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K&n Cold Air Intake

shuld i get a k and n cold air intake or is there a better one out there?

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I have the adapter and a K&N cone filter on my M20.

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are they worth the money?

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I like the intake roar. I cant say for sure if it really made a difference. I now have a Dinan chip and with the combo of the two, I feel a difference. You definetly get the cool tone with the cone filter. I got mine off of Ebay for $53.00. Probably be cheaper for your car, cause its newer.

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damn cuz i was lookin around for the new ones and they cosy 200.00 or so dollars

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The $200+/- kits come with a cone filter and a duct that routes the filter below the headlight, so it can truly take in cold air. If you just buy the filter and attach it to your MAS, you'll be sucking in hot air from the engine bay.
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Yeah, what he said. But I havent noticed any problems with mine.

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does it sound really good or jus a little difference?

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WHOOOOOOOAAAAAMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!! Like that. I dont really notice it revving it up while parked. But get on the road, get about 4k rpm's and let her ripppppp!!!!! Beautiful!!! To me it was $55 ish dollars well spent!!

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ya thats good... now did u put that stuff on by urself or did u get someone to do it?

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I just got the Panel Filter and the seat-of-your-pants-test i felt a differance and it has the tube that that goes from the box to the panel behind the headlights to suck in cold air

on another topic i'm getting a turbo and manifold from a 524td with the line for 125 the panel filter with a turbo = FUN!
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ya thats good... now did u put that stuff on by urself or did u get someone to do it?
I did it myself!! Took 20 minutes!! I got my stuff of of eBay.

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I just got the Panel Filter and the seat-of-your-pants-test i felt a differance and it has the tube that that goes from the box to the panel behind the headlights to suck in cold air

on another topic i'm getting a turbo and manifold from a 524td with the line for 125 the panel filter with a turbo = FUN!
On ebay, I saw a complete turbo kit for an E30 for like $1,799??? Something like that.

Here it is: eBay Motors: NEW BMW E30 M20 320I 323I 325I 450HP GT3076S TURBO KIT (item 150053928179 end time Nov-08-06 17:29:44 PST)

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