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    im looking to upgrade the exhuast in the future and fancy 4 exhuasts like an m3.

    there is an e90 m3 exhuast for sale on ebay, my plan is to buy it chop my existing exhuast and modify the m3 exhuast to fit the existing middle section.

    anybody see any probs with this, with the m3 exhuast marry up with hanging lugs under my car?

    then buy an m3 valance from bmw, sounds easy eh lol

    cheers in advance

    p.s my car is a 320d
     
     

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    not sure if it will be that esay!!

    as i kinow pterol exhausts and diesel just dont go especially 6 cyl to 4 cyl!!
     
     

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    i see, and am also thinkin i would maybe need to replace the whole bumper which I dont really want to.

    maybe it'll just be the 335 style I go for

    what is the difference between petrol and diesel back boxes??
     
     

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    Bump for the weekday crew that may be able to help!!
     
     

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    Start here with this thread...

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...advice-t29265/

    Or look up my fellow moderator mark@vorny.co.uk, he has a 335 with the quad exhausts - but MVSport made a new system for him.... You can see his profile pictures and they can be found here

    http://www.mvsport-tuning.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Whittaker View Post
    Start here with this thread...

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...advice-t29265/

    Or look up my fellow moderator mark@vorny.co.uk, he has a 335 with the quad exhausts - but MVSport made a new system for him.... You can see his profile pictures and they can be found here

    http://www.mvsport-tuning.com/

    The search facility is your friend buddy
    I have already read through that post and think his exhaust looks great, however I quite fancy 4 exhuasts if I can without too much difficulty.

    There is a second hand e90 m3 exhaust on ebay at the moment and I am wondering if this can be adapted for my car, bearing in mind I have a mate that is rather special when it comes to fabrication. It was mentioned about petrol and diesel exhaust rear boxes being different but I am not sure in what way or if this would be an option at all for me.

    Ive also had a look at mark@vornys profile and cannot see any pics of quad exhausts

    thanks for taking the time to reply tho
     
     

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    its a 320d mate, why do you want 4 exhausts, personally i think 2 will look better. The M3 back box will need lots of fabricating to get it to fit as it has 2 entry points (its a V8) whereas your 4 cylinder only has 2.
     
     

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    Ive had a look into the rear valance to house twin pipes each side and the cut outs are different to mine (mines more round)

    There are some on the Bay from China for £170 cheapest......and they go upto £1000 and thats just for the valance!
     
     

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    Compare OEM exhausts here..

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/partgrp.d...29&hg=18&fg=20

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/partgrp.d...48&hg=18&fg=20

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig2016 View Post
    I have already read through that post and think his exhaust looks great, however I quite fancy 4 exhuasts if I can without too much difficulty.

    There is a second hand e90 m3 exhaust on ebay at the moment and I am wondering if this can be adapted for my car, bearing in mind I have a mate that is rather special when it comes to fabrication. It was mentioned about petrol and diesel exhaust rear boxes being different but I am not sure in what way or if this would be an option at all for me.

    Ive also had a look at mark@vornys profile and cannot see any pics of quad exhausts

    thanks for taking the time to reply tho
    The point that I was trying to make was that in the first thread the exhaust was fabricated and therefore is available in any configuration you want as long as your pockets are deep enough. You will also have noted that the rear valance is interchangeable and approx £80, so twin exit at one side, either side or quad pipes are all available options..

    I was directing you to Marks 335 because IMHO the twin 4" tailpipes look better than an M3 setup, the quality of the fabrication on the MV Sport exhausts on Marks car is great and it is even possible to rotate them to alter to look of the tailpipes .
     
     

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