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    Hi guys ive got a 330ci ACS and it has a ac schitzer exhaust on.. It sounds great but I prefer the look of two/four pipes (two each side) I don't mean the m3 look because that's not what I'm after at all..

    I took my car to Longlife yesterday and the bloke took a quick look underneath and said a quad/ dual outlet wouldn't be possible.. Now I disagree because there is enough room to put a pipe out without cutting away at the battery box.. I have seen an eisenmann system which has what I want.. But it's expensive.. Gonna be looking at about £1400 at the end of it... And tbh I don't think I want to pay anywhere near that for just the look..

    Anyone done this to their 330 or any thoughts/ideas.. And I know I probably should just leave it alone
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    Do what i did with my droopy back box on the e39D, i replaced it with a custom made twin pipe back box, looks better at the rear now

    And £1400 sounds a bit steep. On my New e60 530D i had a compleat exhaust with twin exit, a remap, decat, dpf removal for less then that so look around for another exhaust place, sounds like your local dont want the challange,,,,,,


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    That's what I thaught... It seems like they can't be bothered... And although eisenmann is a very good make.. I don't think it warrants paying that sort of money... I think I'll have to do some ringing around for cheaper custom build places
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    Google Top Gear wheels and tyres, and see if they have a local station. They do custom exhausts and did a custom exhaust on my old Laguna 2 with twin exit and that was only £700 all in

    Better still hears a link

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    Live near swansea but opposite side to cardiff haha, as for top gear.. I'm pretty sure they are part of Longlife?? And they are the ones I took the car to
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    Does anyone know wether a quad system (not m3 style..) just twins on each side can be done without cutting away at the spare wheel or battery box because this is not an option.. I've seen a lot of 330cis done in the states without any cutting... Anyone shed some light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wills2811 View Post
    Does anyone know wether a quad system (not m3 style..) just twins on each side can be done without cutting away at the spare wheel or battery box because this is not an option.. I've seen a lot of 330cis done in the states without any cutting... Anyone shed some light?
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    Thanks for that link.. Looks a very nice system
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