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      11-14-2020, 01:54 PM   #1
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N63TU Intake MAF Pipes! Build your own intake!

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Hey guys, I went through the whole process of making an intake for my 750Li a while back and as everyone knows the biggest hurdle is the MAF sensor housing to allow you to build any style of intake. I was able to tackle that and now have the ability to provide the MAF pipes to anyone who wants to build their own intake!

- Includes PAIR of MAF Pipes
- 3" Aluminum construction
- Direct fit for Stock MAF sensor
- Will fit into stock turbo inlet pipes
- Use silicone piping to make custom intake!

Shipping these out of Atlanta (free shipping in most cases) so you can have them in a couple of days. I have 2 sets left and can order more production if there is any interest!

Lastly, here's a quick tip to building a front facing intake for our cars:
-Buy the "turbo inlet pipes" from the X5M (these mount right up to our turbos and have the flange for the PCV/breather and they route the intake towards the front of the car.
- Connect these MAF Pipes I have to the X5M turbo inlet pipes
- Install factory MAF sensor into he pipes
- Use silicone or aluminum intake piping to rout the filters to behind the grills or anywhere you want! DONE!

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      11-17-2020, 11:47 AM   #2
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Not to rain on your parade but I bought this same set off eBay for like $70 and they worked okay. I didn't like that there was no seal from the MAF sensor to the pipe/housing so I ended up buying another full set from another Manufacturer. Sorry but you should lower your price or include the entire intake setup for $200. I spent about that building my own intake originally and it takes the filters to the inside of the kidney grills like others have done.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/70mm-76mm-M...Cclp%3A2334524
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I did the samething as well, got them from if you can believe Walmart, they sell them for $31 each. https://www.walmart.com/ip/YLSHRF-Ai...ount/821878289

No taking our BMW owners to the cleaners....... This is a real COLD air intake

I have an extra set of MAF sensor holders if anyone wants them $50 for set.
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      12-03-2020, 09:02 PM   #4
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Hey guys, I went through the whole process of making an intake for my 750Li a while back and as everyone knows the biggest hurdle is the MAF sensor housing to allow you to build any style of intake. I was able to tackle that and now have the ability to provide the MAF pipes to anyone who wants to build their own intake!

- Includes PAIR of MAF Pipes
- 3" Aluminum construction
- Direct fit for Stock MAF sensor
- Will fit into stock turbo inlet pipes
- Use silicone piping to make custom intake!

Shipping these out of Atlanta (free shipping in most cases) so you can have them in a couple of days. I have 2 sets left and can order more production if there is any interest!

Lastly, here's a quick tip to building a front facing intake for our cars:
-Buy the "turbo inlet pipes" from the X5M (these mount right up to our turbos and have the flange for the PCV/breather and they route the intake towards the front of the car.
- Connect these MAF Pipes I have to the X5M turbo inlet pipes
- Install factory MAF sensor into he pipes
- Use silicone or aluminum intake piping to rout the filters to behind the grills or anywhere you want! DONE!
Come on, are you buying a $30part and trying to sell it for $200 on ebay and the forums?
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