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      04-14-2010, 09:56 AM   #1
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e90 m3 eisenmann race install on e92 m3?

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i know the tips are longer on e92 exhaust than e90 but a friend gave me his e90 eisenmann race so i was wondering if it is possible to do this install without making the m3 rear look bad..

thanks in advance
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      04-14-2010, 11:06 AM   #2
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I gotta find friends like that

But seriously I think you can. There is a way to make the pipes a little longer I believe.
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But seriously I think you can. There is a way to make the pipes a little longer I believe.

I bet it would look good..... the tips would be tucked under the bumper a bit thats all.
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I recommend buying a diffuser for the rear.
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I recommend buying a diffuser for the rear.
+1. It'll look much better if there's a diffuser there
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I recommend buying a diffuser for the rear.

Why a Diffuser Nate??? He wants to put an E90 Muffler on an E92....... Wouldn't you think the Diffuser would make the tips look even shorter and more recessed under the bumper???
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hi all,

i know the tips are longer on e92 exhaust than e90 but a friend gave me his e90 eisenmann race so i was wondering if it is possible to do this install without making the m3 rear look bad..

thanks in advance
damn I need some new friends. Do it and see if it looks ok.
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