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      07-02-2016, 12:59 AM   #1
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135i Quad Exhaust

I know this has been done to death but I was wondering if its possible to run a full twin exhaust on the N54 135i? I notice there are some systems that go twin DP'S, twin mid pipes, then into one at a Y joint or resonator and then into a single back box and then split back into 2 to go quad at the rear? Why not just go full twin all the way?
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It's been done before by iCarbon but they're no longer around.
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So it is physically possible without relocating the battery? If that's the case I could maybe get a custom one made up.
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