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  1. One side retails for $227.09 new (picture 6 attached) the other side is NLA
  2. brand new message if interested
  3. Posted from nomads2002.blogspot.com Intake Manifold DIY I'm frugal. It is more accurate than what my wife calls me: "cheap". It means that I don't like to spend money, but when I do I want a good return on my investment. I went ahead and purchased a used Weber 38/38 carburetor as an upgrade. While I have a stock cam and compression I may upgrade in the future. The Weber has larger throttle plates so it will not fit on my stock two-hole intake manifold. What follows is my "Frugal" DIY way of modifying the stock manifold work. While not "machine shop pretty" I believe that its a good attempt with minimal downsides and possibly great benefits. After reading several threads and several debates regarding fitment on intake manifolds (on bmw2002faq.com) I knew I only had a few several options: 1. Buy a different model "peanut" style stock manifold that has a larger, single opening at the top. 2. Buy an aftermarket Canon brand manifold that has a large Oval machined out of the carb mount. Commonly called the "NASCAR oval" due to the oval design's use on NASCAR V8 engines. 3. Modify the existing stock two hole manifold to allow fitment of the larger carb's throttle plates. I'm crazy enough to try my hand at most things. The way I see it, the downsides of modifying the intake myself seemed fairy small. It's not an expensive proposition to modify the existing intake manifold if you already own a die grinder or a Dremel. If all went wrong I'd just buy an aftermarket replacement. If the DIY works I'd be saving $100-200. Ultimately, the consensus is that on a street driven car most intake manifold differences are so small as to be inconsequential. Me being "frugal" I decided to give it a go. Tools: Dremel Carbide Burr assortment (amazon.com) WD40 Carb gasket I used the carb gasket to scribe the wider area that needed to be removed. I decided on a two hole system as opposed to the large oval after some research on intake and plenum design. In general: The wide open "NASCAR ovals" allow uninhibited flow and work best at wide open throttle for higher horsepower at high RPM. The two-hole system works best for part throttle situations where the partially open throttle plates disrupt the fuel-air path and the extended walls help redirect it before it enters the plenum. The carbide burrs did a good job of cutting through the aluminum. I sprayed WD-40 occasionally to keep the burr from packing up with aluminum and to keep the dust down. The burrs worked well. They are not super fast but with patience they got through the material just fine. After I got the diameter needed, I widened the inner walls and carried the angle inside as far as I could. The hardest thing for fuel-air suspension to do it turn a 90 degree corner from the carb into the plenum and the intake runner. The smoother transition from carb to plenum area should help the fuel-air transition better. Inside the plenum looking at the modified intake hole with flared inner sides. I added "dimples" to break up laminar flow on the walls but I'm sure it's fairly insignificant (ie: couldn't hurt). Finished product under the old gasket. I will take off just a little more from the top hole. It's extremely hard to get a perfectly straight circle by hand but its close enough to do its job. I then turned my attention to the intake runners. I gasket matched the ends of the intake runners and took off any casting marks or sharp edges. The Dremel can only reach inside about 1.5" so there is definitely a limit to the effectiveness of the port match. The smallest cross section in the runners seem to be halfway up. After reading some interesting home flow bench work done by FAQ member "PatAllen" seen here I decided to lightly deburr cylinders 2-3-4 and turn most of my attention to cylinder #1. According to his tests that cylinder has the worst flow characteristics, possibly causing an imbalance in air-fuel-ratio to the #1 cylinder. As you can see there is a big difference in available port size. The head ports are nearly at the gasket opening. Time to grind! The finished product! (yes, shaky hand at times and I zipped the gasket surface but I'll fix that) Feel free to tell me how I irreversibly messed up or somehow lost all my torque potential, or how I did just fine. Minimal gains if any but it WILL fit a Weber 38/38 synchronous carburetor so as far as I'm concerned...Mission Accomplished. So what do you think? Waste of my time or a great way to save cash?
