A variable intake manifold from Mercedes-Benz controls the air supply in the cylinder, helping to ensure
optimum engine output and low consumption. If the variable intake manifold fails due to wear and tear,
Mercedes-Benz offers a cost-effective solution in the form of a remanufactured part so that you can get
your car back on the road again as quickly as possible.
The air required for combustion is guided through the variable intake manifold to the intake valve. The
performance conditions for the engine have various requirements regarding the length of the manifold.
The speed at which the air enters the cylinders is crucially important here. This should be as high as
possible, whatever the engine speed.
The torque at low engine speeds should be as fast as possible, which is best achieved with a long intake
manifold. At low speeds, however, the power output should be as high as possible. This is best achieved
with a short intake manifold. The electrically controllable flap system in the Mercedes-Benz variable
intake manifold ensures that both these requirements are fulfilled. So the air is routed via the short
inflow path at high engine speeds and via the long inflow path at low engine speeds.
Mercedes-Benz's portfolio of remanufactured parts means that you have a large selection of parts that not
only have been professionally remanufactured with manufacturer expertise, but also meet the
specifications of the current series production processes. Mercedes-Benz offers you guaranteed quality
for a cost-effective spare part. By choosing the remanufactured variable intake manifold from
Mercedes-Benz, you can save hard cash and also reduce your environmental impact.
This quote is not binding. Subject to errors and sale. The product pictures are exemplary. Information on available model series may vary and can be obtained from your Mercedes-Benz dealer.