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Old 05-25-2004, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has Anyone Installed the K&N Aircharger(63-1093)? I have not found any information about HP Gains.

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I am new to the BMW World. What will be a good Addition to a stock setup, to get get some more power with out breaking the bank.


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I've installed one on my car. I also debaffled the air box (tons of stuff if you search for it on this forum)

The power gains are marginal at best. But, I get better gas mileage and it's a little more throaty from the engine (mostly because of removing baffle)

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Hmm....what the baffle for anyway..also how I remove it if it adds hp and better mpg..........
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removing the baffle lets your car breathe more but it doesn't increase performance...
the sound is very cool tho...
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Hmm...can I debaffle it then fix it if I dont like it?..also were can I get an oxygen sensor....
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You can get the O2 sensors at AutoZone. I'm sure you could rebaffled your airbox, but you shouldn't have to. It does give you about 5 HP if you debaffle and put a green filter in. O2 sensors are more expensive if it's after the CAT.
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