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Old 08-08-2004, 07:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am wondering... is it hard to change the tailpipe on my car? I am the one with the imfamous 320i.. The one that doesnt "exist" is it an easy thing to do or is it something i am going to have to get done at a shop?

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Old 08-08-2004, 07:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm missing something?

Why doesn't your car exist?!

Exhaust changes aren't especially difficult, just takes time and lots of patience (+a bit of brute force!)
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LOL Because the 320i was never available in the US So when i came on this forum asking questions everyone thought i was crazy because they said the car didnt "exist" . I also didnt mean to say exaust. I just meant the muffler tip is that hard?!
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Oh right! 320i's are very common over here, I forget that the majority of users on here are from the US!

Just the tip? I'm not sure you can do that, you could add a fake one on ( ) or replace the back section.

Adding a fake one would take 5 minutes but not worth doing really...
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Just tape it off and spray it with some chrome paint. Or take it to a shop and have them put a tip on for you, if they try and charge you more than like 50 bucks laugh at them. Or just have somebody you know with a welder do it.
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could you put some nicer tips on lets say a m3 catback exhaust?
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chrome paint thats a good idea boys. well good enough for now. i have done so many alterations latey its hitting the wallet hard that will help make it look better for now thanks
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