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baulla 03-20-2005 11:54 AM

help on 330i w/ performance package PLEASE HELP
 
hey i just got my 330i wit performance package and i got a carbonio cold air intake and im lookin for headers except all i can find is expensive ass ones and i have limited money to get headers wit please help

brkf 03-20-2005 11:56 AM

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Originally Posted by baulla
hey i just got my 330i wit performance package and i got a carbonio cold air intake and im lookin for headers except all i can find is expensive ass ones and i have limited money to get headers wit please help

:dunno: not into modding, that's why I bought a ZHP.

philippek 03-20-2005 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by baulla
hey i just got my 330i wit performance package and i got a carbonio cold air intake and im lookin for headers except all i can find is expensive ass ones and i have limited money to get headers wit please help

Welcome to BMW. You're not going to find inexpensive aftermarket performance parts, and frankly if you did I think you should steer away from them. Also, a couple of posters here have reported that their vehicles actually produced less power after doing things like intake and exhaust.

Enjoy your car and save up for an M3 :thumbup:

Chris90 03-20-2005 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by philippek
Welcome to BMW. You're not going to find inexpensive aftermarket performance parts, and frankly if you did I think you should steer away from them. Also, a couple of posters here have reported that their vehicles actually produced less power after doing things like intake and exhaust.

Enjoy your car and save up for an M3 :thumbup:

Yup, I would only buy a matched set (software, intake, exhaust), or you risk losing power.

Double Vanos 03-20-2005 06:43 PM

Take the advice fromt the 2 previous posts, they are right.


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