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    can anyone tell me some were i can get sum headers for my 330ci as nowhere makes them for right hand drive yet!! obviously amgoing to have to go for a custom job, anyone no of a place that will do this and wether it can be done, rang c.a. automotive and they said hayes and scott???? tried them on the net but cant find it, can some one point me in the right direction, and please dont say powerflow!!! thanks!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vegas1 View Post
    can anyone tell me some were i can get sum headers for my 330ci as nowhere makes them for right hand drive yet!! obviously amgoing to have to go for a custom job, anyone no of a place that will do this and wether it can be done, rang c.a. automotive and they said hayes and scott???? tried them on the net but cant find it, can some one point me in the right direction, and please dont say powerflow!!! thanks!!
    HI mate,

    Can I just ask....why????
    You almost might as well go turbo for the amount of hassle involved in custom headers for a stock NA engine (naturally aspirated)

    These guys will do it for you though if you really want it

    http://www.tubetorque.co.uk/
     
     

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    thats the plan to get it either turboed or superchargered, looking at the ess twin screw charger but i can only go to a maximum 480 bhp or some where along the lines but thats with cams, and full low compression rebuild were as if i go for the turbo i can get more than 480 with the rebuild because the biggest ess charger is stage 3 at 480 and thats as high as it goes. thanks for the info by the way!!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegas1 View Post
    thats the plan to get it either turboed or superchargered, looking at the ess twin screw charger but i can only go to a maximum 480 bhp or some where along the lines but thats with cams, and full low compression rebuild were as if i go for the turbo i can get more than 480 with the rebuild because the biggest ess charger is stage 3 at 480 and thats as high as it goes. thanks for the info by the way!!!
    Well dont bother buying them if your getting it turbocharged....

    Please also fill out your car details as requested by clicking this link

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...e.php?do=extra

    If you want to go turbo (or SC) then I am a bottomless (almost) pit of information about BMWs and forced induction

    I would say buy the Technique Tuning turbo kit for the 330...
    and then get the IC pipework and exhaust manifold modified for the pesky RHD steering rack (only it needs to be changed)

    If the ESS kit is a bolt on then that is one strong factor in its favour...though I amn a turbo guy through and through
     
     

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    what about the hpf turbo kits from horse power freaks, i def wud prefer the turbo, i want serios bhp on this car, talking 600-700 bhp? any suggestions on that???
     
     

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    oh and by the way what induction kit do recomend for my car, it has a simota carbon ram intake but its no good unless i take the light out???
     
     

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    its haywood and scott and they are the bollox, used to have one of there exhausts and it was awesome.
     
     

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    A lot of the ebay places will say that they fit a RHD car but most wont, its then hard shifting them on once you have found out they dont fit. Your better off spending the money for some that deffinately fit. You wiill be really pissed off when you have stripped the old ones off and have to put them back on!
     
     

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    i know i shouldnt be putting this here but i havnt put enough threads on yet to put this in the for sale section, i am selling some rhd ruff products manifolds for 330ci, just bought them for £660 from C.A automotive and they have just been released for this car, still in the box aswell, reason for selling them is i have traded the 330 for an e46 m3?????????????????????
     
     

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