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      06-23-2014, 10:11 PM   #1
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E90 exhaust fitment

I have a 2011 Sedan. Looking at some exhaust on this forum. Would an exhaust for an E92 / E93 fit the E90 sedan?

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I have a 2011 Sedan. Looking at some exhaust on this forum. Would an exhaust for an E92 / E93 fit the E90 sedan?

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Yes. All it will do is stick out about an inch (give or take depending on the model of exhaust you get)

A diffuser will fix this if the fitment doesn't satisfy you.
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I have a 2011 Sedan. Looking at some exhaust on this forum. Would an exhaust for an E92 / E93 fit the E90 sedan?

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Depending on which exhaust you get a diffuser will not fix it either. The tips stick out way too much and look hideous. If you want I can show you pictures.
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I have an Akra Evo that came off an E92. The tips are adjustable enough to tuck right under the rear bumper on my E90.
I believe the Evolve has the same amount of adjustment
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I have an Akra Evo that came off an E92. The tips are adjustable enough to tuck right under the rear bumper on my E90.
I believe the Evolve has the same amount of adjustment
This seems really weird because my e90 akrapovic exhaust sticks out too far for my liking on my car with the tips adjusted all the way in... Mine are carbon fiber, maybe that is the difference?
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Dunno...
I'll take some after pictures from when I made the adjustment. I have the before pictures

I also know that from different angles, it may appear to stick out more
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My E90 with an E92 fitment Akra Evo. These pictures were with the exhaust not adjusted yet to E90 length


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If you have adjustable tips AND a diffuser, an e92 exhaust will fit an e90. I have an e92 AE exhaust on my e90
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Here is the exhaust adjusted to my E90



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I'll have to snap some pics of the Milltek exhaust I got. It's for an e92/93, but it doesn't look bad as it sits. With the diffuser I'm getting, it'll make it look perfect
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Active Autowerke exhaust have adjustable tips for all applications, sedan, coupe, vert and diffusers.
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Here is the exhaust adjusted to my E90



LOOKS GREAT after the adjustment!

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The simple answer is yes they will fit.

Detailed answer would be adjustable tips will fit better. I kind of like the tips sticking out a little but thats me.

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