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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-11-2018, 02:24:41 PM   #21
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Default Re: Streamline CSL/R airbox review - ongoing

sub'd as I am curious about purchasing one of these boxes or the Karbonius. I am #17 or 18 on the Streamline list.
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Default Re: Streamline CSL/R airbox review - ongoing

Looking forward to seeing how this shakes out. I have tons of projects on hand so a good thorough review, back and forth banter and company response are in my timeline. Iím pulling for any company developing parts for the platform, because itís the best.
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Looking forward to this review!
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Default Re: Streamline CSL/R airbox review - ongoing

I’ve actually jumped on the preorder myself. There’s a limited run coming to the market as some may know “special or limited edition” with a few personal touches from streamline. I too will eventually offer up a review on the product. Just deciding whether I want to go Alpha N or CSL Rail, Map and DME - it comes out to only slightly more doing the csl Rail, map and DME and from what I’ve been seeing driveability is worlds better over alpha N.
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Default Re: Streamline CSL/R airbox review - ongoing

Do the MAP conversion. I've been down both roads (did it without the MAP years before the MAP was doable)-- the MAP version is worlds better.
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Do the MAP conversion. I've been down both roads (did it without the MAP years before the MAP was doable)-- the MAP version is worlds better.
That’s what I’ve been reading. Most likely go that route - once you do the map, rail and dme do I need to tune the dme for the mods or is it good to go? I think I can just use the csl software with stock cams but everything else changed being airbox, map, rail, dme, headers

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Thatís what Iíve been reading. Most likely go that route - once you do the map, rail and dme do I need to tune the dme for the mods or is it good to go? I think I can just use the csl software with stock cams but everything else changed being airbox, map, rail, dme, headers
More it is tuned to your hardware the better it will run, but CSL cams are pretty mild.
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Just deciding whether I want to go Alpha N or CSL Rail, Map and DME - it comes out to only slightly more doing the csl Rail, map and DME
CSL rail, MAP sensor, associated wiring/install, and reconfigured DME is actually a significant cost that not enough people factor in

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do I need to tune the dme for the mods or is it good to go?
whoever is modifying your DME/providing the tune should be giving you a tune specific to your car setup. when i switched from stock to CSL cams it threw codes and i had to get a tune revision
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Default Re: Streamline CSL/R airbox review - ongoing

I'm also taking part in the pre-order, to be installed on my Z4M w/ Alpha-N tune (no MAP sensor option for us) and will be posting up my thoughts and experiences.

Funny enough, the biggest concern I have right now is bending the dipstick out of the way. Seen a lot of posts that people do it/have done it and it's a PITA, but not much information on how they've done it.
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Default Re: Streamline CSL/R airbox review - ongoing

The skeptics are so thick. Let’s hope this company does well at creating a product everyone seems to lust after. Looking forward to the review OP!

If this is less than 100% then the skeptics (who are likely not buyers anyway) will have Evolve / Karbonius / GS / OE to choose from.
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