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  • SkiFree
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    Hi Frank,

    Tried sending some messages, I haven't seen mine yet. How are we looking?

    -Andrew

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  • firemanory
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    I got mine, now need to figure out the downpipes solution. If anyone has come up with anything let me know.

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  • 02tradition
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    Originally posted by BeirBrennerE30 View Post
    Did we ever get confirmation that these are actual stainless? I have some surface rust inside the collector.
    Yes they are stainless, 409. Very low grade and you may see some slight rust but it will never be anything but surface rust. Just free iron on the surface of the metal is all.

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  • e30 brick
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    Haven't recieved mine as well...haven't heard from Farnk as well. I might have to unload mine if anyone is interested...

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  • Delanoso
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    Originally posted by zaq123 View Post
    Agreed, there would be no unicorn headers ever again if not for Frank. Thank you sir. Unfortunately it looks like it didnít go as planned again. 3rd timeís a charm??? Time for GB #3? :)

    Late to the party. I'm building an M20 this fall/winter and I'd be interested if GB3 happened.

    Has anyone gotten these installed yet? Is there any feedback on fitment? From what I've heard, long tube headers seem to be a trick on e30s, specifically if your ride height is lower than stock.

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  • digger
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    get a magnet, 304 is not magnetic until you work harden it so just try magnet on a straight section of the pipe away from bends, swaged areas

    the pics from earlier on look like stainless. you can still get light corrosion with 304

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  • BeirBrennerE30
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    Did we ever get confirmation that these are actual stainless? I have some surface rust inside the collector.

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  • SkiFree
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    Frank, I hope all is well. I have not received my headers yet.

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  • zaq123
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    Anyone heard from Frank if we should expect any partial for the lack of downpipes?


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  • digger
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    Originally posted by uturn View Post
    Years ago, I contacted BTB for headers for my m30 swap because Alpina only had half a set left in stock. This was before Supersprint finally decided to fabricate them. BTB said they would not ship to the states.
    i got mine through Evolve way back. you'd probably need a freight forwarder otherwise. they dont seem to offer them anymore but they'd be too expensive in any case so it be cheaper to get a custom set...

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  • uturn
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    Years ago, I contacted BTB for headers for my m30 swap because Alpina only had half a set left in stock. This was before Supersprint finally decided to fabricate them. BTB said they would not ship to the states.

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  • digger
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    these are 1-5/8" off the head? mine BTB2/3 are like that and needed to get thin walled nuts and screw the nuts on progressively major PITA on the engine....my custom set will be 1-1/2" off the head stepped to 1-5/8" with no bend nearby to make install easier

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  • zaq123
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    Originally posted by uturn View Post
    I haven't received my headers yet but being I missed out on the first GB, I'm thankful for Frank doing this second one, all the while knowing the BS he had to put up with the first time.

    Thank you Frank!:up:


    Agreed, there would be no unicorn headers ever again if not for Frank. Thank you sir. Unfortunately it looks like it didnít go as planned again. 3rd timeís a charm??? Time for GB #3? :)


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  • uturn
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    I haven't received my headers yet but being I missed out on the first GB, I'm thankful for Frank doing this second one, all the while knowing the BS he had to put up with the first time.
    Thank you Frank!:up:

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  • zaq123
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    Originally posted by 02tradition View Post
    Some minor notes on fitment. The front piece went on perfect no issue :) The back piece required a little massaging of the holes. Flange probably warped slightly under heat of welding, anyways no big deal just reamed out the holes ever so slightly. Also that #5 exhaust stud is still a bear. Shouldn't be too big of a deal. I'll probably shorten the stud slightly and possibly grind a little off the weld off. All other clearances from what I can tell are A OK!
    I don't think the problem with the back bank fitment you had is a warping issue. I have the same issue with mine and the flange is perfectly flat. Most like there was an issue with a jig for drilling those holes. 3 cylinder top bold and 6 cylinder bottom bolt were grabbing, some filing took care of the issue. Some flange welds are definitely need some grinding as the nut bottoms out on the weld instead of the flange. Looks like common for these, judging by Frank's picture of from the previous GB (zoom in on copper nuts)


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