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      04-09-2008, 09:46 PM   #1
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Any bms filter dynos?

Anyone done a before and after dyno with the bms filter?
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      04-09-2008, 09:48 PM   #2
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      04-09-2008, 10:16 PM   #3
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How did I know you would be first to post Looking for something other than terry's..
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I'll have one here shortly, maybe Saturday. I'm always skeptical about intakes, usually they have minimal gains. Always see all these optimistic dynos. I mainly got it for the noise. Hopefully this proves me wrong.
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thats great! You're gonna do a before and after?
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yep. I already have a lot of baselines with my current config. But I will run some before and after that day since it shouldnt take so long to put this in.
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Any dynos yet?
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subscribed to see independant dynos!
If its less than 8-10whp from the HVI/UR, this has to be the best bang for the buck intake mod
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this intake should yield the same as anything that you will spend $300 + on unless the filter's surface area isn't sufficient but I believe it is... I bet Procede users will see even better gains than the JB2 users. I am thinkin about getting one myself just so I don't have to make a DIY...
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Sorry had a wedding on Saturday and couldnt get the dyno in, but going this Saturday for sure.
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this intake should yield the same as anything that you will spend $300 + on unless the filter's surface area isn't sufficient but I believe it is... I bet Procede users will see even better gains than the JB2 users. I am thinkin about getting one myself just so I don't have to make a DIY...
Im hesitant with the heat soak issue..especially being in south florida.. It gets REALLY hot under the hood when its 90 degrees outside.
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