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  • adam.nonis
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    Originally posted by ahrensNW View Post
    I'm trying to keep this car as light as possible. Right down to the exhaust.

    My whole exhaust (from the trans back, including resonator and muffler) weighs 15 lbs. from the OEM header flanges to the tip its 28.5 lbs. down from 60.5 lbs.

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  • adam.nonis
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    Originally posted by Nader393 View Post
    It's not how much you pay, but how many times you'll pay it.


    Isolate and support and it’ll be fine. I’m only eight months in, but not one single issue.

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  • ahrensNW
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    Originally posted by Nader393 View Post
    It's not how much you pay, but how many times you'll pay it.
    Are you speaking in terms of durability? It makes sense that it'd be a bit more brittle.

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  • Nader393
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    Originally posted by ahrensNW View Post
    ...How much should I expect to pay for an aluminum exhaust post header
    It's not how much you pay, but how many times you'll pay it.

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  • ahrensNW
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    Originally posted by e30austin View Post
    Me
    I talked to toes and he might have one for me, I'll drop you a PM if I need it.

    I've been digging into this 24v swap I have and it's actually not gonna take much to get it running. I only need to source that throttle body and have someone fab up an exhaust.

    Any recommendations? I'm trying to keep this car as light as possible. Right down to the exhaust. How much should I expect to pay for an aluminum exhaust post header

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  • MortyCrock
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    Originally posted by e30austin View Post
    Guess what, Morgie Pie? Nobody asked you.



    KTHXBI


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  • e30austin
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    Originally posted by MortyCrock View Post
    Of course you do...


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Guess what, Morgie Pie? Nobody asked you.

    KTHXBI

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  • MortyCrock
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    Originally posted by e30austin View Post
    Me


    Of course you do...


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  • e30austin
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    Me

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  • ahrensNW
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    Anyone have an m50 throttle body laying around?

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  • kid325e
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    Never heard of J and M. I know C and D has done numerous M20 jobs for us. From mild customer cars to many of the local pro3 guys (us included).

    I can't say enough about them. Happy to hear them coming up here!

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  • ZekeTheSneak
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    Originally posted by kid325e View Post
    I can't say enough good things about C and D machine, as well as Autosport in Ballard. Happy Monday guys!
    So is it j&m or c&d? Lol

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  • Nader393
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    Originally posted by kid325e View Post
    I can't say enough good things about C and D machine, as well as Autosport in Ballard. Happy Monday guys!
    Glad to hear this about C&D. They have my spare block to bore it out for a 2.9. Also having them check all the whirlybits for straightness and balancing. Might just have them assemble the thing while they're at it.

    They seem really familiar with BMW engines, which is reassuring.

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  • kid325e
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    I can't say enough good things about C and D machine, as well as Autosport in Ballard. Happy Monday guys!

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  • ahrensNW
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    Originally posted by Nader393 View Post
    What is wrong with the M3, and why is it so dangerous?
    Outdated seats, an iffy cage, 4 point harnesses, a fg wide body and a turbo m50. It's a blast to drive but theres a lot of overall jankiness. We're trying hard to buckle it down a bit

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