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      02-06-2013, 12:14 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Puerto Rican 335d View Post
Chris I had the same idea of using the brake duct but wouldnt this affect the brake and the dust but it CAN be done i will try to go to MECH Tec College and offer my car for this set up
Axel, the brake duct is before the brakes just behind the front bumper. It is designed to route cool outside air to the front brakes.

Some 335i owners have tapped into the brake duct so that the intake can suck up that fresh cool outside air. Others have placed the end of the snorkle at the bottom of the engine bay just behind the grill or removed the fog lights and put the end of the snorkle in the fog light cavity.
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