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Old 07-07-2004, 12:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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AFE Powerflow Intake Kit
If you want more power out of your BMW, you need to let more air in! To keep engine noise at an “acceptable” level, BMW encases the stock air filter in a plastic housing – a housing which restricts airflow into the engine. Installing a Bavarian Autosport Power Flow kit eliminates that housing, allowing more air to enter the engine so it can breathe as deeply as it wants. You get stepped-up performance you can both feel and hear. Installation for most kits is a simple, bolt-on procedure. Kits include reusable cone air filter, filter mount, bracket, instructions and hardware (where applicable). This kit increases power up to 31 hp and torque up to 25 ftlbs. -$319.95

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