Unique One-Piece Dual Housings:
The smooth one-piece high quality sealed dual housings with auxiliary air scoop is used to eliminate the use of multiple-piece housings and ensure the coolest air intake charge available. A large, clear sight window is used for a hassle-free filter inspection and an aggressive style.
High Quality Tubes:
This system uses a high quality plastic CAD designed, dyno-tuned, roto-mold intake tubes to achieve maximum power gains while maintaining a perfect fit.
Large 5-Layer Performance Air Filter:
The Momentum intake is designed around a pre-oiled, large 6-1/2" Tall round inverted top 360 degree radial flow performance air filter with 5-layers of progressive finer mesh cotton media providing maximum airflow and performance. The unique air filter-to-housing interface (patent pending) allows for maximum filter size which increases the available air volume while simplifying the installation process.
Premium clamps and reinforced silicone couplings are used for strength and durability while also providing the most secure installation available. Momentum intakes are designed with fewer parts for a quick and simple installation.
Note: This intake system is not CARB exempt at this time and is not legal for sale in California or use on vehicles registered with the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
Year Make Model SubModel Engine Fuel 2012-2016 BMW M5 F10, S63 Engine V8 4.4L (tt) Gas 2012-2018 BMW M6 F12, S63 Engine V8 4.4L (tt) Gas 2013-2017 BMW M6 F13, S63 Engine V8 4.4L (tt) Gas 2014-2019 BMW M6 Gran Coupe F06, S63 Engine V8 4.4L (tt) Gas
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- Pops out of Housing!
- The filter alone is great, but...the housings and tubes are so so with fit up and holding in place. The Airflow sensor holes don't sit flat, uneven, but the O ring seals inside the tube, so hopefully it won't let air in downstream of sensor. Major struggles with the air filter staying in place in the filter housing during installation. And the filter kept/keeps working it's way out of the housing later, even with the clamp tight. Even after the complete install the Filter still tries to pop out of the housing. I check the housing every 2 days of driving and it usually it is cocked, still tries to work it's way out!!! Really bugs! Very frustrating! Also be very careful with the 2 stainless steel screws that hold the Airflow sensor in, very easy to drop and is non magnetic. I am not happy with having to keep checking the system after 2 days of driving. There has to be a better way to engineer the housing to the filter so the filter stays put.
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