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BimmerBrakes 06-26-2010 12:55 AM

BimmerBrakes | 325i/330i and M3 SuperSprint Replica Performance Header
 
BimmerBrakes | 325i/330i and M3 Stainless Steel or Ceramic Coated Performance Headers



Product Description:
  • 100% Fitment and Post/Pre-02 Sensor Fitment
  • Stainless steel construction for durability, will not rust!
  • CAD-rendered, CNC Machined Flanges with High-Quality TIG and MIG Welded for strength, durability, and show quality appearance
  • Bolt-on installation for the stock headers
  • Mandrel bent tubing with free-flowing design allows for power gains throughout the power band! Your car will feel like a whole new BEAST!
  • Allows exhaust gases to exit with less restriction and allows your car to breath easier in the top end!
  • 4 - O2 bungs welded on for O2 sensors. Some O2 sensors may require extension to fit properly.
  • Slightly improves fuel economy.
  • Enhances exhaust tone with a deeper and throatier rumble.
  • Designed for aftermarket catalytic converters.

Ceramic Coating From SPcoating.com



Ceramic Coating Colors:
  • (Upper Left) Ceramic-Metallic
  • (Upper Right) Titanium
  • (Center) Black
  • (Lower Left) Tungsten-Bronze

Features:
Ceramic Coatings are utilized for their remarkable high-temperature stability, excellent corrosion protection, unique thermal-barrier properties, and easy to care for cosmetic appeal. These performance characteristics make ceramic coatings particularly well suited for use on exhaust components, but the durability and attractive appearance of these coatings make them a popular finish choice for all metal parts and components.

O2 Simulator



Manufactured by: BimmerBrakes
  • O2 simulator for vehicles with two after catalytic converter sensors.
  • Fully assembled and tested simulator.
  • Microcontroller based for reliability and accuracy.
  • Reverse voltage and short circuit protection.
  • Specifically designed printed circuit board.
  • Completely sealed waterproof package.
  • NOT for primary o2 sensor.
  • WILL NOT WORK on AUDI,VolksWagen,Porsche
  • Off-Road USE ONLY!
  • o2 Sim Install Instruction

GROUP BUY DETAILS:
We will require a minimum of 10 people for this Group buy to happen. Once the 10 orders are filled, we'll get the Headers shipped to Coater and send them out individually to each person. Shipping is included to the 48 States. Please add your name to the list and include your Username, car details, and etc as shown in the example. Any questions or concerns please email or pm.

GROUP BUY OFFER:
1) O2 Simulator - $40 + Shipping
2) Stainless Steel Non-M Version - $210 Shipped
3) Stainless Steel M3 Version - $270 Shipped
4) Ceramic Coated Non-M Version - $320 Shipped
5) Ceramic Coated M3 Version - $380 Shipped


GROUP BUY LIST:
0. Anthony@BimmerBrakes, 2005 330i Sedan, (Any Available Color) Ceramic Coated Headers
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Anthony@BimmerBrakes

PS: If we get more then 10. I will give further discount :excited:

mvrk10256 06-26-2010 01:07 AM

wow. you literally had to post this 2 weeks to late for headers. and 2 days too late for sims? i hate you.

phamine 07-05-2010 04:50 PM

In for 100% fitment headers

330i
Non-M, non coated
O2 sims

Is one or two o2 sims needed to prevent check engine light and passing emissions?

2000_328CI 07-05-2010 04:56 PM

Wow, I really want these... :drool:

falcon1209 07-05-2010 05:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anthony@BimmerBrakes (Post 11923694)
Shipping is included to the 48 States.

Is this just for the locals of the SW region, or can I jump in on this?

Fabrication of the headers is done by whom?

Where have you been all my life?

BimmerBrakes 07-05-2010 05:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phamine (Post 11958358)
In for 100% fitment headers

330i
Non-M, non coated
O2 sims

Is one or two o2 sims needed to prevent check engine light and passing emissions?

You would only need 1 o2 sim per car. This will clear the CEL. You will not pass a sniffer emission test unless you have cats.

Quote:

Originally Posted by falcon1209 (Post 11958430)
Is this just for the locals of the SW region, or can I jump in on this?

