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Default MST? N20 Turbo Inlet for the X1 - 09-17-2021, 02:35 PM

Hey guys, I just wanted to ask if anyone has the N20 turbo inlet from MST installed on their 28i X1? I recently broke mine and im on a time crunch fo get it done by the weekend. Do you guys know if it is compatible or not? I've reached out to MST but no answer and any other company doesnt know if it fits or not, looking at the comparison pics I think it will fit, I literally have the same OEM turbo inlet as the 328 and any other N20 car. So I was wondering if it would fit or not before I buy it.Name: 58A931E9-0443-4E8D-87CA-42CB58C7894E.jpeg
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Size: 22.9 KB I can't upload any of my photos of the inlet, but I have made a post of bimmerpost if you guys wanted to see.https://19216811.cam/ https://1921681001.id/

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jisoo jisoo is offline
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Default 06-16-2022, 05:31 AM

I install my f10 528i. It was very hard to tighten the nut that holds the inlet. When the inlet is installed in the turbo, the stud that needs to tighten the nut is very close to the inlet (the nut cannot be mounted in any way) So I removed the inlet from the turbo and bent the stud slightly. Then, install the inlet and tighten the nut with the thread sealant.
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