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    M5 S38 Headers

    Planned to use this for a M30 Build These are a genuine set of S38 M5 Headers. Pickup Pukekohe $950
  2. This is a SuperSprint Race Exhaust for an E36 model BMW M3. May fit other E36 models as well. Attaches from the headers back, including X pipe and racing muffler.This is the "racers pack" on the SuperSprint website https://www.supersprint.com/ww-en/bmw-e36-m3/supersprint-performance-sport-exhaust-bmw-e36-m3/043620-race-pack.aspx#!/I bought it new from SuperSprint less than a year ago, it was imported by www.nzperformancetuning.co.nz for me. Put it on my 1994 BMW M3 convertible. Sounds absolutely epic, especially at higher revs, but is a bit too loud for me (I'm old!). Added two resonators (black in pics), which helped, but decided I'm too old for a sports exhaust on my car!So my impulsive exhaust buying escapades is your opportunity! I am offering it for HALF what I paid. No offers, as this is an amazing price. If you're looking for a sports exhaust for your E36 M3, this would be ideal, and you will not be able to get anything anywhere near this price.Pick up in Meadowbank, Auckland. $1,200. Also listed on TradeMe: https://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=2515669399&ed=true
  3. I am currently in the process of swapping my m43 to an m50b25. I removed the exhaust from a parts car (1997 328i) and wondering if it is suitable to bolt onto the m50. From what i have gathered, the 2x O2 sensors in the m52 manifold wont work with the m50 (please correct me if im wrong). Will it just be easier to buy an entire m50 exhaust system? Or how do i get around using this exhaust. Cheers
  4. I drive a e46 330i. The car is great but I wanted it to sound a bit louder. I decided to purchase a smaller / straight through muffler and had it welded on. It sounds great on the outside and would often pop and crackle when slowing down however it is literally impossible to daily drive as between 2k to 2.8k rpm it drones really badly inside the car and I can barely hear myself. Is there any suggestions of what I should do to to make my car sound similar / louder than stock but heavily cut down on the drone? I went to the muffler shop and they said there was not much room to put on another resonator or muffler. They suggested to my to put the OEM muffler back on and replace the cats with either a straight through pipe or resonator (probably should take out the cats since i've got 230k kms) Note: I'm not really a big fan of the "raspy" sound, wanting more of a deeper sound. Also - not wanting to break the bank with a full exhaust system.
  5. So i want to straight pipe my 1998 e36 just wondering if there is any tips or tricks on how to do it?, never done before.
  6. Hi guys, First post here. I've tried doing a search of the forums but I can't find a whole lot for this question. Where would be the best place to buy performance parts, i.e. 130i Performance exhaust? I've gotten quotes from some dealerships, but I was wondering if some of you buy from overseas or something... Thanks for the help guys!
  7. Hi all! I have a '84 320i that I am in the process of bringing back from the dead. On my list of to-do items is to swap out the slightly mangled existing setup for something that saves a bit of weight and gives a nice sound. The current setup I have is a slightly hacked up factory exhaust that has been changed to a single pipe halfway through. I would like to convert the car back to dual pipes all the way, but the e30 factory setup is a bit heavy and too tame in terms of volume for me. I have done a bit of research and found that while an Eisenmann sounds glorious (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wATJXGhi-70) it is also the most expensive by far. Like $1100 NZD + shipping kind of expensive. Which sucks because it is my favorite. Stromung makes a catback setup for the e30 that I like a lot (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOQDkPOFLZA) and is a lot cheaper than the Eisenmann at $610 USD (currently that is $930 NZD because of the crazy exchange rate, so it should get cheaper again). Still a lot coin though. SO My bottom line is I paid $850 for my whole car and I'm not in a place where I can just drop 1-2K on a perfect exhaust setup. I want duals and a louder but nice tone. If that could happen for $600 or less all up I would be stoked. What would you reccomend as a nice sounding rear muffler that is affordable here in NZ? Also use a factory center section or use something else? Thanks guys!
  8. Hi everyone, I'm after a straight pipe for my e36 323i. Has any one got one they don't want? Or able to make one? I'm just after a fitment that attaches to the standard mid pipe and that deletes the muffler. I also have a Remus exhaust i'd be willing to sell if I did happen to get straight pipes
  9. Hey team, I've had my M3 about a month, and the plan is to gradually restore it to factory spec and condition (yeah, I know I know... ). The only obvious aftermarket parts are the exhaust and the suspension, and I'm looking to swap out the exhaust for an OEM one. I don't really know anything about it, but it's louder than standard and I'm not a fan. I understand the M3 exhaust system essentially has two sections (headers to cat, and cat to tip), and I'm not sure if my car has upgraded both or not. I'd be happy to provide details of the system I've got but am not too sure what to look for. Where do I look for stamps/indications of brand/part no. etc? Is it just the bore diameter that matters? Basically I'm looking for a direct swap with another E36 M3 owner who wants something louder with a bit more flow (potentially?). If anyone's interested, I'd be keen to park up side by side somewhere over the summer and do a transplant. James
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