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      08-17-2012, 08:05 AM   #23
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Here you go had to do some digging through the thousands of emails I have, but I have found it

Hope this helps...keep in mind tho, that not all screws match their description, they might say one size of Torx, but in fact its a bit smaller, at least that is what I have come to notice when I did my own install.

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Here you go had to do some digging through the thousands of emails I have, but I have found it

Hope this helps...keep in mind tho, that not all screws match their description, they might say one size of Torx, but in fact its a bit smaller, at least that is what I have come to notice when I did my own install.

Good luck

Awesome!!! Thanks, I have one but its black and white so its a bit difficult to see whats really going on, I just don't want to make a mistake.

Approx how long will this take?

With my old car (RSX-S) it was so simple that it took me like 20 mins to change. Had to do it few times for warranty work.
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Honestly, its not hard, but since it was my first time doing anything myself to a bmw lol it wasnt as easy as i thought. I used to have a scion tc and it was easier on there obviously. plus the bmw seems a bit tighter to work with, not much room to get ur hands in comfortably. the biggest pickle for me was getting the little accordion hose from the engine back on to the new pipe. even though it bends, it doesnt bent that well and i was scared of cracking it. if i had to do it again, its probably a 30 min job, it took me about 2 hours the first time, but i enjoyed the experience lol
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Finally got this installed last month and it sounds awesome, the sound is very intoxicating lol.
I have been trying to adjust the intake here and there and its still rubbing. Any suggestions how to adjust it properly?
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