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1998 Bmw 3 Series
Air Filters

1998 Bmw 3 Series Air Filters

Maintaining and improving your engine performance requires 3 components: Spark, fuel and air. The easiest way to get more performance out of your engine is by helping it breathe better with some simple bolt-ons like air filters and exhausts. A clean performance air filter or cold air intake system can improve the responsiveness, fuel efficiency and also peak horsepower and torque of your car or truck. Vehicle air filters come in different configurations and price points - so research and talk with an air filter specialist to find one that suits your needs. Modern truck and car air filters come with dozens of accessories to improve and maintain your air filter - read on below for in-depth review of car and truck air filters. Check out our Air Filter Car Buying Guide.
Not sure which 1998 BMW 3-Series Air Filters are right for you? We have over 14810 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"My recent purchase of a K&N Air Filter is for a new vehicle that I recently purchased. I had had K&N Air Filters in the previous two vehicles that I had owned and I knew from first hand experience that I wanted one in my new SUV too. They are great and do just what they say they do. The one time purchase price more than makes up for the cost of having to replace a "regular" air filter every 5,000 miles. The K&N boots horsepower and increases gas mileage. Which with the price of gas these days, is a very useful thing. I have reccommended K&N Air Filters to my friends and several of them have purchased them for their vehicles and have been very pleased with them also. I highly reccommend them for anyone who wants the "best" for their vehicle!!!!!" —Gary W from Lubbock , TX bought a K&N Air Filters for a 1998 BMW 3-Series.

In addition to BMW 3-Series Air Filters, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Coverking Neosupreme Seat Covers, Husky Liners Cargo Liners, Injen SP Series Cold Air Intake.

1998 Bmw 3 Series Air Filters

Maintaining and improving your engine performance requires 3 components: Spark, fuel and air. The easiest way to get more performance out of your engine is by helping it breathe better with some simple bolt-ons like air filters and exhausts. A clean performance air filter or cold air intake system can improve the responsiveness, fuel efficiency and also peak horsepower and torque of your car or truck. Vehicle air filters come in different configurations and price points - so research and talk with an air filter specialist to find one that suits your needs. Modern truck and car air filters come with dozens of accessories to improve and maintain your air filter - read on below for in-depth review of car and truck air filters. Check out our Air Filter Car Buying Guide.
Not sure which 1998 BMW 3-Series Air Filters are right for you? We have over 14810 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"My recent purchase of a K&N Air Filter is for a new vehicle that I recently purchased. I had had K&N Air Filters in the previous two vehicles that I had owned and I knew from first hand experience that I wanted one in my new SUV too. They are great and do just what they say they do. The one time purchase price more than makes up for the cost of having to replace a "regular" air filter every 5,000 miles. The K&N boots horsepower and increases gas mileage. Which with the price of gas these days, is a very useful thing. I have reccommended K&N Air Filters to my friends and several of them have purchased them for their vehicles and have been very pleased with them also. I highly reccommend them for anyone who wants the "best" for their vehicle!!!!!" —Gary W from Lubbock , TX bought a K&N Air Filters for a 1998 BMW 3-Series.

In addition to BMW 3-Series Air Filters, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Coverking Neosupreme Seat Covers, Husky Liners Cargo Liners, Injen SP Series Cold Air Intake.
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aFe MagnumFLOW IAF PRO DRY S Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters

Filter review

I like this filter. It looks good, and I wanted it because it does not require oiling like many cone filters do. View more reviews...
Posted By William D (VENTURA, CA) / January 19, 2015
1998 BMW 3-Series
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aFe MagnumFLOW IAF PRO 5R Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters

Exact match and plenty of life outta these filters

I received my replacement filters. They were already oiled and ready to install. Very happy with the ease of install and quality. View more reviews...
Posted By Paul P (Collingswood, NJ) / February 18, 2018
2007 BMW 3-Series
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K&N Cold Air Intake Replacement Filters

K&N for 2010 Camaro

This replaced very old filter on recent car purchase. Did not come with chrome cover. Works well View more reviews...
Posted By Karin G (Spring hill, FL) / January 20, 2021
2015 Ford Explorer
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