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    That will save me about 10 minutes Click here to enlarge

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    *facepalm* e90post lol. they posted this up over there and some troll just has to immediately bash it. always good for a laugh!
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    The filter covers are not for everyone. But for those of us who have not had cowls for years I think they've been very well received. Those guys who are more concerned with what angel eyes to run probably won't appreciate the advantages of being cowl-less. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    The filter covers are not for everyone. But for those of us who have not had cowls for years I think they've been very well received. Those guys who are more concerned with what angel eyes to run probably won't appreciate the advantages of being cowl-less. Click here to enlarge
    true! Click here to enlarge
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    I for one think it's fairly important for us all to respect the FACT that if one lone drop of rain water makes it down to the turbo, it will instantly thermally shock, crack, and send death shrapnel directly into the other turbo inlet, causing that turbo to explode, which will in turn of course cause a misfire on cylinder 5 for the rest of the cars' lifetime regardless of part or tune changes, and void all BMW NA warrantees expressed, implied, or misunderstood for all eternity.

    Without fail, every time I see some stupid thing posted on the other forum, I think to myself, "wow, that's got to be one of the dumbest things I have ever heard... " and then sure enough within a week or two, someone else will post something even more inane. SMH. All of the sudden the dealership trying to blame my DSC coding error on me using non-runflats seems to be reasonable.

    Filters are on. No ECU explosions or turbo death yet.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SCGT Click here to enlarge
    I for one think it's fairly important for us all to respect the FACT that if one lone drop of rain water makes it down to the turbo, it will instantly thermally shock, crack, and send death shrapnel directly into the other turbo inlet, causing that turbo to explode, which will in turn of course cause a misfire on cylinder 5 for the rest of the cars' lifetime regardless of part or tune changes, and void all BMW NA warrantees expressed, implied, or misunderstood for all eternity.

    Without fail, every time I see some stupid thing posted on the other forum, I think to myself, "wow, that's got to be one of the dumbest things I have ever heard... " and then sure enough within a week or two, someone else will post something even more inane. SMH. All of the sudden the dealership trying to blame my DSC coding error on me using non-runflats seems to be reasonable.

    Filters are on. No ECU explosions or turbo death yet.
    i thought you were serious for waaaaay too long there, because too many people actually think that...
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    Got mine yesterday after customs held them so they could extort some more money out of me.

    Very well fitting and extra piece of mind with winter coming up, I didn't bother with the screws as the threads are ruined on mine anyway. I love hearing my RBs spool up without the cowl on Click here to enlarge
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    How about just M3 cowl?
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    I installed these last week; they fit like a glove.

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    Enough of these going out, anybody do any tests on under hood temps to see a difference?
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    ^ Whoops wrong thread. Ugh oh well.

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    pfft, needs shorter intake path, must have shocking response Click here to enlarge

    ED: exhaust pipes not short/straight enough. 2/10 WND.
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