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    Hi, I am going to change the standard inlet manifold system in my 328i E36 to the M50 manifold, once i have changed it, do i need to get it re-mapped?

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    It will run and still perform well, but to get the best out of it you will need it remapped....
     
     

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    if you're going to the effort of fitting the new manifold mate then its well worth getting it mapped and make use of all that extra air
     
     

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    i dont know if it has been covered in another thread but it would be cool to take some photos as you do it and make it a 'how to'. plus maybe a printout after its been mapped!
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    i fitted an m50 manifold on my 523i e39 piper viper filter and removed the cat the i remapped the car i thought it ran better before so i reflashed the ecu with the original file which i saved to my laptop before remapping i think mine is loads better without being remapped see what you think of the car once you have fitted the manifold
     
     

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    take it you're doing the throttle body aswell? its worth getting mapped to make up slight losses in torque lower down and more gains higher up the rev band. you should get about 30bhp in total
     
     

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