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Old 03-01-2011, 02:16 PM   #1
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Rebirth Motorsports E36 6 Cyl CAI

Rebirth Motorsports BMW E36 6 CYL Cold Air Intake

Complete CAI for your BMW E36 inline 6

- Brand new in box, all parts needed are included
- Polished aluminum tubes with Cone filter included
- Allows use of intake thermostat
- Sets up in 2 configurations, in stock filter location, or out of the engine bay behind bumper, yes 2 set ups in one kit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Only takes a few minutes to change between setups
- Great sound, better mileage, and MORE POWER!!!!!!

Kits are $100 Tax included, pick up or shipping can be arranged


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Old 03-01-2011, 10:51 PM   #2
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3'' or 3.5'' piping?
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Old 03-02-2011, 07:56 AM   #3
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3'' or 3.5'' piping?
3 inch piping
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:03 PM   #4
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Make a 3.5'' version and you'll steal sales away from Dinan or Cosmo Racing.
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Old 03-02-2011, 11:37 PM   #5
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Make a 3.5'' version and you'll steal sales away from Dinan or Cosmo Racing.
You'd have to upgrade to a euro 3.5" MAF for that to work. Even then it's sort of a waste because the throttle body is still a bottle neck (around 2.75"?)
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You'd have to upgrade to a euro 3.5" MAF for that to work. Even then it's sort of a waste because the throttle body is still a bottle neck (around 2.75"?)
Not really you just need an adapter for it, there is a reason why the dinan 3.5'' intake is the best intake.
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Old 03-03-2011, 05:26 AM   #7
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You'd have to upgrade to a euro 3.5" MAF for that to work. Even then it's sort of a waste because the throttle body is still a bottle neck (around 2.75"?)
And the winner is..... Bang on, a sudden squeeze at MAF, will cause turbulence and compression, which can be rather disruptive in an otherwise smooth system. Unless your compressing the air smooth and linear bigger is not better

And yes let's not clutter and bring up other companies in a for sale thread
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Old 03-03-2011, 08:08 AM   #8
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throttle body is still a bottle neck (around 2.75"?)
m/s5x throttle bodies are 3" stock.
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Should also mention these are only "Plug and Play" on OBD1 E36's.

If you're putting it on an OBDII motor, you'll need to plug that hole in the tubing.
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Should also mention these are only "Plug and Play" on OBD1 E36's.

If you're putting it on an OBDII motor, you'll need to plug that hole in the tubing.
air boxes were kept the same, there should be a cover on the airbox if your car did not have the temp peice and that is used
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How much HP gain with this CAI?
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How much HP gain with this CAI?
5 to 10, also depends on other mods, feels nice with the tune I have in my car. Midrange feels quite good
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5 to 10, also depends on other mods, feels nice with the tune I have in my car. Midrange feels quite good
u can't actually believe you gain 5-10 hp... especially with nice metal piping that'll warm that air up REAL good
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u can't actually believe you gain 5-10 hp... especially with nice metal piping that'll warm that air up REAL good
5 to 10 hp is a modest fair gain with this type of CAI, I'm not making outrageous claims, like some companies.
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u can't actually believe you gain 5-10 hp... especially with nice metal piping that'll warm that air up REAL good
The air moves too quickly to actually heat up though.
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