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  1. tonydinh3
    10-08-2010 05:02 PM
    tonydinh3
    yo yo im planning to sell my headers and shark i dont really want to go through with it. i was about to install my self but im just lazy. if no one buys it tho im going to install by my self. but my headers have been heat cycled so they should fit perfectly fine idk about yours tho since you are buying ebay brand new headers so they might not fit as well u might need to heat and bend a few parts. as for the water pump and engine cover i do not know i own a E46 M3. just remove head shield bolts take out headers put in new headers. lmao seems pretty simple just alot of cramped spots. going to need alot of extensions and swivvels. looks easy but tedeous work. jsut follow the DIY i have no experience with cars when i first started to mod my car. you try and learn. i installed coils my self, angel eyes my self, replaced fan clutch and drive belts and ac belt, oil change, exhaust, roof vinyl, Double din, and mayb few othere stuff here and there its all about giving it a effort any one can do it.
  2. Steven747
    10-07-2010 02:30 PM
    Steven747
    hey man whats goin onn... hope its cllearr enough by you for that header install... umm i just reread your post and it said you didnt have alot of under hood experience but you are doing it yourself... im kinda in the same boat... i guess its probobly extremely stupid to ask if i could pay you like a 100 buks or maybe more to install mine if theres any way :D .... im not streesin at all if you cant just a few questiones.. what does the waterpump and the engine cover have to do with headers install??
  3. sillieidiot
    12-16-2009 03:15 PM
    sillieidiot
    yea that looks right, especially if you got it from that DIY.

    hmm about the install, it might not be for awhile. since i've been busy with school and everything, i pushed everything back. so when finals are over this week, i have to play catchup. i think i might be busy for awhile plus it's my only source of income right now lol.

    as for the autoleveling, you can do that at a later time. but honestly, you don't need it man. it's a waste of money. you're not going to see it working really, it'll somewhat help other driver's but cost vs. benefit, just isn't all that worth it.
  4. sillieidiot
    12-16-2009 02:48 PM
    sillieidiot
    yo, yea i've done it before. it's pretty easy. you'll need some parts from the dealer like the plug to go into everything though.

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