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 1.6 Mx-3 Header 
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Mx3Kid16 wrote:
so did we have to pre order these to get them or can i pick one up?


We have them in stock. You can swing by our store and pick one up.

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November 30 2009, 8:24 PM
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Is that the clearance for both motors b6me and b6de ? I will still get it :)

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November 30 2009, 9:16 PM
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Is that the clearance for both motors b6me and b6de ? I will still get it :)


It is for the SOHC. The Mx3 we did the DOHC development work on did not have A/C. The mounting location on the blocks for the A/C bracket is the same for both engines.

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December 02 2009, 1:33 PM
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i received 6 headers for guys from France and Belgium :D

we'll have to work on cars now !

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December 04 2009, 5:35 AM
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tell me how it feels.

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December 07 2009, 1:48 PM
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Anybody got it on yet!?

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January 27 2010, 10:17 AM
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We have sold quite a few of these headers. I am surprised there hasnt been someone posting up impressions about them.

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February 12 2010, 10:04 PM
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me too... this sucks i wanna knoww

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February 15 2010, 10:30 AM
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A few of these headers have gone to Mercury Capri customers. Maybe check one of their forums?

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February 20 2010, 1:50 PM
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the 6 headers i bought for french and belgian guys are not yet fitted ... it seems 24hours a day aren't enough ...
personally catalyst is a problem for me, i can't ride if my car is not fitted with it, so i have to weld it on a part.

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May 12 2010, 5:34 PM
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anyone could tell me whether the O2 sensor and the EGR could be eliminated somehow? this CS header rocks though! would love to use my 1.6 SOHC custom header with my 1.6 DOHC with a slight modding but the O2 and EGR was out of my radar. I know bungs could be easily welded on the downpipes but eliminating O2 sensors would be the best solution imho. prob my rough idle would disappear as well...
thanks for the intel in advance!
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freongee wrote:
anyone could tell me whether the O2 sensor and the EGR could be eliminated somehow? this CS header rocks though! would love to use my 1.6 SOHC custom header with my 1.6 DOHC with a slight modding but the O2 and EGR was out of my radar. I know bungs could be easily welded on the downpipes but eliminating O2 sensors would be the best solution imho. prob my rough idle would disappear as well...
thanks for the intel in advance!
cheers, f


That is a tough one. The car looks for the O2 sensor to make adjustments to the way is fuels the engine.

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