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    intake plenum I built

    From the album: Parts gathered and made so far

    Boosting the m42 engine I believe this would work well over the standard manifold and twin throttle
  5. Hey, I bought a 1976 2002 and it seems like a previous owner did not like his car very much. I thought it would be an easy thing to identify what the correct filter housing would be for my Holley carburator. I was wondering If anyone had an idea of where I could buy the air intake assembly housing as seen in picture #2. Worst case, I might have to customize a universal housing and solder an aluminum plate to mount in... But i'd rather not! I am also new to this forum so there may be ressources that I missed. Don't hesitate to point me in the right direction, Thanks!
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    Intake

    Intake. $25 obo. Pick up available or will ship at cost to buyer.
  7. $50 + shipping Retails for $133.27 (see pic)
  8. Message me if you have them for sale or if you know somebody who does. Thank you.
  9. Good condition 32/36, could use a rebuild. Includes Redline rebuild kit made for 32/36 Also comes with linkage Selling because I upgraded carb. 175 OBO
  10. Location: : Central Valley CA SOLD SOLD SOLD Used 2 barrel intake manifold. Shipping not included.
  11. I purchased a set of DCOE webers that came with these intakes. After doing some research, I decided on a rod style linkage, and these CT London manifolds do not have the provision for them. I would like to sell these as they have been sitting unused and not needed. I have all the gaskets for them, which appear to be in good condition, along with the anti-vibration o-rings. I will gladly ship them if theres interest, as they are small enough to fit into a medium sized flat rate box (around $17) sold
  12. Price:: 50 Location: : Portland I have for sale an intake manifold that I picked up along with a head. I have since sold the head, and have no need for a manifold that I am not planning on using. The previous owner painted it black. I've never used it nor seen it run, but it appears to be in good condition. sold as is, shipping can be arranged if theres interest.
  13. Price:: 1.00 Location: : Houston texs selling both exhaust manifold and intake manifold. buyer will pay for shipping. prices are obo! leave a post and also pm me thanks! -exhaust manifold $150 -intake manifold $100
  14. Stock intake manifold from a 1974, bare. --------PEDAL BOX IS SOLD------- $10 to first person who can come pick this up. Also what appears to be a heinously dented oil pan- FREE. (916) 849-4780 Eric
  15. Does anyone know what kind of carb is hiding behind the ribbed jelly donut intake/fitler-holder thingamabobber in this pic? I'm fairly new to '02's, but haven't seen anything that looks like this in my experience or via internet searches. Big thanks!
  16. Curious as to how other people with the 318 'upside down' manifold are doing their fresh air intakes. I figured out something that works pretty well with off the shelf autozone parts, but I admit it's a little ghetto fabulous. I have the modular Spectra piping with a 90 degree silicone boot, and then I put a wooden block on the end of the air intake with a little hole in it that engages with a bolt that I put through an existing hole through the nose sheet metal to hold it in place and support the weight there at the air cleaner end. Gets plenty of fresh air there but also gets some spill over air from the radiator as my IAT is usually ~15-20 warmer than ambient. So anyway, I feel this is a decent cheap and dirty way to do it, but what other more elegant solutions are out there?
