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    Ok, so pretty set on fitting up either a viper or venom induction kit to my M54 325ci.

    Has anyone fitted one up to their car before? I understand how it all bolts together, I am just unsure on what size ect I would need as there are many variances. The cold air feed I can run from the fog light socket according to my measurements.

    Any info or opinions on weather its a good idea and if its actually going to work will be great :-)
     
     

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    itg are the best out there in my opinion have you looked at them?
     
     

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    I have a BMC CDA on my current car (Vectra 2.2) and i think it was worth it. It made it feel a tad more responsive but i dont know if it was just the noise and placebo effect. I'll be putting it on my BM when i pick it up too.

    If you are unsure on sizes, measure your current inlet and get one that matches, mine was 80mm. Hope that helps!
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    Thank you!!

    The main reason I'm looking to get the pipercross one, is because I have a friend in the trade and can get one at a great price ;-)
     
     

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    Well to be honest I can't see much difference between brands as long as its a sealed unit and you have a dedicated cold air feed so your not just pulling in warm air from the engine bay. Don't expect a huge difference performance wise mind, although there will be a bit of an increase in noise when you put your foot down!
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    The sound alone does it for me
     
     

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