Hmm..K finally got a K&N filter..was skeptical but man was I wrong...can tell a lil more power..even my friends can when they drive it...but what I love is how smooth my engine runs now...and my stock filter was pretty clean...so if your not sure about getten one..GO GET ONE NOW...You will be glad you did....
I'm about to change my air filter but decided against K&N when I read a report about them - the report said that they work well when they function properly, there is no doubt about that, but if the oils in them are allowed to dry out you may as well not have a filter in there
Now, I dont live in a very dry country (to say the least!) but I wouldnt want to take the chance - the stock air filters are meant to work as well as K&N - getting contaminants in my block is the last thing I want to do!
But I hear ya, now try the debaffle and you will notice an improvement to - slight but an improvement - the change in engine note and volume makes it worth doing alone!
Originally posted by rrichcraw@Jan 1 2005, 08:46 AM i need to know how to change my filter on my e46 330d anyone know?
well im not sure where your oil filter would be, it'l either be underneath ur car, and its a cylinder, kinda looks like a pop can screwed into the block, and that'l be it, or its in a cylinder on the top of your engine, and its got 1 nut in the center of it, its pretty hard to miss, just unscrew that nut and take the cap off and your oil filter should be right there and then you just pull it out.
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