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  1. "Loo roll" style breather vs Vortex type

    BMW 5 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 5 Series
    Dear Bimmer fans, can you please tell me which breather is more suitable for an E60 525d, 2006? The old one "filter roll" or the new one the vortex type? Please specify why? I know many BMW independent mechanics who are insistingly suggesting that the old filter is the better and they are...
  2. Which Vortex Breather do I need? 11127799225 OR 11127794597

    BMW 5 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 5 Series
    Hi, I would appreciate clarity on the above query? I'm planning to have some maintenance work carried out on 2005 530D (M57N) as well as 2006 530D (M57N2) vehicles. OEM list the Breather as: Part no 11127799225 (RealOEM.com   BMW E60 530d Cylinder head cover) but I have been told the latest...
  3. "Loo Roll" breather

    BMW 3 Series Forum - Technical Talk on the BMW E46
    I heard you need to change this if you want your turbo live a good and long life I have a 99 320d and tomorrow I'm gonna see what breather I have under the intake manifold. I bet its the ol' loo roll. So, I'm asking does the new vortex breather fits well to an older e46?
  4. 2004 E65 730d - Oil Separator

    BMW 7 Series - Tech Talk For All Gen Of 7 Series
    Here's a picture of a loo roll style filter removed from my car this week. I am uncertain how long it has taken the loo roll to get into this state and would welcome opinions. The only possible answers are 78 months and 45,300 miles OR 6 months, and 4,600 miles. If it helps, the car has a full...
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