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Old 09-27-2010, 06:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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new intake new exhaust sluggish car help

i have an 02 m3 ive installed a k&n 57-1003 and headers with a custom exhaust but for some reason the car feels kinda sluggish to me anybody have any suggestions?
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well exhaust kills torque if thats what kind of slugishness your talking about...
make sure you connected anithing that was connected to the old intake sensors and such...
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i have the old maf sensor in the k&n and all o2 sensors in the exhaust
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Are you sure the new intake fits correctly and dosent leak?
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positive made sure it was seated correctly before tightening anything down
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hmm this is a hard one... make sure all the conections are tight and idk if i think of anything else il post but thats whats related to the mods u did?
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