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      09-10-2008, 07:08 PM   #1
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▀▄ eas | * New product announcement * AFE - High Performance Air Filter for E9x M3

eas is proud to now carry aFe High Performance OE Replacement Air Filters for the E9x M3!

aFe's high performance, high flow OE air filter replaces the restrictive factory paper filters and lets your engine breathe better. Paper filters do a good job in keeping dirt out but can clogged easily so that they need to be replaced frequently. Foam filters also clog easily. A washable/reusable, cotton gauze filter like aFe allows more airflow and is washable and reusable.



aFe - High Performance OE replacement air filter for e9X M3
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=1926

High Flow
High Performance
High filtration efficiency
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Increased Horsepower and Torque
Improved MPG
And best of all +54% Flow Increase (CFM)




Try a simple test. Put a sheet of tissue paper up to your mouth and draw air through it. Now put a sheet of cotton gauze and see the difference. What happened to the tissue paper when you got it wet? What happened to the gauze? aFe filters are like that.

With aFe filters, your engine can breathe a lot better. Have you ever tried running when you had a cold? It's hard when you can't breathe well, right? Your car's engine is the same way. With a restrictive paper filter, it has to struggle to run at its best. When the filter is new and unclogged, it works fine but when dirty, the engine has to struggle. A stock OE paper filter will quickly become clogged as it become dirty.

aFe filters are built to let the engine breathe better even as the filter gets dirty. The multiple layers of cotton gauze are sandwiched between two layers of epoxy coated aluminum screen and pleated like a lamp shade. Have you ever looked at cotton gauze under a microscope? It has tiny micro fibers branching out from the strands. When the gauze is oiled like our filters are, these strands attract dirt and dust particles. One or two layers would allow dirt and dust particles to pass through, therefore we stack multiple layers with progressively tighter mesh to catch progressively smaller and smaller particles, as small as 2 microns in size. The aluminum screen holds the layers in place and protects the cotton gauze.

aFe designs their filters differently than other cotton gauze filters. aFe filters to have the tallest pleats that the factory air box will let us. There two reasons for this: 1) Taller pleats mean more filter material to hold the dirt and 2) Taller pleats mean that the pleats can be spaced out more to let more air through.



aFe also has a different pleat geometry than others with rounded tips like a dolphin's nose. Others are more triangular and pointed. This rounded design allows the air to flow more efficiently around the tops of the pleats. Not only that, because it is rounded, the pleats aren't tightly pinched and let air flow through the tops and bottom of the pleats. These features allow aFe filters to simply breathe better. 100% engineering grade polyurethane is used, which is more flexible and will seal better in today's plastic and fiberglass factory air boxes. To make sure that our filters stand up over the life of your vehicle, we have urethane on all four sides of the filter, not just on the open ends. The polyurethane stands up to high engine temperatures and engine chemicals better that the plastomers that the factory filters use.

Another feature that makes aFe filters unique is a progressive bump seal. This bump seal made of flexible polyurethane is compressed tightly in the factory air box for a sure leak proof seal even when the factory air box has uneven sealing surface.

Pro 5 Oiled Air Filter Characteristics
- 100% polyurethane construction Durable, resistant to high temperature and chemicals
- Deepest pleats Greater flow and dust holding capacity
- Rounded pleat geometry Better airflow characteristics
- Washable/reusable filter media Longer service life
- Full or modified velocity stack - Better, more airflow

With the installation of a Magnum FORCE Stage 2 intake system, you are removing the most restrictive part of the stock air intake system: the air filter and air box. You will feel an immediate improvement in acceleration and throttle response.

Pro Dry S Air Filter Characteristics
aFe offers you a better choice of oil-free filters: New Pro Dry S synthetic dry-media filters. Pro Dry S filters use a revolutionary two-ply synthetic material that is functionally superior to traditional paper media and single-ply synthetic, and easy to service. Pro Dry S dry-media filters increase airflow providing improved horsepower, torque, and fuel economy with 99.4%* filtration efficiency. Perhaps the greatest benefit of new Pro Dry S filters is the convenience of servicing these oil-free filters. To clean a Pro Dry S filter lightly tap it on the ground, vacuum it, or wash with soap and water. Solvents and oiling are not necessary.

- Oil-free 2-layer synthetic media
- Increased air flow up to 50% for better performance
- Increases horsepower & torque
- Improves Fuel economy
- 99.4% efficient for excellent protection
- Wire mesh for structural integrity & quality
- Convenient quick & easy cleaning

Features:
- Pliable progressive polyurethane seal
- 100% polyurethane construction
- Deepest pleats in the industry
- Minimal wicking
- Factory pre-oiled with non-surfactant containing refined oil
- Washable/reusable cotton gauze media

Benefits:
- Tight seal without gaskets or sealants
- Withstands extreme engine temperatures for extended-service life
- Improved airflow, filtration, and dust-holding capacity
- Larger filtration area for more airflow
- Will not damage sensitive electronic sensors
- The last filter you will buy for your vehicle

Models Supported:

2008+ e90 M3 Sedan
2008+ e92 M3 Coupe
2008+ e93 M3 Convertible

aFe - High Performance OE replacement air filter for e9X M3
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=1926

If you have any questions in regards to this air filter replacement, please feel free to contact me directly via PM, email, or you can give us a call.
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Gentlemen,

Our S65 filters arrived today, these are in house and ready to go.



Some kits have already left today. Act quick as these are in limited quantities until production is caught up.

Those that are local are welcomed to drop by.
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mine shipped out today!!
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mine shipped out today!!
That's the benefit of having everything in stock - orders are shipped immediately.
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Gentlemen, thanks for the orders.

Plenty of Dry and Oiled-type filters in stock - ready for same day shipping or local pickup.
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Plenty of Oiled and Dry filters in stock, ready for same day shipping in most cases.
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All weekend orders shipped, few left in stock.
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which is better? oil or dry? pm me please.

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which is better? oil or dry? pm me please.

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Always been a fan of oiled type, but there are both versions to suit everyone's preferences.
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