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      12-22-2012, 12:04 PM   #23
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On another note I found a cigarette butt in the bottom of my intake case --a cigarette butt! How the hell does that happen anyway??
I put my stock intake filter back- I'm just desperate to get rid of this crazy rattling and going through some troubleshooting steps.
Anyone have experience with this HP AUTOWERK foam intake oiled filter?
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On another note I found a cigarette butt in the bottom of my intake case --a cigarette butt! How the hell does that happen anyway??
I put my stock intake filter back- I'm just desperate to get rid of this crazy rattling and going through some troubleshooting steps.
Anyone have experience with this HP AUTOWERK foam intake oiled filter?
I do not have any experience with the HP Autowerk intake, but have just posted up my aFe drop in filter for sale if you are looking to give that a shot.
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Thanks for the offer bro I'm good
I have all to do to try to nail down this stupid rattling noise in my car...
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On another note I found a cigarette butt in the bottom of my intake case --a cigarette butt! How the hell does that happen anyway??
I put my stock intake filter back- I'm just desperate to get rid of this crazy rattling and going through some troubleshooting steps.
Anyone have experience with this HP AUTOWERK foam intake oiled filter?
Yes. I had had it before. I saw that it was
oiled, freaked and took it out after three
days. Just not sure about oiled
filters. Its basically new and glad to
sell it a half price plus shipping.
PM me if interested.
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      01-06-2013, 07:59 PM   #31
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What's funny is, I put mine back in a couple of hours ago LOL.
The oil seems a bit unevenly distributed now... hmmm... normal Mike?
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What's funny is, I put mine back in a couple of hours ago LOL.
The oil seems a bit unevenly distributed now... hmmm... normal Mike?
Not sure. But thats what gets me about these. Some guys
just wipe most of it off. Then there is the MAF issue.
So i just yanked it out entirely and went stock.
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Ah so more preventing a problem before it starts then? Just upon visual inspection, that foam definitely LOOKS like it would allow more air flow than stock.
But then the oil seems like it would impede it. Like how mucus in the lungs makes it hard to breathe?
Guess it's a good thing for the public at large I'm not a doctor
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Ah so more preventing a problem before it starts then? Just upon visual inspection, that foam definitely LOOKS like it would allow more air flow than stock.
But then the oil seems like it would impede it. Like how mucus in the lungs makes it hard to breathe?
Guess it's a good thing for the public at large I'm not a doctor
Makes me think of Briggs/Stratton
5 hp lawn mower when I look at that.
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Haha - it does!
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Just change the charcoal version you guys in the US have and change it with the Euro paper version! No hassle, no cleaning and best flow
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Know what bro? I think I have the paper version. Will post pics later.
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I'm looking for an intake for my car but since there's such a variety, I don't know which one to choose! Injen and BMS are probably my top two options. Both seem great but is there really a difference between them? Is there a big difference between all intakes for the n55? Anyone that currently has an intake or any experience with them, lemme know which you think is the best.

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Looking at your performance mods -
i would say look into a chargepipe if you haven't already.
An intake for our N55 adds great induction sound, but performance
wise, very minimal gains.

For what you pay for - get a drop in filter (like K&N, afe, harold's HP foam filter) for your stock box. The many variables for FBO is not necessary to achieve max power for N55. Tune and catless downpipe ur biggest winner.

If you had no tune but catless downpipe + intake -- then that's
another story. that will add up.

If you're look'n for induction sound either of your
listed choices is fine.
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i love the bms the whoosh sound is probably all i get outta if haha
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