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#1 (permalink) Old 12-08-2004, 06:03 PM
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I've been looking at intakes for a while, and I plan on ordering one this week or next and I've always liked the Conforti intake, but i realized now that i don't know what it sounds like. I've heard a lot of great things about it and carbonio intakes, which are the 2 im looking forward to buying now. But, does the conforti have a deep toned sound, or a screaming sound? Does anyone have a sound clip or what theirs sounds like? Thanks
If there's another intake out there that's probably just as good for a cheaper price, please let me know

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Conforti is very deep.. no scream!

It sounds great at 5k+ rpm.. but at 2-3k rpm under heavy accel it sounds kinda like the lifted F350 next door.

Of all the upgrades I've done to my M3, the intake is the one I like the least since it's louder now.. but give a little take a little i guess. =)

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Conforti sounds great....harrass me a bit and I'll make a clip for you

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please please deloriant make a clip for us oh please!

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Conforti intakes are great... deep sound.. and just the right about of wistle when pushing it.... its the best out there right now IMO.

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Originally posted by Deloriant@Dec 8 2004, 11:29 PM
Conforti sounds great....harrass me a bit and I'll make a clip for you
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come on deloriant! please pretty please
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