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Stainless Steel Exhaust


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Guys is anyone running the Walloth & Nesch stainless steel exhaust, the one that exits to the side?

 

Not the Sebring one which will fit my Euro 74, but doesn’t fit the US 74 without work.

The Sebring looks great, but my cut out is to the side.

I think it’s time for a new exhaust, the OEM has only lasted 12 years!😜

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Have it on my 1968 1600 Cabriolet. Looks stock, fits like stock, has a good note, doesn't sound tinny or metallic.

 

Have the Sebring stainless on my 1973 2002Tii it fits well & has a louder than stock note.

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Andrew Wilson
Vern- 1973 2002tii, https://www.bmw2002faq.com/blogs/blog/304-andrew-wilsons-vern-restoration/ 
Veronika- 1968 1600 Cabriolet, Athena- 1973 3.0 CSi,  Rodney- 1988 M5, The M3- 1997 M3,

The Unicorn- 2007 X3, Julia- 2007 Z4 Coupe, Ophelia- 2014 X3, Herman- 1914 KisselKar 4-40

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11 hours ago, adawil2002 said:

Have it on my 1968 1600 Cabriolet. Looks stock, fits like stock, has a good note, doesn't sound tinny or metallic.

 

Have the Sebring stainless on my 1973 2002Tii it fits well & has a louder than stock note.

Do you have any pictures of the way the Sebring looks from the back? Does the rear muffler and tailpipe hang lower than the standard side exit, other pictures I’ve seen seem to show it sitting below the rear panel so a cut out wouldn’t be needed?

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I also have it on my '70.  Front to rear.  All stainless.  Fit really well.  OE brackets fit really well.  Header has a 5mm thick bulkhead plate and nuts that I used to hold it were special high heat high grade aircraft and 9mm.  I can get that info if you need it.  Overall very pleased, no knocking around.  I asked about sound when I got it and I got "in Europe we do not allow loud exhausts" and I think it sounds great - stock to slightly louder but I am half deaf from being around rotating equipment.    Shipping went well too - no damage.  Clamp on tail pipe to resonator pipe originally slipped but then I looked up torque spec and got mid-evil on it and solved that issue first try and within spec.  I did trim the tailpipe 1/8 inch on the end above the rear axel because the muffler was a bit too far back for my car...

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