sorry for all the topics but im planning on like buying a coldair intake kit , and Im wondering who has the best for the cheapest, im trying to sell my guitar for money so, thats what im gonna do
I wanna go K&N but there so EXPENSIVE
i drive a 94 bmw 325is
Like 93 said Cosmo is about the cheapest. A few people on the forum have them. I have a K&N I haven't installed yet. They are more money, but the cheapest of the ones I looked at. I wanted one like the ECIS intake, with the heat shield, not one that runs down behind the lights, like the Cosmo. Just personal preference.
__________________ 1995 325I, window tint, K&N, debaffled airbox, BMW #104 wheels, Nighthawk low beams, smoked side markers, smoked corners, smoked taillights, M3 stlye heated mirrors, various interior bits, Bosal cat-back.
what some other people have said, dont go cheap. Rooz has the Cosmos i believe. find him somewhere an PM him... hey speed, howd u like ure conforti, im about to order mine, im looking for someother opinions, feel free to PM thanx!
Originally posted by BaLAnCe17@Apr 8 2005, 05:09 PM what some other people have said, dont go cheap. Rooz has the Cosmos i believe. find him somewhere an PM him... hey speed, howd u like ure conforti, im about to order mine, im looking for someother opinions, feel free to PM thanx!
i dont have the confoti, i have the Dinan...man i love it
OK this is getting bad......There is a cosmoS and a cosmo. Both have them for BMW who knows which one is better if either. I personally think the cosmoracing.com(cosmo not cosmos) site looks a little more legit, but who knows. Just bugs me that they are so close and people get confused easily by them(damn those companies both).
I want the ECIS intake. Although the Conforti and Dinan look good too. Those are going to start at like $250 and go up from there. I just don't trust the cosmo/cosmos ones. No matter who has them the sites look ricer and I equate that to junk. Do some research on the forums and you should find alot of info and testimonials. Rooz has one I can't remember if Cosmos or cosmo, but he hasn't been on in a while. Also check out the reviews section and you can find a couple of reviews.
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