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Old 06-29-2005, 12:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am just getting ready to add things to my e36. It is stock right now. The muffler I m looking at is JDM and has double barrol* 4 inch outlets. Is that too big? It has 2 1/2 inch inlets, is that correct for my car. 325is (1993)? Please let me know I need imput.

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Old 06-29-2005, 12:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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JDM on a BMW? I'm confused.
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why are u just buying a muffler go get a full cat back like an Eisenmann exhaust or AA or UUC or Rogue Enginerring or SuperSprint

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Old 06-30-2005, 01:31 AM   #4 (permalink)
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no more than 2 1/2 personally i think 2 1/4 looks hot
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If you don't really want a ton of hp, or low on money you might as well just get a muffler.
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If you don't really want a ton of hp, or low on money you might as well just get a muffler.
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You get a ton of hp on a stock car with catback exhaust? used
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that is what i was wondering, lol, but i think he means if you can't afford performance headers, cat. convertor, and cat. back exhaust then you can go with a cheaper muffler for looks and sound. I personally would suggest UUC exhaust systems. They look/sound/perform great.
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stock inlets for 325 is 2 1/4

4 in outlets are probably too big

i agree with the guys who said to get a full cat-back, just gettin the muffler means youll have to cut the stock one off and weld/clamp the new one on. most likely your stock one is longer than the aftermarket one you getting so the tips wont come out as far...to be safe and get your money's worth, just get a cat-back dude
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stock inlets for 325 is 2 1/4

4 in outlets are probably too big

i agree with the guys who said to get a full cat-back, just gettin the muffler means youll have to cut the stock one off and weld/clamp the new one on. most likely your stock one is longer than the aftermarket one you getting so the tips wont come out as far...to be safe and get your money's worth, just get a cat-back dude
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dont get those "jdm" exhaust specials on ebay.. they SUCK.. a guy at work has oen of those $20 dual time mufflers on his car and it sounds like the worse of the rice rockets.

he bought the car with it already installed so i cant fault him for that.. and is looking to get rid of it ASAP with a real exhaust.
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