Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

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Pierrick
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Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by Pierrick » Sun 23 Mar, 2014 04:15

Hi all, if anyone has a second hand exhaust for sale I might be interested, depending on the price.

Ar if you know where to find a good quality one...

I'm looking for the back box and silencer part, the front is fine.

EOM or aftermarket.

Thanks.

Pierrick
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by Pierrick » Tue 25 Mar, 2014 22:46

Still looking... very urgent!

Thanks.

Jonco
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by Jonco » Wed 26 Mar, 2014 08:48

[quote="Pierrick"].................Ar if you know where to find a good quality one...

I'm looking for the back box and silencer part, the front is fine.[quote]

Can't help with a secondhand one but if you are looking to keep the car then it is worth investing in stainless . Cobra or Longlife are good quality but expect to pay £325 to 400 for a cat back. Google `Longlife Exhausts' for your local dealer

dw1985
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by dw1985 » Wed 26 Mar, 2014 11:48

good old ebay, less than £250 and running fine (apart from needing a new rubber mount as mine has perished) :)
My Zeemer: 1998 BMW Z3 1.9 Atlanta Blue

Pierrick
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by Pierrick » Wed 26 Mar, 2014 22:06

There are lot on e-bay at around 140£.

And I'd like to buy a stainless one but it seems to be too expensive for my wallet! Knowing that I just spend quite a few pounds on schocks and springs.

Anyone ever bought an exhaust from euro car parts? Or car parts for less?

Pierrick
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by Pierrick » Mon 21 Apr, 2014 18:06

Bought from car parts for less and fitted.

Post can be removed. Thanks.

henrycrun
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by henrycrun » Mon 21 Apr, 2014 19:35

Any good ?
How quick was the delivery ?

Pierrick
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by Pierrick » Mon 21 Apr, 2014 20:48

Sorry I wrote this a bit too quickly, I bought from eura car parts, but this is the same company anyway!

So, the quality seems ok but the exhaust touches under the car! I'll have to make a spacial bracket to hold it back from the underside.

So, a bit annoying...

dw1985
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by dw1985 » Tue 22 Apr, 2014 07:59

Pierrick wrote:Sorry I wrote this a bit too quickly, I bought from eura car parts, but this is the same company anyway!

So, the quality seems ok but the exhaust touches under the car! I'll have to make a spacial bracket to hold it back from the underside.

So, a bit annoying...
I have the same issue its because the standard exhaust has a section that is 'squished' and almost flat so it doesn't catch on the chassis also the rubber hanger hole is too big for aftermarket exhausts at the same point.
My Zeemer: 1998 BMW Z3 1.9 Atlanta Blue

henrycrun
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by henrycrun » Tue 22 Apr, 2014 08:15

Would you be able to give us their Item Description and Part Number - so that we can avoid buying the same item.
Thanks.

Pierrick
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Re: Wanted Exhaust 1.9L

Post by Pierrick » Thu 24 Apr, 2014 21:16

Hi, here is the part number from euro car parts:705111531

I'm not sure I would say this is a bad buy as the quality seems good and with a few bits of metal you should be able to make a mount to avoid the exhaust touching the car.

And the price is ok too!

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