View Single Post
      08-22-2012, 04:31 PM   #5
EAS
BimmerPost Supporting Vendor

 
EAS's Avatar
 
Drives: VF620 M3
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Anaheim, CA

Posts: 5,694
iTrader: (10)

Quote:
Originally Posted by bm11 View Post
I'm not sure. I tried EVERYTHING to get it to work properly. The whole setup by itself lines up really nice, it's just the angle and pressure in which it enters the airbox that is the issue. Part of it is the pressure put on by the filter "button," the spring loaded part that pushes on the front of the filter. It alone is enough to distort the box with just the filter installed.
The spring behind the centering pin can be cut down slightly to alleviate the pressure on the filter. In most cases, this step is not needed.
__________________
european auto source (eas)
email: info@europeanautosource.com web: www.europeanautosource.com
tel 866.669.0705 | ca: 714.369.8524 | fax: 714.908.1796


Blog | Facebook | YouTube | Flickr | Twitter
EAS is offline  
0
Reply With Quote