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Old 02-07-2013, 11:19 PM   #1
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Could a x5 or x3 fit a 325 ci ?

Could a x5 or x3. Good fit a 325 ci ?
Any one know size catalic converter for a 325 ci 02.
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Old 02-07-2013, 11:29 PM   #2
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Question 1: No, a 325ci could neither fit in an X3 nor an X5.

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Old 02-07-2013, 11:32 PM   #3
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Old 02-08-2013, 06:43 AM   #5
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Thanka and I meant a hood my bad. Not Good
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:05 AM   #6
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Better check that HPFP. Might be malfunctioning.
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Could a x5 or x3. Good fit a 325 ci ?
Any one know size catalic converter for a 325 ci 02.
Guys, cmon there are three questions here.

So the first question is:

Could a x5 or x3?

Second question:

Good fit a 325ci?

Third:

Anyone know size catalic converter for 325ci 02?

Let's get some real answers.
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Guys, cmon there are three questions here.

So the first question is:

Could a x5 or x3?

Second question:

Good fit a 325ci?

Third:

Anyone know size catalic converter for 325ci 02?

Let's get some real answers.
Could a x5 or x3?

a: Maybe, but what is it you need them to do?

Good fit a 325ci?

a: No, nothing fits in a 325Ci.

Anyone know size catalic converter for 325ci 02?

a: yes, i'm sure someone knows, but not me.
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The correct answer: It's always <= a 325.

OP, I doubt anyone has tried to put an X hood on an E46. Try it and report back. Catalytic converter part number can be found on realoem.
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Odds are that you don't need a catalytic convertor...and you know, the warranty on them is 10 or 15 years...something like that. Look into that.

Otherwise, great thread...subbed...would read again.
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Better check that HPFP. Might be malfunctioning.
roll with that idea.
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