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  • nrubenstein
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    Sold

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  • nrubenstein
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    Originally posted by Cha Ching View Post
    You ran this on your own car? Can you comment further on the power gains, or, perhaps, the cons of running this kit?
    it provides a noticeable increase in power, and the throttle is definitely more responsive.

    i've dropped the asking price to $575.

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  • Cha Ching
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    You ran this on your own car? Can you comment further on the power gains, or, perhaps, the cons of running this kit?

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  • nrubenstein
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    Originally posted by singh.amar12 View Post
    What kind of hp gains can you get from a set up like this? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Miller says up to 25hp and up to 25 ft. lbs, however that's not at peak power. The increase in mid-range power is noticeable.

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  • singh.amar12
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    What kind of hp gains can you get from a set up like this? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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  • Miller PSIK Complete Kit w/ WAR Chip, ICV, injectors, DME, etc.

    Decided to go in a different direction - I’m running my 325is pretty much stock in all ways. Even stock springs.

    This kit includes the following:
    Miller PSIK Intake
    173 DME with WAR chip installed
    L shaped ICV (needed for install - most late model cars have T shaped ICVs)
    19lbs. injectors
    Brake cooling duct modified to allow intake tube to clear

    The kit costs $950 delivered to the US, and I’ve added a bunch of extra parts (worth a couple hundred bucks) to make the installation easier. The price is $650 obo. Located in Washington, DC, but can ship.
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