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      01-28-2009, 04:23 PM   #1
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getting my 335i rear bumper tommmorw, but there no room for the 2nd exhaust?

i took my rear bumper off to get it ready for it to be installed. and i look under the car and i dont see where any piping can go to create a 2nd exhaust. i see a whole bunch of plastic. any solutions?
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i took my rear bumper off to get it ready for it to be installed. and i look under the car and i dont see where any piping can go to create a 2nd exhaust. i see a whole bunch of plastic. any solutions?
The spare compartment for the trunk is bigger in the 328i. You will have to get the 335i trunk compartment to allow for the 2nd muffler to fit as mentioned in arious threads.
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What he said.
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as in you mean change out the whole trunk?
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as in you mean change out the whole trunk?
No... There is a removeable storage compartment under the trunk liner that can be replaced.
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where can i find them at?
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With this muffler you donít have to remove the trunk compartment.
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ok i understand now, so there are no location for you the screw the bumper in from the bottom?
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looks like he didnt have to remove anything here. just bo ther me that the bottom doesnt screw on. but will it wobble?
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