Intake installed on e46 m3 Convertible
K&N Cold Air
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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.
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.
Here is my tour of what SMG can do. this was a video designed to educate
some members of a forum on how SMG is not an automatic gearbox, but a
manual, with some electronic assistance and the ability to use an "auto"
How to install K&N Air Filter BMW E46 3-Series [HD]
A do-it-yourself (DIY) how-to video of installing a K&N 33-2231 High
Performance Replacement Air Filter. This is the drop-in kind.
The car I am doing it on is a 2002 BMW 325CI, but it should work on all
3-Series E46 Models between 2000-2006 (except the M3).
Retail prices is $66, but I got it off Amazon for $39. You never need to
throw it away, just clean it in 50,000 miles.
Want to see something creative? Check out my website:
Liberty Walk BMW M3 E92 w/ ESS Supercharger & Sequential Gearbox - Drifting, Sound & Flames
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Here you are a video of the mighty BMW M3 E92 used by the Italian drifter
Francesco Conti in the 2014 King of Europe drift series. The car has a
Liberty Walk LB Performance body kit, its V8 engine is powered by an ESS Supercharger (the car has more than 700hp)
and a Bacci Romano sequential gearbox.
Watch the car in action during two different rounds of the 2014/2015
Kamikaze Drift Events drifting and shooting some flames and loud backfires.
Camcorder: Canon Legria HF G30 + Canon DM-100 Microphone
Event: Round 1 & 2 Kamikaze Drift Events 2014/2015
Where: Castelletto di Branduzzo, Italy
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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.
Injen True Cold Air Intake Install - 2014 Civic Si
For more information and/or to purchase this Injen True Cold Air Intake,
follow this link:
We install the new version of the Injen Cold Air Intake for the 2012+ Civic
Si and 2013+ Acura ILX. This "True Cold Air" version gives better overall
performance than the original Injen Cold Air Intake. Sit back and relax
while we do all the hard work!
Benefits of the Injen True Cold Air Intake over the first generation cold
* Reaches further down to bring colder air in to your engine.
* Relocates battery with included hardware to minimize the intake bends.
This results in the highest flow possible.
* Colder air and less intake restriction means more power!
* Includes all installation hardware needed.
2012+ Honda Civic Si models (coupe and sedan).
2013+ Acura ILX 6 speed manual models. See our sister site,
http://www.proimporttuners.com, to purchase this intake for your Acura ILX.
Polished (featured in this video)
Summary of Important Steps of the Injen True Cold Air Intake Install:
1. Uninstall upper portion of factory intake system
2. Remove factory "CCV" tube and use Injen hardware to join factory coolant
3. Remove battery and tray
4. Remove misc tubes and items
5. Remove final (lower) pieces of factory intake system
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=730). The front bumper needs
to be removed first (see our separate video for how to do this).
6. Install Injen battery tray / bracket and factory battery
7. Put on throttle body coupler for the Injen True Cold Air Intake system
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1342). Also install the MAF
sensor on the upper intake tube.
8. Install Injen Vibra-Mount
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1400). Please note the 2014
Civic Si requires a small amount of drilling, unlike previous years.
9. Install lower silicone portion of Injen True Cold Air Intake system
10. Install upper pipe of Injen intake
11. Put on lower most curved aluminum pipe section for the Injen intake
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeGQm-rYvPk&t=1660). Also install the Injen
filter and tighten down all other clamps on intake, making sure there is
enough clearance everywhere.
12. Finish connecting misc. items, such as battery and MAF sensor
13. Go out and take a drive and experience the POWER of the Injen True Cold
Air Intake! :)
IMPORTANT SAFETY DISCLAIMER: When working on your car, always follow proper
safety procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, letting your car
cool down, using the correct tools and protection, jacking/lifting your car
correctly, and in general being careful about what you are doing. If you do
not feel confident doing something, do not attempt it! Instead, have
someone else with more experience try or hire a professional. PRO Civic
cannot be held responsible for any incidental or direct damages, injuries,
or additional costs caused by installing any of the parts featured in our