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    Quote Originally Posted by squeekyclean View Post
    dave f induction kit fitted to my 325ti.think i paid around £130 all in
    nice deep growl but cannot really tell any difference on performance.
    a tight fit with the cone filter,bottom of the heatshield needs a bit of rubber under it to stop it vibrating.
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    Do they just use the standard air flow or require some other intake from somewhere?
     
     

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    straight on to the airflow meter,there is a few ways of getting more air to it.
    the flexi pipe in picture comes in underneath the cone filter and goes to where the standard filter box gets it's air from.
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    Aren't Dave F's like rocking horse poo?

    Simota's have a good reputation, but are pretty expensive (best I have been able to find is around £200 mark).

    Failing that the Green Cotton filters that just replace the OE one are well thought of (on my list to do when I get round to it). Although there is some debate as to how effective they really are (the Pipercross that I put in my MINI One made a difference - I didn't realise until I took it out, but then it was only a weeny engine).

    Let us know what you decide and how you get on.
     
     

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