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#1 (permalink) Old 07-03-2004, 01:25 PM
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i was wondering what after market air filter i should get for my 84 325e also if i could put it in myself.
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If it's just the filter, then you should be able to change it yourself in ten minutes.
You could just clean out the one you have, if you haven't considered that already.

K&N is well-reputed for most cars.


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i ment to replace the whole thing.
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Hmm, well like he said, K&N makes an air filter for every car that ever ran off of combustion fuels. So I'm sure you could get their cone air filter and install that yourself. Just disconnect the airbox assembly from the intake mani and hook up the piping. Then attach the cone filter, and volia. I bet you could attach the cone before the pipe even and do it like that. Bazing. oh oh, no, lets say "Laguzi!" or whatever. what -DOES- emeril say? Oh well. Firstly though, you should consider if you've got an exhaust that will let you take good advantage of this. what good is more air in if you're still putting the same ammount of air out? Thats the best way to make full use of your intake - upgrade the whole system. Headers, 2.25" freeflowing exhaust, high flowing cat (or no cat if you live in kentucky. ) ricer fart can (ugh, forget that actually.) and intake as well. Then port your intake, your head, and your exhaust manifold and you're rollin Man, I ramble. I'm hyper.
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Basically what your talking about emericadna is a cold air intake. Yes, you can do it yourself, read around the forums.

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