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    Quote Originally Posted by steve23002 View Post
    From what I remember you need the collector box, something to do with air turbulance into the bodies and keeping the MAF sensor. Open throttle bodies are fine for the track where the car is constantly running at high speed with high air flow, but on the road they would bog down like fook.
    yeah that's the prob. the MAF and air turbulence. but he has long runners which help that I think. I've got a long intake before the MAF and no filter which feels very good
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momanatorz View Post
    yeah that's the prob. the MAF and air turbulence. but he has long runners which help that I think. I've got a long intake before the MAF and no filter which feels very good
    They do sound nice with no collector box. My father in law used to race an E9 Csl Batmobile. That has Alpina throttle bodies on long tubes, fookin thing used to throw flames out of the tubes when it started on choke...
    Sounded fookin awsome.....
     
     

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    i would do my own manifold but i dont have a tig welder :( i was thinking the S50 as it would give more air flow over a M50 plus it looks nicer than a all plastic manifold.

    the ones from RS looks nice


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    Quote Originally Posted by swaynie View Post

    the ones from RS looks nice

    They are pure engine bay porn....


    Just found this while I was browsing....
    http://www.pistonheads.co.uk/sales/2775636.htm
     
     

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    seems cheap for what it is could take all the parts off i think you should buy it steve and give me the inlet


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    very nice but only 256bhp ? hmm...
     
     

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    only 256... I guess you can't please everyone
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momanatorz View Post
    very nice but only 256bhp ? hmm...
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    only 256... I guess you can't please everyone
    Thats more than an American M3 produces-the guy must have spent a small fortune on that car
     
     

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    Im sure TheEnd could get more power outa the motor still a very very nice 328i


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    Quote Originally Posted by swaynie View Post
    Im sure TheEnd could get more power outa the motor still a very very nice 328i
    word. much more can be gained
     
     

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