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  1. #226
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    All current orders will be shipping out this saturday. There are quite a few.

    You will get an email at your paypal email addy when I print the label. If you don't get an email let me know asap. The order system is undergoing some modifications and things have been getting lost. I'm doing the best I can with all that is happening.


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    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
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    Awesome sounds great Eric! Can't wait!

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    I've been reading quite a bit about the M50 swap lately because I am currently rebuilding my S52.
    I got an M50 manifold from a junk yard, but I also picked up the fuel rail.
    Can't I also use the M50 fuel rail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. 5 View Post
    I've been reading quite a bit about the M50 swap lately because I am currently rebuilding my S52.
    I got an M50 manifold from a junk yard, but I also picked up the fuel rail.
    Can't I also use the M50 fuel rail?
    I believe you can. as far as I know the only difference is that the M50 has the fuel pressure regulator on the fuel rail. the M52 has it remote mounted. I have never done it so not sure if there is difference but I believe I have heard of people using the M50 fuel rail quite often.

    If you do use the M50 fuel rail you will have no problem mounting it to the manifold (no brackets required) and no problem using the M50 fuel rail cover (don't have to cut down the mounts)...like we do with the 52 fuel rail.

    hope this helps.

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    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
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    Cool.
    This is good news. I'm just curious if people choose to use the S50 fuel regulator or the S52 regulator.


    Quote Originally Posted by E36M3E View Post
    I believe you can. as far as I know the only difference is that the M50 has the fuel pressure regulator on the fuel rail. the M52 has it remote mounted. I have never done it so not sure if there is difference but I believe I have heard of people using the M50 fuel rail quite often.

    If you do use the M50 fuel rail you will have no problem mounting it to the manifold (no brackets required) and no problem using the M50 fuel rail cover (don't have to cut down the mounts)...like we do with the 52 fuel rail.

    hope this helps.

    -E
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    The group buy is 155 shipped right ?

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    The original GB price is long over. New prices posted on my website.

    www.m50manifold.com

    Thanks.

    -Eric
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by E36M3E View Post
    The original GB price is long over. New prices posted on my website.

    www.m50manifold.com

    Thanks.

    -Eric
    So the group buy in your sig is over ? Or is the gb the same price as your site?

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    M50 Manifold !!!!! will this fit my E46

    Hi all I have a E46 328 Uk W plate which is a 2000 year, I keep reading about this M50 Manifold. Will this fit and make any difference with my E46 ????

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    tried a few emails on your web site, are you still selling these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangerbrown View Post
    tried a few emails on your web site, are you still selling these?

    Yep. Not sure why you're not gettin through. Whats up?

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    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


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    want to goahead and order this kit, in the next few months i plan to throw on vf supercharger kit, how well will this work with it, also tune wise who do i contact for this, its a 98 528 with single vanos

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    Quote Originally Posted by rangerbrown View Post
    want to goahead and order this kit, in the next few months i plan to throw on vf supercharger kit, how well will this work with it, also tune wise who do i contact for this, its a 98 528 with single vanos
    Probably better to wait till you get the SC on there. If you go FI there isn't much reason to keep the cyclone seperator. I would keep it but most people get rid of it because its easier that way.

    The main reason to use my kit is if you want to keep all emissions and stay green...and to pass smog tests.

    I can sell you a kit no problem...but when you install the SC kit you will need to make some modifications to the silicone hose to make it work. No big deal really. Just might be an expense you could save.

    -E
    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


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    shouldnt be a problem i was also looking at adding the 68.5 mm big bore th at thesame time.
    you will hear somthing from after the 15th. thanks for you help

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    Your prices are insane and why are you charging $55 for shipping a two pound box?, if that. You make it hard for anyone trying to swap their manifold. And your kit isn't even that clean. If you want it clean and unobtrusive, you have to go with Evosport or Turner. Sad to see a small company ripping off other people and then come on the forums and do it too. Get real!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EstorilB View Post
    Your prices are insane and why are you charging $55 for shipping a two pound box?, if that. You make it hard for anyone trying to swap their manifold. And your kit isn't even that clean. If you want it clean and unobtrusive, you have to go with Evosport or Turner. Sad to see a small company ripping off other people and then come on the forums and do it too. Get real!!
    You must be looking at international shipping... I was quoted $15 to ship the $189 full kit (without manifold) to my zip code. Turner quoted $14.89 to ship their $264.95 kit to me.
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    Are these still being sold?

    Can I get estimate to be shipped to 33067

    Thanks,

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    is eric still selling these? I've sent two e-mails to his info email and haven't gotten a response.
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    Yes. Still selling lots of kits. Some email goes into my spam folder and some people have errors in their reply to email address and my replies fail. I try to get to all emails but I have been rather busy with other projects lately. Try me again. Or just order. Money talks. Lol.

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    Eric Paul Eviston - 1 Piece Silicone Hose M50 Manifold Conversion Kit

    ******M50 Manifold Install Trouble Shooting Guide Here: www.m50manifold.com

    '98 M3/4 - ECIS CAI, S50 Manifold, Conforti Software, 16" Spal Puller, UUC Pulleys, Fan Delete, UUC Stage 2 Fly w/M5 Clutch, UUC Blacks w/TMEs, X-Brace, GC RTAB shims, GC RSMs,
    M Roadster lever, 245x40x17 all 4 corners, Drilled Zimmermans, Motul RBF600 and Redline Synth fluids.
    My Dyno HERE
    My Website:
    www.m50manifold.com
    My Email:
    info@m50manifold.com


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    Understood, I know this isn't your only gig.

    Well it was kind of sales related question regarding other things I should buy to make the swap as smooth and complete and reliable as possible. I just want to get it all done the first time and be done with it.

    I have money and it will probably go to you instead of your competitors, especially if my doubts/questions can be answered.

    E-mail resent.
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    will this hose kit work on a stock m50 engine? if so, what are the benefits? thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E36M3E View Post
    Yes. Still selling lots of kits. Some email goes into my spam folder and some people have errors in their reply to email address and my replies fail. I try to get to all emails but I have been rather busy with other projects lately. Try me again. Or just order. Money talks. Lol.

    -e
    I have ordered a kit, but still not having any reply from you.
    my email starts from dancer_st
    thanks.

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    Got my kit, thank you!

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    how long will it take to receive a kit? i need one asap

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    I reached him, now patiently waiting for my kit.
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