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AEM Intake Installation - E46 BMW 325 - 12 Step Program
http://www.fuelculture.com/aem/cold-air-intake-system-21-672 We take our 2001 BMW 325xi and install AEM intake Part #21-672 (http://www.fuelculture.com/aem/cold-air-intake-system-21-672). Follow this installation to see how easy it is to complete an AEM install on something as simple as your driveway. Here are the Steps we highlight in the video. Step #1- Remove the AEM Intake System (Part #21-672P) from the box and verify all pieces are intact. Step #2- Remove old (or factory) intake. Disconnect the assembly from the vehicle's Mass Airflow Sensor. Step #3- Underneath the intake is a rubber mouth. Unclasp the mount and pull it straight off. Step #4- Secure the AEM Heat Shield using the supplied washers and a 10mm nylok nuts. Step #5- Slip the silicone coupler over the MAF sensor with the supplied hose clamps. Be careful not to over-tighten the clamp. Step #6- Slip the intake piping into the other end of the coupler and tighten the second hose clamp. Step #7- Raise the front of the vehicle with a jack. Support the vehicle using a properly rated jack stand. Step #8- Remove the lug studs using a 17mm socket in order to remove the left front wheel. Step #9- Using a 8mm socket, remove the bolts securing the lower splash guard. Step #10- Attach the rubber mount to the open point under the headlight assembly. Attach the intake bracket using the supplied nuts and washers. Step #11- Install the optional AEM Dryflow Pre-Filter (Part #1-4000). Step #12- Install the AEM Dryflow Air Filter over the secured intake piping using the last hose clamp.

Cold Air Intakes Mythbusted [Naturally Aspirated]
In this episode the boys compare a Cold Air Intake system with a factory intake on the Honda S2000 to see if it makes as much power as some people have claimed... POD FILTERS MYTHBUSTED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAIxeQUSg-Q COLD AIR INTAKES MYTHBUSTED (turbo) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCi2yo4UqPI Shop: http://www.mightycarmods.com/collections/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mightycarmods Forum: http://forums.mightycarmods.com Also something to note around Mighty Car Mods: we are normal guys and are not trained mechanics. We like to make interesting car mods and show you how we've gone about it, but we can't promise that anything we show you will work for your particular car, or that you won't harm yourself, someone else, your car or your warranty doing it. Please be safe, be responsible and unless you know what you're doing, do not fool around with very serious machinery just because you've seen us make it look so easy. Talk to a qualified mechanic if you are in any doubt.

Should I install a Cold Air Intake? - Do Cold Air Intakes increase horsepower?
Popular question here, "Should I install a cold air intake on my car?" and "Do cold air intakes really increase horsepower?" Cold air intake, ram air intake, short ram intake, aftermarket intake, intake system, are all words that both car people and the general public use to describe the same thing; taking the stock air intake off of your vehicle, and replacing it with a "cold air intake". The idea here is that your engine is getting "colder air" which translates in the high performance world, to MORE POWER!!! Yes!.... Just kidding, these intake systems, no matter how much you pay for them are more harmful than good. In this video I'll talk about the concept of a cold air intake or "ram air intake", how they "work", how they really work, and honestly, why you shouldn't waste your money, which pretty much answers the question, "Should I install a cold air intake?" Unless you want a "deeper engine sound" or you want your turbo to sound louder on a Boosted car, which we all know that obviously the louder your turbo is, the more power it makes...? Not so much, then don't go out there expecting to gain all sorts of power or any at all (without a tune) from your $300 "cold air intake" kit from some big name performance company. Sorry about being all over the place, my ADD kicks in and I lose my train of thought pretty often. I did attend Wyotech in Blairsville, PA where I took automotive and high performance, so hopefully you'll take my word about this stuff because I know how it really works or why these things don't really work. Now, if you would like to learn how to make an income doing basically what I'm doing here, please email me at rightryan@hotmail.com or visit my site and watch the video there just to see what's possible with what I'm doing for a living: design-my-lifestyle.com

How to fit a BMW e46 325 ci M3 K&N Induction Kit Air Filter INTAKE SYSTEM sounds great
How to fit a BMW e46 325 ci M3 K&N Induction Kit Air Filter any questions about this video please ask me please subscibe me