Fabrication of the headers is done by whom?

Where have you been all my life?

Anyone can jump on this :) Headers is coming from a reputable supplier. These are better then the eBay Headers with o2 fitment issues.

I have been here the whole time :)

Anthony@BimmerBrakes

phamine 07-05-2010 06:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anthony@BimmerBrakes (Post 11958534)
You would only need 1 o2 sim per car. This will clear the CEL. You will not pass a sniffer emission test unless you have cats.

No sniffer test in NY. However, Will the O2 Sim bring up any incomplete codes on an ODB2 reader?

Let's get this GB moving, I needed perfect fitting headers yesterday. :thumbsup:

BimmerBrakes 07-05-2010 06:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by phamine (Post 11958582)
No sniffer test in NY. However, Will the O2 Sim bring up any incomplete codes on an ODB2 reader?

Let's get this GB moving, I needed perfect fitting headers yesterday. :thumbsup:

No in-active codes will show. Will work perfectly normal as before :)

Anthony@BimmerBrakes

mvrk10256 07-05-2010 06:55 PM

with the sim the code will show that the catalyst is "ACTIVE" so it will pass the test.

falcon1209 07-05-2010 11:05 PM

0. Anthony@BimmerBrakes, 2005 330i Sedan, (Any Available Color) Ceramic Coated Headers
1. falcon1209, 2000 328ci, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers (Not a typo)
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phamine 07-06-2010 06:37 AM

0. Anthony@BimmerBrakes, 2005 330i Sedan, (Any Available Color) Ceramic Coated Headers
1. falcon1209, 2000 328ci, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers (Not a typo)
3. Phamine, 2001 330i, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
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Chris-alfonso 07-06-2010 03:40 PM

0. Anthony@BimmerBrakes, 2005 330i Sedan, (Any Available Color) Ceramic Coated Headers
1. falcon1209, 2000 328ci, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers (Not a typo)
3. Phamine, 2001 330i, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
4.Chris-Alfonso 2003 330i, Undecided if SS or Ceramic 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
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BimmerBrakes 07-06-2010 08:08 PM

Updated :) Let's get this on a roll!
Quote:

0. Anthony@BimmerBrakes, 2005 330i Sedan, (Any Available Color) Ceramic Coated Headers
1. falcon1209, 2000 328ci, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers (Not a typo)
2. Phamine, 2001 330i, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
3.Chris-Alfonso 2003 330i, Undecided if SS or Ceramic 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
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aggieE46 07-06-2010 08:44 PM

Good luck, Anthony!

E46330iguy 07-07-2010 08:55 PM

0. Anthony@BimmerBrakes, 2005 330i Sedan, (Any Available Color) Ceramic Coated Headers
1. falcon1209, 2000 328ci, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers (Not a typo)
2. Phamine, 2001 330i, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
3.Chris-Alfonso 2003 330i, Undecided if SS or Ceramic 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
4.E46330i guy 2001 330i Stainless steel ( not sure if i need an O2 sim Some one please PM me )
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E46330iguy 07-07-2010 10:33 PM

Where do the O2 sims go?

BimmerBrakes 07-07-2010 11:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by E46330iguy (Post 11967316)
Where do the O2 sims go?

The 02 sims splice into the O2 Sensor Harness.

-Anthony@BimmerBrakes

falcon1209 07-07-2010 11:45 PM

0. Anthony@BimmerBrakes, 2005 330i Sedan, (Any Available Color) Ceramic Coated Headers
1. falcon1209, 2000 328ci, Metallic Ceramic 325/330 Headers (Not a typo), O2 Sim
2. Phamine, 2001 330i, Stainless Steel 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
3.Chris-Alfonso 2003 330i, Undecided if SS or Ceramic 325/330 Headers, O2 Sim
4.E46330i guy 2001 330i Stainless steel ( not sure if i need an O2 sim Some one please PM me )
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Fixed :thumbsup:

Ant171717 07-10-2010 12:44 PM

Can I get in on this? Located in Canada...

razahyde 07-10-2010 05:51 PM

where are the m5 parts?


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