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Author: Subject: Reverie Zolder 65C Air box and Filter
peter030371

posted on 20/8/19 at 12:55 PM Reply With Quote
Reverie Zolder 65C Air box and Filter

In an attempt to lower the induction noise on my Striker I purchased a small range of air boxes (the wife was not that impressed ) to see what would fit. Now I have decided which path to take this Reverie assembly is no longer needed.

In short its designed to provide an air box solution to most 4 cylinder engines with ITB or twin carbs. This particular model is a mixture of GRP and carbon with the added spun aluminium intake pipe adapter. More details can be found on the Reverie web page by clicking here

As you can see from the pictures it has some marks on it, I think most but not all will polish out with a bit of time and effort (neither of which I have right now).

I purchased the unit as used from a Caterham owner and it came with the carbon filter and pipes shown in the first picture below which you can also have. New this lot is over £400 but I just want to get most of my money back so I am looking for £150 including P&P.
















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gaz_gaz

posted on 20/8/19 at 01:15 PM Reply With Quote
sorry realised it's the wrong side for my car

[Edited on 20/8/19 by gaz_gaz]

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peter030371

posted on 20/8/19 at 01:19 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by gaz_gaz
sorry realised it's the wrong side for my car

[Edited on 20/8/19 by gaz_gaz]


Turn the backing plate upside down?

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Schrodinger

posted on 20/8/19 at 06:39 PM Reply With Quote
What engine is it for and do you have the backing plate


[Edited on 20/8/19 by Schrodinger]





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se7ensport

posted on 20/8/19 at 07:12 PM Reply With Quote
As long as the pipe diameter and airbox outlet is 75mm or greater Iíll take it.
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peter030371

posted on 21/8/19 at 08:25 AM Reply With Quote
To answer a few questions, the inlet to the airbox is just under 75mm, see image below, the rest of the pipework is sized to suit this obviusly.




It is designed as a generic air box for most 4 cylinder (non boosted) applications.

No I do not have a back plate for it but they are cheap and available from many places e.g. https://danstengineering.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=102&search=PX600 right up to this https://www.reverie.ltd.uk/product_detail.php?part_code=R01SE0428 depending on what you want it for

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peter030371

posted on 21/8/19 at 10:42 AM Reply With Quote
Now sold
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