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Old 11-28-2003, 04:39 AM   #1
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E36 homemade Intake

I was fliping through a magazine a couple of days ago and saw an intake on a guys 325 that looked fairly simple.....

so at work i got bored and made my own....

first the cone and reducer were yellow but then i decide I didn't like it so i got the red ones...

and WOW..what a difference that thing made....the sound is amazing and i could feel that the engine was more responsive throughout the entire rev range and it pulled harder in the upper RPM's
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