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The center resonator has quite a few holes at this point. Though welded shut I assume this will continue to a problem. What are people doing about turbo muffler parts these days? Anyone remaking them?

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On 12/3/2018 at 8:30 PM, Yale said:

The center resonator has quite a few holes at this point. Though welded shut I assume this will continue to a problem. What are people doing about turbo muffler parts these days? Anyone remaking them?

 

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=2291-EUR-07-1974-114-BMW-2002turbo&diagId=18_0331

 

Unless you need the side exit, then you will have to cut and weld on a proper extension, sometimes using the old pipe if it is not too rusty.

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Of course I have a side exit version. Though there is a center muffler and pipe fitted at this point. 

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I just replaced my whole exhaust system for similar reasons. Carl Nelson ordered the late version from BMW in Germany and modified to suit my ‘74. Works, fits and sounds great.


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I was searching my archives and came upon this company in England making exhausts, though no side exit, you might be able to convince them to do so.

 

 

www.quicksilverexhausts.com

 

HTH

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On 12/6/2018 at 11:47 PM, Einspritz said:

Unless you need the side exit, then you will have to cut and weld on a proper extension, sometimes using the old pipe if it is not too rusty.

Forgive my ignorance, what's the side exit discussed here? Any pictures??

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5 hours ago, dlacey said:

Forgive my ignorance, what's the side exit discussed here? Any pictures??

I believe the turbo 2002 was equipped with either a center or right side muffler configuration (at the rear apron).  A true "side exit" exhaust is typically found on race cars.  

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Thanks now I understand... centre or side exit in the rear valance...  i was thinking more ankle-burner:

 

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