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Old 11-04-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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“Bavauto” Headers Group Buy Round 3

I just want to start out by saying that I do not work for Bavauto or Tubular Automotive and I am in no way affiliated with either of those two companies. I just use “Bavauto” in the title because these are the same headers that Bavauto use to sell, and they are being made by the same company that previously made them for Bavauto. People know them as Bavauto headers so that’s just what I call them.

I also want to point out that this a non-profit venture on my behalf. I choose to run this group buy for free in my spare time in order to make these quality headers more easily and more cheaply available to the BMW community. So please be patient if I don't respond to your PM's immediately, I try my best to answer them the same day they were sent but sometimes things just don't work out that way.

Prices will remain the same as last time this time around. Here are the details:

Model: 2002
Details: 1 3/8” primaries, 2” collector into 2” integral mid-section
Price for 5+ sets: $460
Price for 10+ sets $440



Model: E21 320i 2.0L (early)
Details: 1 3/8” primaries, 2” collector into 2” integral mid-section
Price for 5+ sets: $480
Price for 10+ sets: $460



Model: E21 320i 1.8L (late)
Details: 1 3/8” primaries, 2” collector into 1 7/8” mid-section with flanged connection
Price for 5+ sets: $480
Price for 10+ sets: $460
No mid-section: subtract $20



Model: E30 318i (1984-86)
Details: 1 3/8” primaries, 2” collector into 1 7/8” mid-section with flanged connection
Price for 5+ sets: $480
Price for 10+ sets: $460
No mid-section: subtract $20



Model: E30 325i/325e
Details: 1 3/8” primaries, 2” collector into 2” mid-section
Price for 5+ sets: $580
Price for 10+ sets: $560
No mid-section: subtract $50
Notes: Having a flange installed on the one mid-section pipe in order to have it bolt up to a stock cat-back exhaust will cost extra because the flange has to be ordered from BMW.



Model: E12 528/530
Details: 1 3/8” primaries, 2” collector into 1 ¾ - 1 5/8 integral mid-section
Price for 5+ sets: $590
Price for 10+ sets: $570
Notes: Headers may also fit E24 630 however this is not verified



Model: E28 535, E24 635
Details: 1 ½” primaries, 2” collector into 2” mid-section (4 pieces)
Price for 5+ sets: $590
Price for 10+ sets: $570
No mid-section: subtract $50
Notes: Headers will fit E28 533 and E24 633 but mid-section will not. These headers are for manual transmission cars only.
Tubular couldn’t find any pictures of this model. However I found these pictures online…




As with last time these prices are for uncoated headers and shipping is not included in the price. Headers can be ceramic coated for an extra fee. The price will depend on the number of sets that are being coated. If you're interested in having your headers coated assume that it will cost roughly $200.

If you're interested, please add your name to the list using the following format:

Name, Header Model, mid-section included/excluded (if applicable), coated/uncoated, # of sets (forum)

i.e. Bullet Ride, E30 325, mid-section included, coated, 1 set (R3V)

Reference material (previous group buy threads)
Round 1
Round 2

Thanks guys.

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Old 11-04-2013, 03:45 PM   #2
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Any e36 headers for an s52? If so count me in.
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:05 PM   #3
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Any e36 headers for an s52? If so count me in.
Only what's listed in the post is available.
Sorry.
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:07 PM   #4
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you could buy a set and modify/swap flanges... some of those will work in the e36 chassis with some slight massaging.
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Old 11-04-2013, 04:28 PM   #5
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you could buy a set and modify/swap flanges... some of those will work in the e36 chassis with some slight massaging.
Massaging round tubes to match oval ports is a bit above "slight" in my books lol
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Old 11-05-2013, 10:55 AM   #6
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Massaging round tubes to match oval ports is a bit above "slight" in my books lol
thats actually not that difficult..that said, a lot of aftermarket s52 headers are just round tubing welded to the flange.
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Old 11-05-2013, 05:56 PM   #8
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thats actually not that difficult..that said, a lot of aftermarket s52 headers are just round tubing welded to the flange.

That must have quite the step....anti-reversion #becauseracecar lol
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1) Mlarsen 325i mid-pipe included, uncoated (R3V)
2) Nanajoth e28 535i mid-pipe included, uncoated (MyE28)
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1) Mlarsen, 325i mid-pipe included, uncoated (R3V)
2) Nanajoth, e28 535i mid-pipe included, uncoated (MyE28.)
3) 6cyl, e30 325i, no midpipe, uncoated (R3V)
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1) Mlarsen, 325i, mid-pipe included, uncoated (R3V)
2) Nanajoth, e28 535i, mid-pipe included, uncoated ( MyE28.)
3) 6cyl, e30 325i, mid-pipe excluded, coated (R3V)
4) EyExR, 325, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
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1) Mlarsen, E30 325i, mid-pipe included, uncoated (R3V)
2) Nanajoth, e28 535i, mid-pipe included, uncoated ( MyE28 )
3) 6cyl, e30 325i, mid-pipe excluded, coated (R3V)
4) EyExR, E30 325, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
5) berlow94 E30 325i, no mid-pipe, coatec (R3V)
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I'm closing down this group buy in a week

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The list:
1) Mlarsen, E30 325i, mid-pipe included, uncoated (R3V)
2) Nanajoth, e28 535i, mid-pipe included, uncoated ( MyE28 )
3) 6cyl, e30 325i, mid-pipe excluded, coated (R3V)
4) EyExR, E30 325, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
5) berlow94 E30 325i, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
6) wannaBMthree, E28 535i, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
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List update

1) Mlarsen, E30 325i, mid-pipe included, uncoated (R3V)
2) Nanajoth, e28 535i, mid-pipe included, uncoated ( MyE28 )
3) 6cyl, e30 325i, mid-pipe excluded, coated (R3V)
4) EyExR, E30 325, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
5) berlow94 E30 325i, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
6) wannaBMthree, E28 535i, no mid-pipe, coated (R3V)
7) EnduroDriver, E28 535i, mid-section included, uncoated ( MyE28 )
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