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      10-20-2008, 11:33 AM   #1
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Gruppe M Intake Dam + Injen Intake

Hi guys,

I currently have a Gruppe M replica intake on my e92 328i and I was thinking of trying out something new. I was wondering the follwing questions.

1. Would combining the Injen with the Gruppe Ram Air (the carbon fiber dam) create any benefit?

2. What is the sound like compared to the Gruppe, I am not looking for a loud air filter, and acutally the Gruppe is loud between 2k-3k and then tails off, would be preffered at the higher rpms.

3. Is there a noticable performance gain as far as "seat of the pants feel"?

Not a big mod guy, and I hope to move up to an M3 in a year, just wanting to have a little fun in the time being wanted to see if you guys feel its worth the switch.
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      10-20-2008, 01:28 PM   #2
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if you would like to try it, i am selling my Injen intake
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