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Old 04-24-2006, 08:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Free Cold Air Intake for 318i

Hey guys , I'm giving away a cosmo racing intake because I installed a Carbonio CAI. no strings attached. I prefer for local pickup. But I'm open to suggestions. The intake is for a 318i. I am in Southern Maryland if anybody is interested
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Old 04-24-2006, 09:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i'll take it. sounds cool.

i have a 93 318is, i assume it will fit?

and i can pick it up, im in southeast pa near philly so i'll just take a little road trip. i want to go to the baltimore train museum and the aquarium anywho.

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Hey Ivan, Well I checked trought the Cosmo website and I think you may have problems installing it. because cars like mine have the traction control and the temperature sensor which the intake has (which probably will give you an air leak)

Again, no problem you can have it, but I doubt that it was made for your car. I live in southern Maryland which is about 50 to 60 miles from Baltimore. I live near the Waldorf Area.
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I'll take it, and pay you for the shipping to 11788. Give you some cash to. Let me know, pm me.
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some silicon or im sure you can find a rubber plug to fix the hole pretty easily... id gopher it in a second!
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