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      04-12-2012, 10:43 AM   #1
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N54 INJEN DUAL CONE INTAKES + Active Steering Owners Come in

Hello everyone please help

I just bought a injen dual cone intake for my 08 BMW 335i convertible with active steering.....

I just looked at the box and it saids EXCLUDES ACTIVE STEERING
here's a pic on the injen box


Now do any of you guys nstall this injen intake with active steering with no issues???

I know I have active steering correct judging from my pic below of my engine bay



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      04-12-2012, 11:57 AM   #2
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i wonder why it matters?
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i wonder why it matters?
You have to relocate the pump with the bracket they provide.
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Definitely have active steering. The clamp bracket is different on the reservoir for active steering, probably interferes with it, and they will relocate the reservoir.
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But I could have sworn someone installed this intake on a active steering car but can't find the thread
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Relocate the reservoir. This is how I relocated it for the Vishnu PWM meth kit: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=581527

It should be similar for the Injen.
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But I could have sworn someone installed this intake on a active steering car but can't find the thread
edit: I see know that the reservoir is shaped differently. Misunderstanding.
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This is how its done in mine:





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^ thanks for the pics so everything installed with the provided brackets injen provides? Or did you make a custom bracket to fit your ASteering
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off topic, but what strut bar is that?
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This is how its done in mine:





^ thanks for the pics so everything installed with the provided brackets injen provides? Or did you make a custom bracket to fit your ASteering
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Hey did you ever get this to work? I am in the same situation as you

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Got this to work. For anyone who would like to do this with active steering you will have to get an extension for the suction hose (the bottom of the two hoses on the reservoir). There are a couple things to note, not all screws fit properly. The instructions say to use the stock screws when connecting the new air scoop, but they have a different tread pattern. Thankfully I have lots of spare parts/screws so this was not too much of an issue. I guess when you go aftermarket "bolt on's" are not always so straight forward. Love the sound and look of the intake and thought I should post this to help others who may have bought this intake without knowing it is only supposed to be fitted to the 335i without active steering.
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