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      07-05-2012, 04:10 PM   #1
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Arrow Need some exhaust measurements

my e92 M3 hasnt arrived yet, I am using a returned DRB Motorsports exhaust system and cutting off the mufflers and installing a dual in/dual out magnaflow with an internal cross pipe. I need the measurement in between the two pipes going into the factory muffler...thanks guys

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      07-05-2012, 04:20 PM   #2
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so i am using the old drb t304 piping then using a 90 degree joints into this, then 90 degree joints out..just want to make sure this muffler is short enough to add the 90's in and out..thanks
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      07-05-2012, 04:33 PM   #3
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please dont laugh, but I clipped a picture of the magnaflow into the DRB exhaust so you guys get the jist, cheers
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I have that same muffler, I was planning on removing the xpipe and putting this muffler in its place. I have the Magnaflow cat back already.
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If you are looking for the distance between the stock connecting pipes, we need to know where to make the measurements because they are different distances apart depending upon where you are (they aren't parallel at all times). How you decide where that location is (how far forward or back the muffler will be positioned on the car) is going to be highly dependent upon the dimensions of the muffler and the bends required to make the tips work and mate up to the stock pipes. I don't this this is something that can be done over the internet. You'll probably have to wait until you have it in front of you.

Nonetheless, I have a rear section sitting around so give me some more details on what you need and I'll try to help.
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i have a feeling you maybe right, going to get some 90 degree bends to have, then start playing with positions with my muffler/welder guy when the car gets here next week
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Can the Magnaflow flow that way? (No pun intended) Won't the opposing gas streams meet in the middle and cause back pressure, even with a cross?
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Can the Magnaflow flow that way? (No pun intended) Won't the opposing gas streams meet in the middle and cause back pressure, even with a cross?
I think that setup would also lead to more restriction..transversely mounted like that
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Can the Magnaflow flow that way? (No pun intended) Won't the opposing gas streams meet in the middle and cause back pressure, even with a cross?
I think that setup would also lead to more restriction..transversely mounted like that
I had that muffler setup that way in my 335 and it made more power than a straight through design. Magnaflow now sells their 335i system with that muffler.
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If the pipes are straight through design like on many magnaflow, the proposed use would not be good for performance. If it is all open chamber inside, it would work. One quick look through the muffler and you will know.
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I think that setup would also lead to more restriction..transversely mounted like that
I was thinking the same thing
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i called Magnaflow, they have several cat back designs using similar muffler setup, he said no issue at all...hmm
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i called Magnaflow, they have several cat back designs using similar muffler setup, he said no issue at all...hmm
I said that earlier. I made the same or a bit more power.
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yeah, I know...wanted to be sure and their are always skeptics out there..here is their description
"MagnaFlow Mufflers - MF14386

Two perforated cores in Tru-X mufflers intersect in the middle to pull gases, rather than push them, through the exhaust system. This suction effect diminishes the decibel level and boosts mid-range horsepower, improving overall engine performance.


Features:
•Unique exhaust flow increases mid-range horsepower, torque and fuel efficiency, improving engine performance◦Two stainless steel, perforated cores intersect in the middle of the muffler
◦Innovative "X"-shaped design pulls exhaust, rather than pushing it, through the muffler

•Intersecting cores create a suction effect that all but eliminates noisy exhaust flow to deliver a smooth, deep tone
•Lap-joint welding provides durable construction - also prevents distortion and cracking
•100% Stainless steel composition resists corrosion◦Polished finish gives the muffler a mirror-like finish

•Reversible muffler functions in both directions; can be flipped around for custom installation
•Welding required for installation
•Made in USA"
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