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      Yesterday, 10:31 PM   #1
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New Bimmerworld S65 Headers?

Anyone heard about this? It was posted today on Bimmerworlds FB page... hopefully more info will be available soon.
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Interesting. Didn't think much was to be had there.
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I use to run headers on my camaro. I always wished the E9x M3 offered headers!
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Looking forward to dyno sheets!
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Hmmm. I always thought the OEM headers were pretty good and that there really weren't gains to be had. It seemed the few offerings only shifted the torque/power up or down on the power curve.

It will be interesting to see what these can do.
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on FB saying the "package" yields over 400 whp on an otherwise stock car.
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on FB saying the "package" yields over 400 whp on an otherwise stock car.
That would be substantial and hard to believe. 60 crank hp or so?
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Hmmm. I always thought the OEM headers were pretty good and that there really weren't gains to be had. It seemed the few offerings only shifted the torque/power up or down on the power curve.

It will be interesting to see what these can do.
OEM headers are not really long tube headers though.
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Saying its a package suggests more than just headers...guess we'll soon find out.
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That would be substantial and hard to believe. 60 crank hp or so?
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The collectors are interesting. 4 -> 2 -> 1 instead of 4 -> 1. From my eyes it looks like you'd need to use a different x-pipe as the connection point looks like it is further to the rear.
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