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      04-19-2018, 10:15 AM   #23
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Anyone have issues popping codes after install? I installed in stock 335d and got a P0101 and P0402 and went into limp mode. It was fine until i got on it then it went into limp mode. I removed the MAF sensor and cleaned it then tried it again and the same thing happen again. I reinstalled the stock air box and had no codes or issue.
i have not studied one yet, so i do not know if this is possible..

when i had my Tacoma there was an awesome intake.. yada yada yada..

some people had issues with MAF codes and the cause what the air filter was too far back on the intake tube. the placement somehow caused the air to swirl in the intake. the fit was to slide the filter down a tad..

now like i said i do not know if the filter has room to move around, but worth a look.
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i have not studied one yet, so i do not know if this is possible..

when i had my Tacoma there was an awesome intake.. yada yada yada..

some people had issues with MAF codes and the cause what the air filter was too far back on the intake tube. the placement somehow caused the air to swirl in the intake. the fit was to slide the filter down a tad..

now like i said i do not know if the filter has room to move around, but worth a look.
There not much room for the air filter to move in this setup, its rather tight. I sent an email to ATM and they said this can happen with stock tune. Now more motivation to delete and tune.
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      09-14-2018, 06:34 AM   #25
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installed last night...pulls better, much, much less smoke and I am running the Jarek 2.8 tune. if you have the tune get this intake.
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      09-17-2018, 09:42 AM   #26
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These intakes are awesome, we have seen gains in power and in turbo noise as well.

If you guys/gals are looking for other suppliers for this intake we are a supplier for ATM as well: https://bimmerperformancecenter.com/...35d-intake-kit
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      09-17-2018, 11:09 AM   #27
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What are the pros/cons of the oiled vs dry filter options that ATM offers? Phil, what is BPC steering people toward?
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What are the pros/cons of the oiled vs dry filter options that ATM offers? Phil, what is BPC steering people toward?
great question...anyone?
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dry is better
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The reason I asked is because on the MkIV TDIs (possibly other generations), I remember people 15 years ago on TDIClub reporting K&N filters fouling their MAF's, and I have steered clear of oiled filters ever since.

I was just curious what the wisdom is on this platform. Sounds like it may be the same.
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The reason I asked is because on the MkIV TDIs (possibly other generations), I remember people 15 years ago on TDIClub reporting K&N filters fouling their MAF's, and I have steered clear of oiled filters ever since.

I was just curious what the wisdom is on this platform. Sounds like it may be the same.
your statement about the oil is exactly why. K&N's still come over oiled from the factory.

maybe if someone bought a KN washed it and re-oiled it you could avoid the issue, but who wants to do that.

-dry filters catch the dirt and also release some dirt if it stays on the surface.

-oiled filters also catch dirt, but they also have more of a tendency to hold surface dirt because it gets stuck to the oil. instead of filtering contaminates they can more likely clog from stuff getting stuck in the oil.

think about how many little rocks and dirt is in the air box when you check the filter. I'm not saying oiled filters are bad, but they do require more service. All filter media style has its time and place.
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your statement about the oil is exactly why. K&N's still come over oiled from the factory.

maybe if someone bought a KN washed it and re-oiled it you could avoid the issue, but who wants to do that.

-dry filters catch the dirt and also release some dirt if it stays on the surface.

-oiled filters also catch dirt, but they also have more of a tendency to hold surface dirt because it gets stuck to the oil. instead of filtering contaminates they can more likely clog from stuff getting stuck in the oil.

think about how many little rocks and dirt is in the air box when you check the filter. I'm not saying oiled filters are bad, but they do require more service. All filter media style has its time and place.
Each has their pro's vs cons. ATM uses an S&B oiled filter, not K&N. I have been running mine for 70K miles with 121K on original MAF. I wash and re-oil the the same filter every 15K and run a filter booty...no issues, nor have I heard of any fouled MAFs from running the oiled ATM set-up. Paper filter has to be replaced. That said our MAF is hit or miss on longevity and requires changing every 70-120k miles. I bought a spare MAF when it went on sale...still sitting in garage
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Tuned cars reflected a noticeable gain with this intake. My car was the test case.
How much did you car make before this intake and then after? Post up some dyno's. Thanks!

Also, you have stock FMIC or aftermarket?
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Also for those who have this intake... any issues driving in the rain? It might sound like a stupid question but with an open element.......
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Also for those who have this intake... any issues driving in the rain? It might sound like a stupid question but with an open element.......
I just have an afe intake in my car. No box or anything just tossed in the biggest filter I could fit and I have never had a problem in the snow, rain, sleet. Just more air!
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I just have an afe intake in my car. No box or anything just tossed in the biggest filter I could fit and I have never had a problem in the snow, rain, sleet. Just more air!
Thanks! Where can I get the AFE intake you are talking about?
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I just have an afe intake in my car. No box or anything just tossed in the biggest filter I could fit and I have never had a problem in the snow, rain, sleet. Just more air!
Thanks! Where can I get the AFE intake you are talking about?
Heres the thread for it: https://www.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...php?p=22132849

Atm is a really nice fitted intake too with a really nice intake box that pulls in a lot more air than stock. I just took the poor mans route with the afe intake which is twice the size of the atm and at some point I'll build a box for it to help with heat soak. Either way you can't go wrong. Both are better than stock
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I have the ATM Intake installed today. Got on the car pretty hard and ended up with the "Engine Malfunction - reduced power" message LOL. First time I've seen that.

Is that due to the MAF? Any ideas?
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probably MAF... check all your connections as well
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I have the ATM Intake installed today. Got on the car pretty hard and ended up with the "Engine Malfunction - reduced power" message LOL. First time I've seen that.

Is that due to the MAF? Any ideas?
Pull the codes first.
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