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      06-19-2011, 12:44 AM   #23
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Im kind of hesitant about this cause of the MAF sensor what EXACTLY do I need to do!?
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      06-19-2011, 03:49 AM   #24
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i have a 328i coupe and was going to do the same, so ur saying the charcoal filter in thier, i can just take out? and leave out? when i replace the stock filter with the K&N filter?

or do you have pics or can you pm a detail of what you did?

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You have to cut it out since the charcoal filter is permanently attached to the airbox. You can leave the stock air filter in but it is big and bulky so that's why when people do the delete they replace it with a less restrictive K&N filter since its convenient.

Heres the link for the DIY: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...light=charcoal

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I m kind of hesitant about this cause of the MAF sensor what EXACTLY do I need to do!?
You need to disconnect it first from the engine bay. Then take the airbox out. After the airbox is out, you can loosen the 2 screws holding it and pull STRAIGHT out carefully. Take your time doing this and put the MAF sensor somewhere safe as you are cleaning the airbox.
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      06-19-2011, 09:38 AM   #25
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You guys should try to install 2 K&N's and see if you get double the gains
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      06-19-2011, 10:12 AM   #26
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      06-20-2011, 10:52 AM   #27
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You guys should try to install 2 K&N's and see if you get double the gains
Haha, nice!

Charcoal delete didn't seem to make any difference for me.
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      06-20-2011, 12:38 PM   #28
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Haha, nice!

Charcoal delete didn't seem to make any difference for me.
nor anyone else lol
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      06-23-2011, 06:32 PM   #29
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charcoal canister "delete" is a joke. on any car. seriously.

it's all in the head. like it was mentioned, if you're modding this car for performance, this is the wrong car. you should've gotten a 335 if you're going to be counting every tiny bit of hp, down to even 0.5hp gains. but then again, if you got a 335, you wouldn't need to be counting hp by 0.5 increments. lol
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      06-23-2011, 07:04 PM   #30
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charcoal canister "delete" is a joke. on any car. seriously.

it's all in the head. like it was mentioned, if you're modding this car for performance, this is the wrong car. you should've gotten a 335 if you're going to be counting every tiny bit of hp, down to even 0.5hp gains. but then again, if you got a 335, you wouldn't need to be counting hp by 0.5 increments. lol
Perfectly said now close this non sense thread.
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      06-23-2011, 07:09 PM   #31
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charcoal canister "delete" is a joke. on any car. seriously.

it's all in the head. like it was mentioned, if you're modding this car for performance, this is the wrong car. you should've gotten a 335 if you're going to be counting every tiny bit of hp, down to even 0.5hp gains. but then again, if you got a 335, you wouldn't need to be counting hp by 0.5 increments. lol
it's obvious you've owned a honda. This charcoal delete does not involve a canister. It is a filter embedded within the filter housing of a BMW along with the intake air filter. And I'm lead to believe you are a troll whom does not own a BMW or do not know anything about your own BMW if you own one since you are a member!
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it's obvious you've owned a honda. This charcoal delete does not involve a canister. It is a filter embedded within the filter housing of a BMW along with the intake air filter. And I'm lead to believe you are a troll whom does not own a BMW or do not know anything about your own BMW if you own one since you are a member!
blah blah blah... go ahead and "delete" your charcoal FILTER then. canister or not, go dyno your car and see how much power you gain from this mod. if 0.5hp floats your boat, then congrats to you. i'd rather drop a deuce for weight reduction and then go race my 328... cuz we all know the 328's are sports cars.
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      06-24-2011, 08:20 AM   #33
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This thread is just a big pissing contest...
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      06-24-2011, 09:37 AM   #34
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listen, if this mod provides no real hp gains, and it gives you only satisfaction (in your head like some are stating), then it's all good. Do it! You want to feel good driving your car, so do whatever pleases you.

I agree that this whole mod (K&N, Charcoal delete and silencer delete) is not about increasing hp, but rather provide smoother engine and a bit of aggressive sound!
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      06-24-2011, 01:45 PM   #35
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i personally run the AFE stage 2 pro5r intake ( people rave about how much it sucks and it doesnt grant power but i really dont care it sounds amazing and i get a few more mpg's) anyhow, but in theory removing another filter that may not be blocking air but is still on the way of the air coming in would make the intake less restrictive and therefore make more power and not to mention give better gas mileage so for the people who say this does absolutly nothing id have to say you are wrong because theres absolutly no way freeing up more movement of air can be a con to any engine
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      06-24-2011, 02:40 PM   #36
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i personally run the AFE stage 2 pro5r intake ( people rave about how much it sucks and it doesnt grant power but i really dont care it sounds amazing and i get a few more mpg's) anyhow, but in theory removing another filter that may not be blocking air but is still on the way of the air coming in would make the intake less restrictive and therefore make more power and not to mention give better gas mileage so for the people who say this does absolutly nothing id have to say you are wrong because theres absolutly no way freeing up more movement of air can be a con to any engine
Were not saying its a con, were saying it didnt do shit even tho removing the filter to allow more air makes logical sense. It just didnt do anything for myself or a number of my peeps on here. BUT your right we are wrong...but then again this is coming from someone who admits to not caring about losing power just because something sounds cool.
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      06-28-2011, 11:33 AM   #37
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On a side note: does removing stock filter and replacing with K&N drop in filter worth the ~$30-40$?
at least does the car sound a little different? or just waste of $$?
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On a side note: does removing stock filter and replacing with K&N drop in filter worth the ~$30-40$?
at least does the car sound a little different? or just waste of $$?

I would think its less restrictive then the stock paper filter so i say go for it with the drop in. As far as gains or sound. You would have to have the most sensitive ass dyno on the planet to measure the gains or change in db level. but then again as you have read some members on here have ultrasonic sensors in there rear and there ears.
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K&N filter drop in and a charcoal delete

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Just did a K&N filter drop in and a charcoal delete to my e90 330i, wow the response time is down to nothing!! The rpm's ascend smoother and faster, its like the car just became more of a sports luxury than a luxury sport if you guys know what i mean

If anyone has any questions on how to do this or is hesitent just ask! I was a little hesitent but im so glad i did it. its a noticable difference.
How did you do it?

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      06-28-2011, 12:33 PM   #40
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How did you do it?

Show some pics
This cant be a serious question You just cut it out.
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      06-28-2011, 06:53 PM   #41
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do people know there is a search option in this forum...?

why are people keep asking same question when they can tell that it hasnt been answered?
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I still don't seem to understand how to do this mod, can someone else explain it.
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^ you don't have to be obnoxious. Obviously, you can't stand this.
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