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Parts needed

Looking for a set of factory heat exchangers, j pipe and crossover, stock ic, stock ic shroud, stock oil drip tank. 1988 930, thanks!
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Got pics of the exhaust setup you are looking for?

I think I may have the exhaust and drip tank you need. What type of condition are you looking for? Mine are far from perfect.
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Just the stock stuff, I'll clean it up.
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Is this for your newly bought car? If so, what is on there now ? I don't have the parts you need, just curious.
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My stuff look like this, before the turbo.



I'll let it go cheap since they have met pavement a few times and show the scars. I also need to extract my $1000 wastegate from them. I can get you some detailed pics early this week. I'll send you a PM.
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Looking for a set of factory heat exchangers, j pipe and crossover, stock ic, stock ic shroud, stock oil drip tank. 1988 930, thanks!
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oh good dear lord why!?!?

8-)

That stuff was gawdawful! Begone / good riddance
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It has a bb ic and bb headers muffler, converting it to stock ish down the line.

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My stuff look like this, before the turbo.



I'll let it go cheap since they have met pavement a few times and show the scars. I also need to extract my $1000 wastegate from them. I can get you some detailed pics early this week. I'll send you a PM.
Please pm me a price on the whole pile
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and ^that's^ a bad thing b/c?

headers especially made the car innnnnfinitely more driveable... the stock bits were ghastly all together

seems a bit silly to me but to each their own of course 8-)

good luck w/ the project, hope the studs go well for you >>>shudders<<<
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Paul,
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I got these, in my Euro 930 im selling to replace with aftermarket, currently in car, i sprayed the bolts about two days ago with acetone and tranny fluid for easy removal, mine are in exc cond $1200 the pair


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I think its a great idea to go stock if you intend to sell it down the track, you WILL get more for it, the cost of buying factory parts will return tenfold when car goes to sell.
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My car came with am parts installed, I'd just like to have the stock parts.
Bobby, those are early exchangers, I need the later ones pictured above.
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mine are in exc cond $1200 the pair
Rob, gimme some of what yer smoking (those commonly go for around $300-400 on ebay).
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I have great stock I/ c and a perfect shroud removed at 65k
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Would love to help you out, but....
I've got this nice set off an '87, should bolt right up. A minor problem they're still on the car and need just a touch of cleaning. Got the muffler and cat too (the cat was stored inside, and the muff now has a nice patina and subtle eau d' BBQ aroma.
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Thanks guys, shroud check, thanks Todd
Xbimmer, pm me on the ic
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Rob, gimme some of what yer smoking (those commonly go for around $300-400 on ebay).
noooooo way on pelican theyre $1514 the pair!! thought i was doing a favour

Gonna go and light my pipe now



oh yeah mines a 3.0, they wont fit that car so forget i said anything..
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Hy i just looked on ebay i found 2 lots for sale,
one was $1700 shipped for a 3.3
other was $1650 or something

Prices are Skyrocketing!!

I have a Monty Muffler ill be selling though with 2 out, it gives an extra 175hp and sounds like theres a herd of lions in the boot,


(hp is possibly subjective)
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