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Eisenmann exh

Discussion in 'General Banter' started by sean16tbc, Jan 22, 2012.

  1. sean16tbc

    sean16tbc Zorg Addict

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    Iam looking into fitting a Eisenmann Exh...Question???..where best to purchase and do they come complete with all fittings...for Z3 2.2i...Sean.
     
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    Hi Sean,

    Sorry i haven't spotted you didn't get a reply sooner. I'm just bumping this to see if anyone can help at all?

    I know some of our members have fitted these units so hopefully someone can pitch in and answer your question :)

    Cheers,
    James
     
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    Wow how come we missed this one my apologies as well. Not sure where to buy one myself but doesn't Gazhyde have one fitted to his Z3 or is that a supersprint can't remember.
     
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    My eisenmann was second hand, so can't tell you what it came with of the shelf...

    Edit with more info: The exhaust I bought was a back box only. To fit it the existing back box pipe had to be cut, and the Eisenmann had a flared end which fitted over the remaining length of pipe. This was then fixed with U clamps.
     
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    Thanks for your advise....Looks like i could get away with Just the rear box which would be cheaper...I will keep you all informed.
     

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