I've seen a few E46s with dual exhaust (mufflers on each side) and it looked bad ass ...is it possible/has anyone done this on an E36??? I know I was thinking about doing it on my old 3rd Gen Supra but the Gas tank was in the way.
yea the E46 M3's and M5's have duel exhaust and it does look badd A$$... I know with a 4 cylinder I couldn't do it but
how would it work with an inline motor in general? you don't have duel headers? would it just Y pipe I guess?
Originally posted by BMWbeauty416@Sep 22 2004, 07:37 AM yea the E46 M3's and M5's have duel exhaust and it does look badd A$$... I know with a 4 cylinder I couldn't do it but
how would it work with an inline motor in general? you don't have duel headers? would it just Y pipe I guess?* :idea2
Actually if it is a I6 you got a set of 2 exhaust manifold witch it ends at the mid-section of the down pipe and the you got the end of the down pipe that it's joint together by a "Y" pipe in the begining of the midpipe, if you have only one O2 sensor it will be rigth there then that single pipe goes until it will splits in 2 pipes again rigth before the cats and resonators and then your catback. in number from the head goes like this.
keep in mine that OBDII have 2 O2 sensors the second is after the catalitics
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