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Part No: G2NME4517
This High Quality re-usable Performance Filter is a direct replacement for your JCW Cold Air Intake kit.
2007-2010 R56 MINI Cooper S Hatchback
This re-usable Performance Cotton Filter has a much larger 'Effective Surface Area' which result in lower face velocities, increased efficiency, and provides greater airflow. This filter offers 15% less restriction when compared to the stock paper element filter.
Comes complete with a stainless steel bracket to securely mount the filter, using factory mounting locations.
For the 2002-2006 Cooper S Hatchback and 2005-2008 R52 Cooper S Convertibles with JCW Intake, see NME4517.
See Filter Maintenance Kit to care for this filter.
Air Intake for MINI Cooper
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What’s the big deal about a ‘cold air intake system’ for the MINI Cooper S? Most MINI Cooper S owners are interested in further improving performance on this already sporty high performance car. A properly designed cold air intake system is a great start at doing just that. So why ‘cold air’? Internal combustion engines require air and fuel to burn. The more efficient this process is, the more horsepower can be developed. An average engine can use more than 15,000 gallons of air for every gallon of fuel. The supercharged MINI Cooper S will typically need 20% more air than a normally aspirated engine! Cold air is much denser then warm air. Cooler, or cold air holds more oxygen per cubic foot. More oxygen in the intake “charge” yields more power developed in each combustion cycle. Thus, you’re getting more horsepower with the same or better fuel economy. The MINI Cooper S gets its intake air through two paths. A duct from the grille area provides direct airflow to the lower portion of the stock air box. In addition, air flows into the rear of the air box from air flow through the drivers side (left side) cowl vent. Common practice is to enlarge this inlet area to allow more pressurized air flow to the filter enclosure. This only solves part of the restriction problem however.