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      01-06-2021, 08:41 AM   #1
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X6 E71 35i exhaust options

While looking through past threads in this forum, it looks like the only options for exhaust upgrades/modifications are either:

- Golf tee mode
- Expensive $2k+ axle back exhaust upgrade
- muffler delete
- secondary CATs delete
- secondary CATs & Mid-muffler delete and replace with X-pipe
- secondary CATs & Mid-muffler replaced by Variant resonators and X-pipe
- Mid-muffler delete and replace with X-pipe

I would like to:
- replace the rear mufflers with some 44 series Flowmasters but I don't think there may be enough room under there to allow for two flowmaster mufflers (one for each side). I believe their overall length is 20" but the body is only 14".

What have you guys done? Any sound clips?
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      01-06-2021, 12:40 PM   #2
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Most restrictive part is preCAT, replace is with catted pipe, software tune from reputable company and that's it.
It's not honda civic to delete mufflers.
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