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Old 06-02-2014, 11:07 AM   #1
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My Ride: 2004 e46 M3 cabrio
FS: aFe cold air intakes - Stage 1 AND stage 2 kits

Hey all.. mildly cross posting here, please don't shoot me but just hoping the local folks see the FS posting.

I have both a AFE stage 1 plus magnum force intake tube upgrade, and a full stage 2 kit for sale. These fit the M3

The S1 was installed in my M3 for roughly 72 hours for documentation and demonstration and then put back into the box and packaging. The S2 has never been installed and is just had the box opened.

S1 plus upgrade intake, Pro5 R filter - $500 (retail over $600)
S2 kit Pro5 R filter- $325 (retail over $400)

I have fully detailed install guides now because of working with AFE but if you were local, I would consider helping you install it as well if that was the tipping point to buy either. Takes less than an hour for install and makes a significant difference in performance!
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Old 06-11-2014, 04:34 PM   #2
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I still have both kits, and will be at the BMW CCA Dyno and BBQ event this weekend in Bellevue. The install on both kits is pretty straight forward, and I could even help do it there (I bet) if someone is interested.

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