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      07-21-2012, 02:24 AM   #1
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Intake for E90 330xi

Hey guys I've been looking for an intake for my 330xi and so far the best thing I can find is a Simota V2 intake. What do you guys recommend for a intake that won't lose power at least and at best give me more power. Thanks!
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Also very interested in this question. Modding the 330 for more power seems to be tough.
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Hey guys I've been looking for an intake for my 330xi and so far the best thing I can find is a Simota V2 intake. What do you guys recommend for a intake that won't lose power at least and at best give me more power. Thanks!
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Then get AA tune
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Also very interested in this question. Modding the 330 for more power seems to be tough.
Really everything except a 335 is tough.
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I did the euro box conversion basically rip out the charcoal filter buy a couple flanges and bolt on a cone filter into your stock box and out back together again
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I did the euro box conversion basically rip out the charcoal filter buy a couple flanges and bolt on a cone filter into your stock box and out back together again
I'll look into that soon. how much does the whole process cost..time and money or disadvantages, is there more maintenance? And how much of a difference did you notice after doing it? Also was it any louder? lol thats a big factor too for me haha Thanks!
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