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    I have a 1997 535i v8 i want to fit a quad exhaust to it but looking at , it dosent look that straight forward. any suggestions
     
     

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    Can anybody assist the OP with this one ?
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    Couple of options.

    Buy the full proper M5 quad exhaust and fit it. This will require modification to the spare tyre well as it will get in the way on the right hand side (driver side) and will cost £££££

    Buy the back end of the M5 exhaust (i know one going for £150) and cut the back off the current fitted one and weld it in, but it will also require above modification.


    Does your current exhaust have just one tip at the bumper or two ?
    E39 M inspired
     
     

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