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    I have just re-mapped my 320 diesel with a superchip Bluefin. I now what to improve the air intake. I'm looking for a carbon fibre force induction kit. I see various manufacturers do this product for the 330i and the M3 but can find anything for the 320d. I see K&N do a basic up-grade with a improved filter but this doesn't look very good. Anyone see any company offering a complete product to replace the standard BM air intake. Thanks
     
     

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    Simota do one for E9x models including diesel.
     
     

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    Morning,

    OP, did you ever get around to fitting one?

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    i would not bother with a fillter or induction as your car has a intercoolar to cool the air
    fitters for the diesels are a wast of money your beeter of keeping the dirt out of the intake
     
     

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    why not leave on the standard airbox and up the boost?
     
     

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    Morning All,

    Jamiewright1990, how would one go about upping the boost?

    Is it worth it? Whats the effects on the engine & releated components?
     
     

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    you would go about it by finding a tuning company, telling them your budget and what you would like them to do... a good remap should see some gains
     
     

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    you need to up the fueling to get more power from the diesels,you only need to up the boost to help get rid of smoke
     
     

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