this is a carbon fibre dinan cold air intake that we installed, i record the car revving and accelerating before the new intake, then we install the intake then take a new video of it revving, and accelerating. the sound is just awesome that this beast makes....
Heffner Twin Turbo 1000 HP Lamborghini LP560-4
this is an insane 1000HP heffner twin turbo lamborghini gallardo lp560-4 and in an
awesome color, at the end of the video it accelerates off, but you cant
really hear the turbos that well. the
carbon fibre wing on it is amazing, along with the matching color brake
BMW E36 Vanos & Tensioners Install part 2
Here is the 2nd part of Vanos & Tensioners where we put everthing back
together. I threw out the option of making a homemade dummy tensioner tool
for those that wish to try it out, I've used it several times in the past
and it works great when your in a pinch.
K&N Cold Air Intake (E46)
2001 BMW 325i gets intake replaced with a K&N Cold Air Intake.
Product # : 57-1002
Installation took about 30-45 minutes with the included instructions.
Supposed to improve horsepower, torque, and MPG
but most noticeable difference is the sound.
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.
Remove the AEM Intake System (Part #21-672P) from the box and verify all
pieces are intact.
Remove old (or factory) intake. Disconnect the assembly from the vehicle's
Mass Airflow Sensor.
Underneath the intake is a rubber mouth. Unclasp the mount and pull it
Secure the AEM Heat Shield using the supplied washers and a 10mm nylok
Slip the silicone coupler over the MAF sensor with the supplied hose
clamps. Be careful not to over-tighten the clamp.
Slip the intake piping into the other end of the coupler and tighten the
second hose clamp.
Raise the front of the vehicle with a jack. Support the vehicle using a
properly rated jack stand.
Remove the lug studs using a 17mm socket in order to remove the left front
Using a 8mm socket, remove the bolts securing the lower splash guard.
Attach the rubber mount to the open point under the headlight assembly.
Attach the intake bracket using the supplied nuts and washers.
Install the optional AEM Dryflow Pre-Filter (Part #1-4000).
Install the AEM Dryflow Air Filter over the secured intake piping using the
last hose clamp.
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Short Ram vs Cold Air Intake Kits: Which to Choose? Presented by Andy's Auto Sport
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Andy's Auto Sport presents a video about the differences between short ram
air intakes and cold air intakes, with examples of each for easy reference.
Air intake kits offer performance by replacing the restrictive factory air
box in your vehicle with free-flowing components. From stock replacement
parts to high-performance aftermarket accessories, Andy's Auto Sport has
what you need to get the looks and power your vehicle deserves.
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How to Customize a Universal Cold Air Intake Filter System - Pep Boys
Spectre Performance demonstrates in this video how to customize a universal
cold air intake kit using parts you can find at your local neighborhood Pep
Boys. Using universal parts you can simply assemble them in any fashion to
create the look you want to make.
First we take off the existing air cleaner and install a single 4 inch
plenum. Lay the plenum where your air filter was and put it in any
direction you like. Screw on the plenum with the existing air filter nut or
a custom nut of your choice. You will need couplers that will connect the
different intake tubes together that can be turned to mold within your
engine compartment. Simply slide on the coupler to the plenum and fit
accordingly. Secure the clamp on the coupler to the ridge inside and then
you can add additional tubing for the length you desire. Remember not to
tighten the clamps too hard, because you may need to move your tubing
around until you create a final fit. Rotate and adjust as needed. Attach
your air filter to the end of the tubing. You can find inserts that go
into the filter to accommodate a 3 or 3.5 inch tube. Once you have the
final placement in place, be sure then to go back and tighten all of the
clamps to hold the filter system securely in place.
The advantages to having a custom air intake filter system located in the
front of your engine is that you can take advantage of the air stream and
receive colder air going into the intake system instead of the hot air that
your standard filter was providing. Customizing your cold air intake
system is pretty simple once you know a few simple tricks. Not only will
your new custom air intake system look great, but it will increase your
engine's overall performance.
You can see more of these great DIY'er videos from www.pepboys.com or stop
in your local Pep Boys for more information.
The Tire-Punishing, 400HP Turbo BMW E30! - /TUNED
The BMW E30 is quickly becoming a cult classic among the DIY, autocross,
and track crowd. And though the M3 version may be climbing so quickly in
price, soon no one will be able to afford one, the 325i, as it turns out,
has some chops as a great platform for tuning. Kameron Baker's homebuilt
E30 is just about the nicest one we've seen, and if you think it looks
great, wait till you see how it drives.