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Old 06-07-2002, 11:05 AM   #1
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Where to buy perfect fitting single DTM exhaust tips for M3?

I'm looking to replace my regular stock tips w/DTM ones..where can I get perfect fitting ones that protrudes out as much as some aftermarket exhaust like Eisenhaus, SS,..etc and are bolt ons like the OEM ones..I don't like those cheap BORLA tips where you basically screw it on and the tip protrudes 234534623456 inches out! Thanks!
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Old 06-07-2002, 11:50 AM   #2
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I know Remus makes single DTM tips. I found these. The badge is only something that the dealer where I buy things put on so they can sell it as their own.


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Old 06-07-2002, 02:42 PM   #3
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I just held these up for comparison...

http://www.nexternal.com/uuc/?Target...s.asp&RowID=85

This shows our standard 3" tips which we made available as an upgrade for non-M3 E46:


If you remove the riveted-on trim tip, it looks like our tip should fit over the inner pipe:


However, if that does not prove to be the case, the necked-down portion of our tip can be cut off, and the 3" diameter could be tack-welded over the original trim tip:


I think these might just work perfectly!

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So Rob, no modification is needed for the UUC tips? Just undo the old oem ones...and put the new ones on? How much are they? Also, rob..when are you guys coming out w/the illuminated rob knob III? I have the UUC SSK..need a heavier shift knob!
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how much is it to weld tips at a shop anyways?
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So Rob, no modification is needed for the UUC tips? Just undo the old oem ones...and put the new ones on?
That's what it looks like. I have not drilled out the rivets on the OE exhaust here to check... I only looked because you asked! ;-)

But it looks like that's all that should be required.

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How much are they?
$45/pair, you can even click on the link in my previous post to order them.

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Almost done, a few more weeks!

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Rob, is there anyway you can find out if they fit FOR SURE?
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