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  1. beemteam1001
    09-22-2008 09:15 AM
    beemteam1001
    o alright thanks for everyting
  2. beemteam1001
    09-21-2008 07:37 PM
    beemteam1001
    what do you mean a high pitch?
  3. beemteam1001
    09-18-2008 02:58 PM
    beemteam1001
    i got the rear resonator taken out for $30 yesterday and it sounds louder. Have ever ever thought about taking theother resonator out?
  4. beemteam1001
    09-14-2008 11:15 AM
    beemteam1001
    alright thanks ill let you know when i get it down see how i like it
  5. beemteam1001
    09-13-2008 08:18 PM
    beemteam1001
    it looks real good did you definitly notice a difference in sound
  6. beemteam1001
    09-13-2008 11:14 AM
    beemteam1001
    yeah if you have a pic i would like to see it and it will still pass emissons right?
  7. strsi
    09-05-2008 05:55 PM
    strsi
    my car is just a single pipe for the rear resonator. I know other models have dual pipes though. for mine ('00 328ci) all I needed was about a 2 foot section of 2.5" diameter piping to replace the rear resonator. I do exhaust work & welding myself to it was no problem for me to do the work.

    You can get exhaust piping at most autoparts stores or online. But it would be easiest to just take it to a muffler shop & have them do it for you. I would anticipate it costing no more then $75, should be even less though.

    let me know if u would like to see a pic or anything.
  8. beemteam1001
    09-05-2008 12:50 PM
    beemteam1001
    where did you get the pipes to delete the rear resonator

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