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    I got to sets of M3 non evo manifolds, not that hard to get hold of, but hard to get at a sensible price though, some idiots on ebay want £350 for the manifolds, idiots can't sell them and they are on there forever.
     
     

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    Im not sure the 3 litre manifolds fit. I know that the 3.2 ones do. Iv seen 1 set of evo manifolds for £250
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daler69 View Post
    Im not sure the 3 litre manifolds fit. I know that the 3.2 ones do. Iv seen 1 set of evo manifolds for £250
    Both manifolds are the same apart from the evo manifold has the lamba probes in them whilst the non evo has the lamba probes infront of the cats.
     
     

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    I would be interested in the non evo M3 exhaust then by the looks of that link ^ How much of a pain in the arse is it going to be to relocate the lambas?

    Will an Evo full exhaust bolt up to a non evo manifold?

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    Dale you will need to get the holes welded into the 3.0M3 manifolds for the lambda sensors. It may end up costing a welder to drill them and weld the thread in....
    An evo system will bolt up to the non evo manifolds, but get a quote for welding the lambda sensor threads in first...
     
     

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    Do you know or could you find the thread size and pitch of the lambda sensors? I can weld them myself but id rather buy a new stainless nut of the right size to weld on (That way i can do the exhaust in the workshop at work whilst the car is still in one piece and i wont have to chop my old manifold around then).
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daler69 View Post
    Do you know or could you find the thread size and pitch of the lambda sensors? I can weld them myself but id rather buy a new stainless nut of the right size to weld on (That way i can do the exhaust in the workshop at work whilst the car is still in one piece and i wont have to chop my old manifold around then).
    Here you go....
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Exhaust-Lambda...94e164ff5ef58e
     
     

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    Ignore above thread. They are either M12 x 1.5 or M18 x 1.5. Both i can get hold of at work
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumb View Post
    I got to sets of M3 non evo manifolds, not that hard to get hold of, but hard to get at a sensible price though, some idiots on ebay want £350 for the manifolds, idiots can't sell them and they are on there forever.
    Can you PM a price and how long you are willing to hold them? My car is in the body shop at the min so its guna be a while for my pocket to recover.

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