  17. I don't know if I ever told the whole story here... I want to say about 4 years ago I found a set of Webers on craigslist that were listed fairly cheap and had the manifolds, but nothing else really. I figured with their condition and age that I'd need to get into them but love a good challenge like that. After giving them a good once over I discovered they were in fact 42 DCOE's instead of the 40's I was so use to. I emailed a few places to find the parts I would need and Ireland Engineering came back with an offer I couldn't refuse. They would trade me the used 42's for brand new 40's! Fast forward a few years and a trip down to California I had all the parts I needed to do the swap... Just never the excuse. See, I drive the car on a daily bases; to and from work, about 10 miles one way. The engine was rebuilt by the PO and I had no reason to tear into a very nicely working setup to "try" and get the DCOE's to run. Especially with all the downplay they get on the forums and at all the local shops. I would constantly hear "should just go with the 38/38" and if I were to give anybody any advice I will say thats probably the route to go, but I had all the parts, just no huge drive to do it. Well, I finally took the plunge. On Thursday before work I went at it with the notion that if all else, I can just revert back to the single 40 Solex that was on before. The install took about 5 hours, there wasn't really any hiccups other than a few odd bolts to get to, but everything went in with an astonishing amount of ease. I will say that taking the starter out as well as the alternator is very helpful if not a necessity. Single 40 solex I turned the key and it started right up! Even idled! I thought that I was in luck for how "smooth" it was running, but I had run out of time and had to get to work. I borrowed the girlfriends car and waited till my friday was over. I had a local shop reassure me that when the time comes to tune them up, they should be available anytime. When I awoke the next day, I pretty much had to call all the shops I could think of, and getting the same "booked till next week" story. a call out to my brother in law (owner of an e30 M3) and he tells me of a shop in Cedar Hills called Motor Sports International. I give them a call, and sure enough they can do it and even get me in as soon as I get there! Only down side is this shop is across town. I took the car for a test drive around the block and it felt a little too good to be true. Under the hood everything looks great, except for a coolant leak. I figure its the E21 water neck which surface doesn't match up to the Cannon manifolds so I cut a brass lock washer in half and made up the space. seems to hold with no aparent leaks. After getting the thing baselined I will note that the bolts that come with the rod style linkage out of a brand new package, are not long enough to mate with the nyloc and I had 2 bolts fall out while testing. A trip down to the hardware store quickly fixed that. the pedal also went from the top 1/2 for travel down to the bottom 1/2, but still the same sensitivity, so I moved the end bolt around and tinkered with a few adjustments. I don't know if there is a new throttle rod to replace this one, but I bet there would be an improvement in feel if that were to be replaced. All in all I am excited for a few weeks of tinkering with the thing, but extremely happy in how it turned out. Again, I would highly recommend the 38/38 for anybody not already commited to the DCOE's, but next friday will possibly give a better answer as my buddy and I are going to PIR for Track night in america.
  18. For sale: New, never mounted intake manifold, Cannon 2893. $150 or best offer.
  19. For sale: New, never mounted intake manifold, Cannon 2893. $150 or best offer.
  20. Ok just replaced the old tired (and bent ) 32/36 with a new one and am now sending it in to get certified, (in Canada you must take a out of country imported car to Canadian tire to get a certification done). Mine is from good ole California. When installing the new carb I realized that the manifold is the original 2 barrel unmodified one (still has the two 32mm holes) so that means that my 32/38 is well..... restricted. So do I get a redline? do I hog out the one I have? and does anybody have any experience in a extrude honed intake. I know it is costly, and my understanding is that it doesn't change performance. Does it start easier? rev more smoothly.. anything? Or am I pissing money away if I do it?
  21. Intake manifold cannon like new $130 + shipping
  22. want to get rid of the emissions control on my '75, want a better set of headers while i'm at it. used or not, doesn't matter. thanks!
  23. Selling some parts from my '73. Hopefully someone can put them to good use. The intake manifold is brand new, never used. Ireland Engineering sells it for $230, I'll take $180 plus shipping. Carburetor is an Italian-made Weber 32 DFM 5. Not really designed for '02s, but it was apparently on my car before I purchased it. Pretty dirty, but if you want it, make an offer. OEM jack is in fair shape. Needs a fresh coat of paint. SOLD. OEM toolkit includes most of the tools, so maybe you can take what you need to complete your set. Canvas roll is fair. SOLD. Last up is a Bosch vacuum retard distributor. Number 0 231 180 008 JFUD 4. Could use a cleaning, but there's almost zero play on the shaft. Make an offer. Shipping will be from Atlanta, GA. Thanks, Garrett
  24. Very good condition overall, from my S14 donor motor. Includes everything you see in the pics. $300 USD plus actual shipping


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