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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 Mon, Jun-15-2015, 03:17:05 AM   #41
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Default Re: Eventuri intake review incl pre/post dyno

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We are making something to attach the Eventuri to the Evolve Carbon Airbox which will still run a MAF.

Imagine the power gains and noise without the need for Alpha N or update to CSL software/MAP sensor conversion.

Watch this space. :-)
Subscribed just to watch this space. Hope there's an update soon!
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Old Thu, May-12-2016, 01:58:45 AM   #43
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here's a question, has anyone done or thought about doing the IAT relocation with this installed?

I've found i get a bit of heat soak and want to try the relocation, but i'm struggling to think of a good spot to mount the IAT probe with this intake. I dont want to drill into the carbon fiber.
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Old Thu, May-12-2016, 02:16:47 AM   #44
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here's a question, has anyone done or thought about doing the IAT relocation with this installed?

I've found i get a bit of heat soak and want to try the relocation, but i'm struggling to think of a good spot to mount the IAT probe with this intake. I don't want to drill into the carbon fiber.
Yes I did. I thought about drilling a hole for the sensor in the metal housing just below the filter. I bought a cheap 90 degree metal bracket on eBay instead. http://www.ebay.com/itm/BLACK-CNC-BI...item58c6297b0d
I also bought a few more of these SS screws to replace the plastic push clips holding the heat shield together.










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Old Thu, May-12-2016, 07:24:47 AM   #45
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ah nice one, i had been thinking about doing it that way - mounting right in front.
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Old Thu, May-12-2016, 10:17:21 PM   #46
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Yes I did. I thought about drilling a hole for the sensor in the metal housing just below the filter. I bought a cheap 90 degree metal bracket on eBay instead. http://www.ebay.com/itm/BLACK-CNC-BI...item58c6297b0d
I also bought a few more of these SS screws to replace the plastic push clips holding the heat shield together.
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Is the set of 5 SS screws enough to secure the heat shields? Will finally install mine once those arrive.....TIA
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ah nice one, i had been thinking about doing it that way - mounting right in front.


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Is the set of 5 SS screws enough to secure the heat shields? Will finally install mine once those arrive.....TIA
Yes, you only need two. You just need to get some SS nuts for them, I think they are 8mm.
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Sounds good...appreciate the info
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We are making something to attach the Eventuri to the Evolve Carbon Airbox which will still run a MAF.

Imagine the power gains and noise without the need for Alpha N or update to CSL software/MAP sensor conversion.

Watch this space. :-)


So, is this still gonna happen?
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So, is this still gonna happen?
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Any updates? It's been about two years since an update.

I am very interested in a MAF'd CF Airbox from a proven and credible tuner/company.

I was PMing another member who is also interested and there are some $1300-$1500 options for MAF'd CF airboxes. But not much is known about them. I wouldn't mind the ability to hook up my Eventuri (which I love) to a CSL airbox.

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