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    Hello everybody! Just considering purchasing an induction kit for my 330ci. Anyone used this before? What differences have people seen in terms of sound and performance? Is it worth the money? Should I rather get a K&N panel air filter instead? How much do both these filters/kits cost? Thanks!
     
     

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    Many threads discussing induction kits-
    1994 E36 325i - Air Filter / Induction kits

    Its your choice at the end of the day-If you do put on an induction kit be sure to put on a heatshield to.
    Definately sounds better-bit of a hoo-ha as to wether there are power increase.Definately better throttle response
     
     

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    id recommend an induction kit. ive got a K&N on my e46 325Ci and the induction noise is a wonderful thing!
    a heat shield is a must though and also a decent cold air feed.
    there is a noticable difference in throttle response to. theres less lag when you plant ur right foot down, the power is alot more instant
     
     

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