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    Yeah...I noticed that only LHD available for your car. Anyway, try searching on Supersprint, Eisenmenn, Milltek, Magnex, Scorpion. You never know....might just get lucky
     
     

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    just found a company that aren't cheap, but they mentioned 4-1 giving more bhp and 4-2-1 giving more torque. I know that 4-2-1 means it will be quicker off the mark, but do you think there will be much in it? and which do you think would be best.

    by not cheap I mean £459all in fitted!! (so i think i will get on the phone again and look else where for now)
     
     

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    BTW, if you did fit a performance exhaust, would you have to let your insurance company know about it? Just curious!
     
     

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    I would have thought so. But a lot of people don't. I have never actually checked this. Will do when I have it done though.
     
     

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    Did you find anywhere else yet then????
     
     

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    I don't think you can get anything RHD off the shelf so to speak for the 318iS. I've been looking for ages and they're all LHD. I think the only way of doing this is to have one custom built, but that is pricey. If you find somewhere though, let me know.

    And Yes, if you put any aftermarket part (including SS exhaust systems) you have to let your insurance know. Any non stock item 'should' be declaired. But as already said, alot of people don't and if you were to have a prang it's unlikely you'd get your money back on it anyway - unless you have agreed valuation insurance on your car. Not worth it for an exhaust but if you've gone all out, let you insurance know. Even wider wheels from another model are classed as a mod i.e e46 wheels on an e36. T'eives

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