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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
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Old Sat, Jun-13-2015, 06:01:59 PM   #31
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I offered you a side by side comparison on M3cutters of your "proper" ebay air box and you refused. I even offered to pay your expenses.

Put your money where your mouth is or stop trolling.

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Both members joined the same year with the same amount of posts. Definitely Troll status.

That's some pretty impressive dyno results for just a intake.
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M3carbon1 aka Mike aka M3new

I offered you a side by side comparison on M3cutters of your "proper" ebay air box and you refused. I even offered to pay your expenses.

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showpo...5&postcount=64

Put your money where your mouth is or stop trolling.

Offer is still open.

"proper" ebay box, funny stuff. Looks like the ball is in his court.
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Old Sun, Jun-14-2015, 07:00:15 AM   #33
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Great review and dyno results! Seems to very well echo the results Eventuri advertised as well.

We've had the Eventuri intake on our E46 M3 for some time now with quite a bit of track time as well. It certainly provides more juice coming out of turns and through straightaways!

Once we're done settling into our new shop, we'll be doing our own independent review!
I have to say that you can barely hear the induction noise (compared to stock levels) from outside the car. I haven't been inside one with this intake, but I did watch your car come down the straights a few times, and really didn't notice too much of a difference compared to stock. I was hoping to hear a CSL-esque growl but it just wasn't there lap after lap. Again, that's just from outside.

The power gains look like they're there though. I can only imagine what kind of power levels are achievable with this attached to the carbon airbox!
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I have to say that you can barely hear the induction noise (compared to stock levels) from outside the car. I haven't been inside one with this intake, but I did watch your car come down the straights a few times, and really didn't notice too much of a difference compared to stock. I was hoping to hear a CSL-esque growl but it just wasn't there lap after lap. Again, that's just from outside.

The power gains look like they're there though. I can only imagine what kind of power levels are achievable with this attached to the carbon airbox!
Dang really?! I guess I've officially gotten mixed feedback, hehe.

I'll try to have my P54B32 CF Airbox in for Blackhawk Farms! We should be in different run groups again, so let's try to get videos of one another from the stands!

See ya soon man.
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I have to say that you can barely hear the induction noise (compared to stock levels) from outside the car. I haven't been inside one with this intake, but I did watch your car come down the straights a few times, and really didn't notice too much of a difference compared to stock. I was hoping to hear a CSL-esque growl but it just wasn't there lap after lap. Again, that's just from outside.

The power gains look like they're there though. I can only imagine what kind of power levels are achievable with this attached to the carbon airbox!
I agree, its hard to hear the difference, just a thought but maybe the sound proofing on the bonnet is muting alot of the sound as i understand the csl car runs with no bonnet sound proofing?
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I agree, its hard to hear the difference, just a thought but maybe the sound proofing on the bonnet is muting alot of the sound as i understand the csl car runs with no bonnet sound proofing?
I was actually very surprised about these comments as the difference to me sounds significant. I recently passed by my better half at WOT and she told me that she "almost got a heart attack"

But indeed, I have removed my bonnet sound proofing and this may partly explain it.
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I offered you a side by side comparison on M3cutters of your "proper" ebay air box and you refused. I even offered to pay your expenses.

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showpo...5&postcount=64

Put your money where your mouth is or stop trolling.

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I didn't even post that, *edited. Carry on.
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great stuff.....
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Dang really?! I guess I've officially gotten mixed feedback, hehe.

I'll try to have my P54B32 CF Airbox in for Blackhawk Farms! We should be in different run groups again, so let's try to get videos of one another from the stands!

See ya soon man.
Do it, and put in your passenger seat this time!
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I was actually very surprised about these comments as the difference to me sounds significant. I recently passed by my better half at WOT and she told me that she "almost got a heart attack"

But indeed, I have removed my bonnet sound proofing and this may partly explain it.
yeah the difference was pronounced to me also. It reaaally growls in the mid range. I still have my bonnet sound proofing in too.
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