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      03-03-2006, 12:57 AM   #1
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Eisenmann Install

I was wondering if anybody can tell me how hard is it to install the exhaust and can i do in my own home. Do i need to weld? or is there clamps. I know that i need to cut. thanks
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i heard that all u do is cut the stock exhaust off and clamp the new exhaust on; comes with a clamp.
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you can cut, and clamp, but i heard it tends to leak.

other option is to bring it to a muffler shop to have it welded on. i'm sure they would be able to do it under $100.

on my e34, i had to do the same with the supersprint. muffler shop charged me $50 to install and weld.
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that one of the reason that I hold off on the eisenmann, I just want somthing that I can unbolt put in the new one without cutting
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that one of the reason that I hold off on the eisenmann, I just want somthing that I can unbolt put in the new one without cutting
You would need a header-back for that, not a muffler. Any muffler will need to be welded on to be leak proof.
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Does not need to be welded

Mine was not welded and it works fine
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I dont understand how it works w.o being welded? Wouldnt it fall off sota speak
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Does not need to be welded

Mine was not welded and it works fine
I said leak proof.
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The E90 Eisenmann exhaust comes with a clamp however I always recommend our customers weld it on.


Btw guys/gals I just got word from Eisenmann that a full cat-back system will be out very soon
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The E90 Eisenmann exhaust comes with a clamp however I always recommend our customers weld it on.


Btw guys/gals I just got word from Eisenmann that a full cat-back system will be out very soon
bolt up cat-back will be awesome, is that the how the tips going to look like
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full on catback?! sweet!!
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can someone explain to me how a bolt on/clamp on will work without the whole thing falling off?
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Lightbulb

OK here are some pics that might help you to understand...

stock exhaust:


stock exhaust cut off:


new exhaust "CLAMPED" on:

the new exhaust piping over laps the stock and is "clamped" on.. and the hangers prevent it from falling off...
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so could you put a quad exaust and rear apron on a leased car using the clamp method?
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