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Old 10-27-2010, 12:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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after a "bucket" for a pod thats on a m50 in a e36.

purchased the car with the pod+O sensor on it but no heat shield,


so after a bucket heat shield.


I dont want to make a box haha, rather buy one but the problem is i wouldnt know if my pod/piping will fit/allign in the precut hole.


Heat shield(bucket) compared to heat shield box? same same?

and im not extending the pipe to put it next to the front arch.

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Old 10-28-2010, 02:10 AM   #3 (permalink)
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haha, possibly to much aussie slang,

Iam after an heat shield that will go over my pod filter that is mounted on my e36,

In my eyes they look like a small version of a bucket..meh.
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how about a picture to know what you are talking about?
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haha, possibly to much aussie slang,

Iam after an heat shield that will go over my pod filter that is mounted on my e36,

In my eyes they look like a small version of a bucket..meh.
You can make one easily or buy one........ebay

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