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  1. General E46 Forum
    Hi I have some stainless steel headers (Ebay :p) coming in the mail and once they get here I plan to either ceramic coat them myself (I've looked into VHT flameproof spray and exhaust wrap) or to ship them to swain to get them professionally coated. Doing it myself would save a lot of money, as...
  2. General E46 Forum
    So I have rust on the rear underside of my car, behind the exhaust beside the fuel tank. It looks pretty bad and at some places, the metal is all rotten and falls off when I hit it. How should I proceed with this? I can't really tell what part of the car this is and how vital it's etc. I am also...
  3. Engine & Performance
    The heat shield is new, unused. I went in a different direction with my intake by the time it was sent to me. Purchased new. Asking $90. Heat shield only. U can use any cone filter. http://www.racdynusa.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvcScreen=PROD&Product_Code=142.52.46.106&Category_Code=e46tun Fits...
  4. DIY: Do It Yourself
    I teased everyone long enough about posting up this DIY and now here it is finally. Tools needed: Tin snips/metal shears power drill flat head screw driver/maybe phillips too 4 1/4" metal hole saw Hammer Socket set Measuring tape 2 clamps Gloves Work bench or nice solid surface you don't care...
  5. Engine & Performance
    FS: Jim Conforti CAI / heat shield set *SOLD* Hello all, I am selling a Jim Conforti cold air intake set without the original filter. Instead, I have included a generic cone-style filter (it is similar, if not functionally identical, to the K&N, I believe). List of everything included: 1...
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