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      09-14-2009, 11:04 AM   #9
DJBrand1
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Drives: 07 328Xi Coupe
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You need to email them, and they will send you paypal request for 950 shipped.

Side note. Just installed mine:

Major thing to be prepared for if your going to install this yourself. CUTOFF wheel or sawzall blade to cut the stock exhaust off.

1. Drop the stock exhaust. a. Remove the cross brace from the car (you will need some 16point bit and socket to remove the rear bolts) b. then you'll need to heat up the bolts holding on the secondary cats to remove those as well as another torx screw holding for the bracket holding the pipes together. c. drop the whole exhaust out from under the car after taking the hangers out of the rubber mounts (these are a BI*CH), a little WD-40 will help wonders.

2. With the stock exhaust off, go ahead and make your cuts on the pipes about 6 inches or so after the secondary cats. It is muuuuuuuch easier to cut with the exhaust off the car. Use the new performance pipe to mark off where you need to cut. The new clamps will give you a couple inches of "wiggle" room.

3. Put the cut stock piece back on (the part that bolts back to the header section, and the t-clamp obviously).

4. Now mark on the performance mid pipes where the clamps should be when they are half on the new pipe and halfway on the old stock pipes. Line everything up, slide the clamps onto your marked spot, so they are halfway on the old pipe and halfway on the new pipe. NOTE* make sure you slide the clamps on right so that you have access to the bolts to tighten them up. Tighten em up!

5. Put the next clamp on the mid pipe section and hang the new muffler onto the rubber hangers (again, quite a pain in the butt). After the muffler is on the hangers, line up the pipes and slide the clamp up onto the muffler section. There is kind of a kink in the piping to where you should slide it up to. ***IMPORTANT*** Line up the tips where you want on the bumper, then tighten down the last clamp.

Hope this helps the DIY'ers out there. Seems like most people pay to get this put on, when really it's a piece of cake after cutting the stock exhaust off.
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07 328Xi Montego Blue Coupe 6spd. Tinted, BMW SSK, BMW Perf. Exhaust, Aero Lip, painted grills.