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      07-19-2013, 11:22 AM   #1
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Feeler FS: E90 downpipe back exhaust with secondary cats removed

About two weeks ago I had the secondary cats removed in conjunction with my catless downpipes. The sound is way better but not quiet enough for me. Im in process of finding a new exhaust and wanted to see if anyone would be interested in my modified setup. I dont have any pictures but just picture 2.5inch pipes in place of the secondary cats.

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      07-21-2013, 06:38 PM   #3
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Have a sound clip of the current set up during daily driving?
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I dont have one personally but it is the exact setup this guy is running.



Sounds real nice on start up and not bad from behind, but the BMW does too good of a job insulating the cab i guess.
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mm that sounds nice. i don't think it'll fit my e92 though.
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it would if you wanted to cut the tips and weld on your own i believe, but dont quote me on that one
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Bump, this exhaust will be for sale in a week or two
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