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Old 08-15-2005, 12:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking in to getting new intake for my 99 M3. right now it's bone stock. i have been looking at Dinan CAI ($450), K&N FIPK ($240), Conforti ($360), and AA ($350). They all seem to have similiar gains in Hp/ Tq, so my concerns now are the sound and the reliability. i don't want an intake that sounds like a ricer they all can . will the different materials produce radically different sounds? any and all info will help. tx
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Ive heard all those except the K&N on e36's. They all sound great. My friend I belive has a K&N on his RSX possibly and it sounds nice. The discharge when you shut off the car is a head turner.

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no warrernty anymore as of last may so i'm free to do anything with it.

any more comments on these intakes would be great!!
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