did you guys just get the k&n filter or a tube with it also? i just have the intake filter and it is loud, cant hear it much over my exhaust though...if they have a tube i want it because i am sure it is cheaper than some of the higher priced brands(not that there is anything wrong with those brands)
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on my car the cone aif filter replaces the old air box, goes stright on the air flow meter and there is a hose from the bottom grill to the filter so the faster u go the more and cooler the air gets blowen onto the filter lol.
Did you take any pictures of while you were doing this? I would like to see how you manuvered everything around to get the new filter to fit. Because i would like to do this but i have no imagination, and i dont see any room for it to fit
I've got one for a wile(Open air intake) now every time it rains the car start to shake and chock till I put a divider in so the water don't splash from the bottom cause the euro cars can't suck up any water. If you got a VANO 95+ you got to watch out for this when you get water in the engine the shit will freeze the you mite then conceder swap the M3 engine.
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Originally posted by Aggieland81@Apr 11 2004, 06:26 PM Did you take any pictures of while you were doing this? I would like to see how you manuvered everything around to get the new filter to fit. Because i would like to do this but i have no imagination, and i dont see any room for it to fit
When u take out the old air filter unit u have loads of room the instructions r easy to follow ill try get some pics up asap
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