Just realized this was a 2 year old post...
Originally Posted by emimix
OEM stuff are not optimal so you keep getting back for replacements
the filter is not about power, but better ventilation and air flow ...it's also more $$ than the OEM, and you dont' need to change it for life
But BMW covers the replacements for the first 4 years or 40,000 miles.???
I get that you want to change your filter, and good for you it is after all your car - but don't make the argument that BMW cheaps out on air filters or that "Use it for life" saves you money.
(BTW - Agree with the post - if you don't know where its at - maybe you shouldn't change it yourself. Also be careful that when you take your car in for scheduled maintenance they don't check the air filter and ding you for non-oem)
Now can can anyone tell this guy where he can find the air filter?
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Last edited by miamiboyca; 01-28-2013 at 09:20 AM.