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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Wed, Dec-05-2018, 10:52:40 PM   #101
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Great stuff!!! I read you guys a nearly finished with all the brackets. Have you come up with an overall kit cost to consumer, including reservoir and hoses?
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Old Thu, Dec-06-2018, 08:02:01 PM   #102
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How about plans? Like a list/receipt from HEL and/or other parts purchase? basic design plans for the bracket? This would be remarkably helpful. I'm not good with nozzle and hose diameter sizing and all that jazz.
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I pasted the order info that I used my lines in the OP at the top of this thread, but here it is again:

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The pump uses 4 hydraulic lines, which following the video from BMWMazing, I ordered the same ones. The connectors are type 469 and type 716, both are M12x1.0. Here are my order details from www.probrake.de (be sure to click the UK flag in the upper right, it will show the site in English):

Custom steel braided hose, brake-hose clutch-hose, custom made according to your specifications
Shipping time: ca. 1-5 Days 4 39,95 EUR 159,80 EUR
190 cm 4 0,00 EUR 0,00 EUR
F1 type 469 4 3,00 EUR 12,00 EUR
Bare (no jacket) 4 0,00 EUR 0,00 EUR
F2 type 716 4 2,00 EUR 8,00 EUR
Fittings Black 4 0,00 EUR 0,00 EUR
Shipping Worldwide 1 9,95 EUR 9,95 EUR
including 19% VAT.: 30,30 EUR
Gesamtsumme: 189,75 EUR

Converted to USD, it was I think $215, and they shipped to my location in Texas no problem, just took a couple of weeks. The only issue I had was that I guess in Germany the street name comes before the street number, and their website auto-formatted the shipping address in a weird way. I just replied to their order confirmation email and gave them the proper shipping info and it got sorted out no problems.
Note that one end is the F1 type 469, which is M12x1.0 (male)
The other end is F2 type 716, which is M12x1.0 (female)
I got these off of the site: www.probrake.de

For the brackets, I literally just took pieces of card stock, cut them with scissors into sizes that would like up with the threaded holes in the side compartment and with the pump hardware threaded holes as well (with it just held in position), went to harbor freight, bought a pair of electric metal shears, home depot to get some sheet metal, traced out my patterns, cut them to fit, bent them on an anvil, and primed and painted them. It wasn't easy, physically, but the work wasn't technically challenging either. A few hours over a couple days with trips to the store in between :-)

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Well that is great, thank you for the info!!
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Discussing SMG Relocation to Engine Bay Side Comparment in the E46 M3 (2001-2006) Forum - Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
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