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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-16-2012, 01:04 AM Thread Starter
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M109 Cone Air Filter

Seen a thread before that this would work so I took the plunge and bought the kit. It does take some modding but it works and looks good. This is on my 2007 M50.


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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-17-2012, 08:56 PM
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Love it!

Need more pics of the whole finished product!

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Nice! Can you tell us what modding you did to make it fit?
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Here's mine. Used a Thunder intake kit and a spike filter for a Yamaha that I found on Ebay for 70 bucks. Though I was going to have to modify it but it bolted directly to the thunder adapter.
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I still have some minor finishing to do with the cone before ill post my how to.
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Here's how I did it: Custom intake and filter
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Cueball was my inspiration for this mod. I do have a welder at my disposole though so I remade the support bars. They are 1 1/2" bar in between the spacers with a little twist at the end with the pliers. I also welded nuts to the ends of the spacers to give the bolts that extra hold.
I took some further advise from this post

Forcewinder and Spike styled intake on the cheap
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Can I ask what you did with the sensor plug and small tubeing that went to the stock fat box. The reason I ask is because I have a KN Filter (Cone) I'm installing. Its 54mm and the intake tube is oval (rubber) no issue there. But what do I do with the cord that attaches and small tube that went to the back of my stock box?

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The M109 intake has a spot for the breather hose to hook back on, which made that part easy. As for the air intake temp sensor, I drilled a hole and mounted the temp sensor into the M109 intake (check out the pictures from my install).
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