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Old 07-29-2004, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i've just been quoted 40 ~ $75 to fit a "cat-back" exhaust system for my bmw 328i.

Can anyone tell me whether the exhaust goes over the rear axle or does it simply go under it..... thanks

by the way - its a SCORPION STW twin pipes (3" dia.)
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Jesus Christ $75 is cheap.
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the exhaust goes under the drive shaft and easy to do yourself if its not all rusty.
i changed one on an m3 and it took maybe 25 min only a total of 8 bolts
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You could do it yourself quite easily. 6 nuts on the catback (spray some WD40 on them for about a week before you plan to do this) then a couple hangers.

Replace the hangers and put the new system back up with the hangers.

Only problem you could run into is if the new exaust doesn't have good hangers, or any for that matter.
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