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    BMW E36 328i Stainless Headers does any one have them or reccomend them theres a few on the bay. they have a better flow apparently like the shape of the m3 headers.

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    ///E36 328TImanual Quarter mile 14.1secs@99.20mph

    ///E30 325ISE coupe 1990 auto OLD SCHOOL

    ///E30 316i Touring 1994 manual WORK HORSE
     
     

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    mate
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    ///E36 328TImanual Quarter mile 14.1secs@99.20mph

    ///E30 325ISE coupe 1990 auto OLD SCHOOL

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    I have a similar pair on my 325, didnt make loads of difference but it seemed to pull smoother through the rev range.
    Be aware on that ebay link because they will be LHD for an american spec. The rear manifold will foul the steering shaft on a RHD...

    I found this out by trying to fit a set. If you do buy a set be double sure they are for RHD....
     
     

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    where did you get yours from mate also did they look pretty much the same shape as them ones.also what is the best steel fot exhaust system. cheers
    ///E36 328TImanual Quarter mile 14.1secs@99.20mph

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    I got mine from an Ebay shop. The annoying thing is that the ones I got were not as good as the LHD set i got first...
    TBH mine just look like standard 328i headers just in stainless steel. I think they are t304 grade stainless
    Here is a pic..
     
     

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    cheers m8
    ///E36 328TImanual Quarter mile 14.1secs@99.20mph

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve23002 View Post
    I got mine from an Ebay shop. The annoying thing is that the ones I got were not as good as the LHD set i got first...
    TBH mine just look like standard 328i headers just in stainless steel. I think they are t304 grade stainless
    Here is a pic..


    Hi Steve, I have looked at these manifolds before & am quite interested in them. My question is, how easy is it to fit them please & are the rumours of the manifold studs that fit into the engine block coming out true?

    Any help from yourself or other board members on this matter would be very much appreciated & thank you.
     
     

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    Hay mate.

    If it helps, i've just fitted some hottuning ones to my 325. I went to the stealers and picked up a full set of studs and gaskets . Didn't have too much trouble fitting them , but the ends that fit to the middle section weren't threaded so i had to use larger bolts.
    Performance wise it's just felt a little smoother and revved a little bit harder at the top end. I'll post up some dyno figures as soon as i fix my leaking radiator. (replace i mean)

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    Thank you Donutman1, much appreciated & I will have a look at the hottuning ones. By the middle part do you mean where it attaches at the down pipes from the manifold to the cat?
     
     

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