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Old 01-29-2007, 01:04 PM   #1
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well here it is... an (finally) installed DASC!
I understand it has a certain 'grassroots' aspect to it, I as I did not get a chance to 'tidy & clean' it up as I would have liked to (+ improvization in terms of certain hose type & placement) , but since it took so long to finally complete it, all I wanted to do is to get it on the road.
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dont know about anyone else, but for us, this seemed the only semi comfortable position for most of the work that had to be done.. LOL
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dont know about anyone else, but for us, this seemed the only semi comfortable position for most of the work that had to be done.. LOL
Ha, i used the same position when i did my engine swap and was too lazy to stand up to connect everything.
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well here it is... an (finally) installed DASC!
I understand it has a certain 'grassroots' aspect, I as I did not get a chance to 'tidy & clean' (+ improvization in terms of certain hose type & placement) it up as I would have liked to, but since it took so long to finally complete it, all I wanted to do is to get it on the road.
how much did it cost u ?
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3K for the blower (X-mass gift from my fiance) + 1 mechanically inclined buddy + 15 bucks for a plastic coolant pipe I accidentally broke of + 15 bucks for some incidental hoses, clamps & zip ties + 19 bucks for a bottle of BMW coolant (which in my opinion is absurd) + 3 weekends of 'take my time' (slow pace) labor + about a case of Bud + 2.5 bottles of Jameson + one hole (punched) in the garage wall...

going from 70 to 90 mph in about a second, this morning, on the way to work - PRICELESS! LOL

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nice paint job dude... how much did THAT cost??

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marko any chance of a picture from the front so i can see the proportion of the K&N cone ? ? ?
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sure, I'll snap another tonight & I'll post it tomorow...

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Sweet, and you have an awesome fiance.
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nice paint job dude... how much did THAT cost??
thanx ,the cost was 4k for the paint job.
Did u upgrade anything else in the car when u installed the supercharger.Does really need any upgrade?
i heard some guys talking about replacing the tranny.
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wow i taught the cone would have been bigger.....


anyway i see you removed the bottom part of the air box... why ?

the bottom has a direct feed from the grilles to get in air....

did you make something different to get air to the filter ?



thanks for the pic
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check this out dude... in my humble opinion, a perfect example of what a 318ti should have done to it. I will, at my own financial pace, off course, try and do most of what she has done.

http://www.understeer.com/318ti.shtml

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Did u upgrade anything else in the car when u installed the supercharger.Does really need any upgrade?
i heard some guys talking about replacing the tranny.
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well, first of, the DASC install instructions did not say to keep any of the box (I also took the snorkel off - note the path of the newly supplied fat coolant hose - had to even cut off a corner piece of the fan shrowd), but mostly its because the bottom of the box will not fit any more (I think, though I must admit I did not even think of splitting it & keeping the bottom half) as the secondary air pump sits now (mounted on a newly supplied bracket) where the bottom half of the box was.

don't get me wrong though, I HATE THE K&N FILTER!! It looks so tacky! would have preffered to keep the box...

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wow i taught the cone would have been bigger.....


anyway i see you removed the bottom part of the air box... why ?

the bottom has a direct feed from the grilles to get in air....

did you make something different to get air to the filter ?



thanks for the pic
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