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      10-11-2012, 02:57 AM   #1
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How to fit a 335i exhaust on a 328i

I've searched and searched for hours on this forum and google, got some good info but still didn't get a solid answer..

does anyone know exactly what is needed? I have a 335i muffler lying around from my old 335i i want to put on my 328i, or if it's not too complicated i'm thinking about getting a oem 335i exhaust /muffler and just putting that one, the unbalanced piping look at the rear looks horrible.

from what I read it seems like a lot of people were saying that you need to "cut into the trunk storage?" what does that mean exactly? does anyone have a picture that shows/compares the two different car's undercarriage?

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Look for the thread I want an M3 exhaust. Some posted some pics is that they did to they're 328i and mentioned something about replacing the trunk storage bin and could be costly. I agree with you, I'd like to put an M3 exhaust on my E93 but don't want to cut into my trunk. Replacing the storage bin would be the way to go but who knows how much that will cost in the end. Hope this helps.
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Look for the thread I want an M3 exhaust. Some posted some pics is that they did to they're 328i and mentioned something about replacing the trunk storage bin and could be costly. I agree with you, I'd like to put an M3 exhaust on my E93 but don't want to cut into my trunk. Replacing the storage bin would be the way to go but who knows how much that will cost in the end. Hope this helps.
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thanks you guys! appreciate the info!


anyone have the bottom of a 328i i can use to compare now to see what i need to modify?
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