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BMC- CDA Filter on M2 1.6l / 2.0l

Postby xirc0m » Thu Jun 02, 2005 3:01 pm

Has anyone here installed their M2 1.6l Engine with the BMC- CDA filter?
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Re: BMC- CDA Filter on M2 1.6l

Postby xirc0m » Fri Jun 10, 2005 8:21 am

xirc0m wrote:Has anyone here installed their M2 1.6l Engine with the BMC- CDA filter?


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Postby Le Grand Crapaud » Fri Jun 10, 2005 10:26 am

My experience in this area is limited but I would not install one considering its location in the engine compartment. Well located for noise inside the cabin which is what it's all about though!
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Postby xirc0m » Tue Jun 28, 2005 11:46 am

So far a friend of mine had installed BMC - CDA on his 2.0l M2... Very responsive... and not loss on the low end...

Mine yet to install... will keep you people updated...
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Postby soterman » Tue Jun 28, 2005 9:32 pm

What about the noise withing the cabin? Did it increase?
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Postby xirc0m » Wed Jun 29, 2005 5:12 pm

1st day Run...

- 1 Hr Job with 2 manpower... :wink:

- No loss on low end

- Well Spread in Power & Torque

- Lots of Rev to Pull at 2nd gear onwards...

- And yet more to explore... :shock: :shock: :shock:

- Va Va Vrooom....!!!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: (Cabin could hear ....but not extremely loud, only when u rev... idle or crusing...no obvious noise...)

- NEXT Project? Exhaust & Extractor?

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Postby Covkid » Thu Jun 30, 2005 7:14 pm

xirc0m wrote:So far a friend of mine had installed BMC - CDA on his 2.0l M2... Very responsive... and not loss on the low end...

Mine yet to install... will keep you people updated...


did he install the 1.6 BMC then?? Because i cant find one listed for the 2.0l :(

BUT.....

As luck would have it... I actually live 300 yards from ITG's factory and ive approached them about using my car as a donor car for their Maxogen Induction Kit.. as they dont do one yet for the 2.0l. They are getting back to me sometime next week :)
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Postby xirc0m » Sat Jul 02, 2005 6:00 pm

Covkid wrote:
xirc0m wrote:So far a friend of mine had installed BMC - CDA on his 2.0l M2... Very responsive... and not loss on the low end...

Mine yet to install... will keep you people updated...


did he install the 1.6 BMC then?? Because i cant find one listed for the 2.0l :(

BUT.....

As luck would have it... I actually live 300 yards from ITG's factory and ive approached them about using my car as a donor car for their Maxogen Induction Kit.. as they dont do one yet for the 2.0l. They are getting back to me sometime next week :)


Sad to say M2's Current Space not able to fit the 2l version of BMC-CDA...only used and tested on 1.6l version BMC-CDA on the M2 2.0l engine...

So far I know someone had ITG been tested...no close to BMC-CDA...

Keep us inform if the Maxogen Induction Kit works on the 2.0l engine...

So far I am no fan using Foam Filter.... :wink:
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Postby xirc0m » Tue Jul 05, 2005 5:47 pm

**LATEST UPDATE**


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Megane II ( 2.0 l engine) with installed the BMC-CDA Filter (2.0l BMC-CDA filer version)...... note the battery has been removed....and placed on the rear boot....

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Postby ktlk » Mon Aug 01, 2005 10:39 pm

I've got the bmc cda on my 1,4 and its the best...
I used the induction kit by simota and it's look perfect
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Postby abemax » Wed Aug 03, 2005 6:41 pm

hi everybody
i've noticed that someone installed the BMC-cda model for 1,6 l on Megane II 2,0 l
I would install it on mine 2,0 l because I do not want to remove the battery.
Could anyone explain the benefit of this filter ?
Do you suggest me to try it ?

At the time being I have K&N in the original air-box but I read worst impression of that !!

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Postby ado » Mon Sep 19, 2005 6:18 pm

I want to fit an induction kit to my Megane but there isn't one for the 1.5dci. I have been told that the BMC CDA for the 1.6 should fit, is this correct? I would like to find out before I go for it.
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Postby ktlk » Tue Sep 20, 2005 12:02 am

The bmc that I use is from type-R;;;Is 150/70 instead 130/70 that bmv suggest for 1.6...For 1,4 that I Have bmc suggest only one free filter inside the original airbox
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Postby ado » Wed Sep 21, 2005 4:09 pm

Sorry for asking this but I was wondering how do I get the original airbox out? I think it is the same as the 1.6. Do I have to take out the battery?
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Postby hannson » Sun Sep 25, 2005 9:38 am

ktlk wrote:I've got the bmc cda on my 1,4 and its the best...
I used the induction kit by simota and it's look perfect
u mean u u're using the CDA in combination with the Simota Induction kit?

do you have the photo of your Simota induction kit?
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