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Old Thu, Nov-13-2014, 07:37:35 PM   #41
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Default Re: Cozmo Kraemer's 2003 Carbonshwartz M3 Journal

Awesome work my friend. I can't wait to get me some cams...
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Old Thu, Nov-13-2014, 08:47:37 PM   #42
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Awesome work!! Can't wait to add shricks and a karbonious box to my S54!
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Old Fri, Nov-14-2014, 09:35:49 PM   #43
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Awesome work my friend. I can't wait to get me some cams...
Thanks! That airbox just totally reinvents the driving experience. This car is just so amazing now. The right amount of power with just a great power delivery. Sooo smooth but aggressive, and the sound, my GAWD!! So much fun...I just can't imagine another car being more fun. It is seriously...the best modification I have ever made to any car.

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Awesome work!! Can't wait to add shricks and a karbonious box to my S54!
Thank you!

I will restate...seriously... best modification I have ever made to any car.

Though I'm sure you didn't need any additional anecdotal persuasion
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Thanks! That airbox just totally reinvents the driving experience. This car is just so amazing now. The right amount of power with just a great power delivery. Sooo smooth but aggressive, and the sound, my GAWD!! So much fun...I just can't imagine another car being more fun. It is seriously...the best modification I have ever made to any car.



Thank you!

I will restate...seriously... best modification I have ever made to any car.

Though I'm sure you didn't need any additional anecdotal persuasion
When dropping that kind of money, every bit of persuasion helps! You described it perfectly, I'm sold!
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Old Fri, Nov-14-2014, 10:44:21 PM   #45
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When dropping that kind of money, every bit of persuasion helps! You described it perfectly, I'm sold!
I find myself thinking,"Why didn't I do this as early as humanly possible?" and also, "I wish every car had one of these."

Nice pics from SEMA, thanks Cozmo!
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Hey Brian, what kind of hose did you use to adapt your original shutoff valve to the CSL airbox? I broke my CSL piece trying to remove it from the airbox () and really don't feel like paying $95 for another.

Edit: Never mind. Heated it up, and was able to pull off the broken barb and transfer the one from my original shut off valve. Based on how much better this barb snaps onto the airbox, I'm guessing the one that broke was defective.
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It is just 3/8 injector line I believe. I can document it here if someone wants to go that route and not pay the $130 that the CSL shutoff valve costs.
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Awesome update! Intake, cams, tune
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Old Mon, Nov-17-2014, 10:51:40 PM   #49
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Awesome update! Intake, cams, tune
Yeah, it was a long time coming. I was lucky enough to snag the cams/followers from Dinan on their crazy closeout sale a few months back...probably August. I went to order the intake in March and was told to wait for the group buy, which started in May-ish...then it was delivered Nov 4th. The ECU and MAP sensor I had since the middle of summer as well. I just only wanted to tune the car once. I am working with Frank now to finalize the tune. Runs pretty well on just the basemap though! Looking forward to what the finished tune yields. I will put it on a local dyno then. Not a lot of comparative data, but some useful insight on what the setup can make.
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Maybe I missed it, but if not---how much power are you making with your mods?
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