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      02-04-2013, 10:18 PM   #1
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New Product: High Flow Air Filter for F30 N20

High flow OE style air filter replaces the restrictive factory paper filters and lets your engine breathe better. Paper filters do a good job in keeping dirt out but can clogged easily so that they need to be replaced frequently. Foam filters are washable/reusable, allows more airflow.
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Dyno? Proof this even does anything? The factory airbox seems to be pretty good.
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Dyno? Proof this even does anything? The factory airbox seems to be pretty good.
Drop in's have never been a power mod, would not be able to differentiate the 1-2whp variance run to run lol.
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you dont buy a drop in filter for hp or tq. it will flow better than the stock paper filter and youll notice slightly more responsive throttle response. Your car will feel a little "faster" via the butt dyno but in reality there is a negligible gain in actual power. Notwithstanding, you may find your top end to be better with the increased flow over the filter and an improved overall experience. I installed the afe scoop recently and noticed a little better throttle with the increased airflow to the box. Ive been seriously contemplating a drop in since all the intake options are garbage. in my previous vehicle i swore by my K&N drop in filter
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Drop in's have never been a power mod, would not be able to differentiate the 1-2whp variance run to run lol.
Here is a good review on the N55 foam high flow air filter with dyno results.
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