piece and ensures a steady supply of air for the engine.
We have carefully engineered and tested this intake manifold in-house to get the best results possible in any condition. Using the latest in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, our engineers have optimized the manifold's airflow and power range for virtually any turbocharger. Even on smaller turbos such as VW/Audi K04 turbos, there are significant power and torque increases throughout the entire rpm range, with no loss in low-end power or spool time. What that means for you is an incredible increase in the driving experience with a bolt-on performance product, with truly no downsides.
With further careful tuning of the runner diameter and length, the IE manifold provides an optimal balance of power gains throughout the entire powerband with no loss in spool time or low-end power. Even on both smaller and larger turbo setups, the manifold will typically result in no added turbo lag.
To complement the impressive performance of the manifold design, IE engineers have taken special care to make a visually appealing piece that not only compliments but enhances the look of any engine bay. The beautiful USA cast aluminum surface is powder coated with a satin black finish then all surfaces and ports are machined for an impeccable contrast. The easy to clean powder coat will ensure the manifold stays looking nice for a lifetime.
Unlike other manifolds on the market that are simply welded or cast with larger plenums and made to fit on the car, IE's performance intake manifolds receive special treatment from start to finish. Our engineering department looks at each specific application and designs an intake manifold with a properly sized runner and plenum. Then we begin a series of prototyping and testing countless revisions to the design to ensure optimum performance. Our engineers use Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software to optimize the runner and velocity stack (bellmouth) system for proper resonance tuning and airflow. Unlike competitor manifolds, we use this process on each manifold to design the application-specific runner system to maximize airflow delivery to the cylinders.
Once the manifold has been designed and flow has been optimized, the 3D models head over to our 3D printing studio to manufacture the initial prototype. The 3D printed manifold is fastened onto our in-house engine dynamometer and in-house chassis dynamometer for testing. To validate the plenum, runner, and bellmouth design, we test each revision in a controlled environment. Once all testing data has been collected, it is analyzed and used to determine if changes are necessary before going into production.