Forge air Induction Kit for the BMW Mini Cooper S R55-56-57 N14

Mini Works
£200.00

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This Induction Kit for The BMW Mini Cooper S (R56 models, 2007 on models) replaces the original filter and air box to improve the breathing of your engine. Unlike many aftermarket induction kits, this kit maintains the intake of colder air from the front of the vehicle to ensure that performance gains achieved through using a free flowing filter are not lost by drawing in warmer air from the engine bay.

Users of this kit have reported back on the ease of installation aswell as a sportier sound without being obtrusive.

Please note this only fits the earlier N14 engine (2007-2012) and not the later N18 engine.

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