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| Originally posted by StrictlyBMW@Jan 17 2005, 01:13 PM |
Ok so i get an exhaust and i want more power. So i've been looking into track pipes and mid pipes. I've looked at Active Autowork and Turner motorsports, but everyone wants $500 to $700 dollars! I have a shop with well skilled welders, whats the difference between these $500 to $700 track pipes and me cutting out the stock cat, wleding in some exhaust pipe, and buying some fake O2 sensors? I would save almost $400 to $600 dollars.
Whats so great about theres to cost that much more?
| Originally posted by StrictlyBMW@Jan 17 2005, 03:11 PM |
The M3 i have is a 97 E36 with a UUC system U exhaust. And I basically want a louder exhaust and more power that comes with more flow. So once agian why couldn't I do it myself, cut out the cat, weld in some exhaust pipe, and buy a fake O2 sensor? WHat is the benifit of buying those $600 mid pipes besides less weight and a polished finish? Also, what is "rasp"?
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