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Old Today, 12:26 PM   #6181
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my 325iS 1990 model ran a dual exhaust.
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Old Today, 01:02 PM   #6182
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I have a x pipe on my E30. And duals back to a single Borla muffler.
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Old Today, 03:44 PM   #6183
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Originally Posted by wholepailofwater View Post
New X pipe ?

Is the person running a dual exhaust setup? why would you use an X pipe on a bmw inline 6?

The OEM E30 exhaust on a 325 is dual so you could put an xpipe in there.

I have an Xpipe on my S54 in my e30, headers going into dual 2.25 inch section one, dual cats, X pipe to dual 2.25 pipes again into dual inlet E36 exhaust.

Its pretty common to put Xpipes on the S54 which is inline 6 to quiet the rasp.
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Old Today, 05:34 PM   #6184
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Sounds good, got it!

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