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      03-21-2015, 02:21 PM   #1
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E93 exhaust remove need help =(!!

I am unable to get the exhaust out.. it think the reinforcement bars is really blocking it, anyone remove their oem exhaust from a e93 without removing their reinforcement bars?
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      03-21-2015, 05:23 PM   #2
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Try this....

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...xhaust+removal
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When I removed my exhaust on my E92 to do the Oem. exhaust mod. I used WD-40 .
After it was a piece of cake...
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Hey I had the same problem when I did my exhaust. I had to get a torque wrench to remove the center bolt of the reforcement bar.
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so.. finally I remove the center bolt 18mm of the reinforcement bar and the two 13mm bolt on the left and right side of the bars. I should of done this on the 1st place.
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When I removed my exhaust on my E92 to do the Oem. exhaust mod. I used WD-40 .
After it was a piece of cake...
haha if I was working on a E92 I'll be done in 40 min max. The E93 have a lot of reinforcement bars under the car, making it much harder to remove the exhaust.
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haha if I was working on a E92 I'll be done in 40 min max. The E93 have a lot of reinforcement bars under the car, making it much harder to remove the exhaust.
Indeed , and you are right !
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