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In lieu of reasonable options, I made my own.

Huge improvement, and minimal investment (less than 15 bucks)

3D printed rear vent, and used 2 types of foam to deaden sound. May even add frogzskin later, although the CVT filter assembly hasn't even gotten wet during a wash with current setup.
 

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So how much difference did it make?
on a scale of 1 to 14 silence units, it is 17

j/k

I haven't measured. It's gone from something I won't drive without ear plugs at 25+mph to something I can skip earplugs with. I'll be doing more testing this weekend, as it will have some road time while traveling between trails.
 

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Do the XMR snorkels quiet down the air intake noise heard from the driver's seat by a significant amount? And if they do, does anyone know roughly how much it would cost to add them to a non-XMR X3?
 

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I finally got around to doing this mod as well. I took a pool noodle, cut and stuffed it in the opening. I then lasered out a and built a vent with frogskin for the backside. The screws I have on there in the picture are just for mock up. they will be replaced with shorter screws. It made a huge difference in the noise.
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Good Day Everyone - just joined - visiting an old post but have a question -
Is it an option rather than cutting a hole in the intake cover - any thoughts as to drilling holes in the cover verses the grille piece filled with holes?? thank you in advance for your replies and input.
 
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