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    Hi,

    Was wondering if someone can chime in on this as im a lill bit confused....

    I see several people who have added the M5 exhaust to a non M5 like a 540 or even a done up 520 etc etc.

    I can see how it works on the 540 which has a V engine, but how can you add one to a straight 6 engine ? Won't the pipes be in the wrong place where they meet the manifold ? Not to mention one of them wouldn't be used....

    Or can you get an exhaust with two back pipes running of the one front pipe ?

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    That's a bit pricey for half an exhaust system. Thanks for the link though very interresting website
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