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    ▀▄ eas | Macht Schnell e9x N54 Catless Track Downpipe Installation (DIY)

    In an ongoing video tutorial series from Macht Schnell, this post will outline the steps needed for installation of the the N54 Catless Track Downpipes on a 2008 BMW 335i Coupe:



    Time needed for installation is approximately 2 hours.

    Enjoy.

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    great video
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by mazdaspeed6 Click here to enlarge
    great video
    Yep, very helpful.

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    Very nice vid.

    What was the purpose of unbolting the steering rack? Did you have to move it a bit? Couldn't tell from the video...
    2009 335i: PROcede V4 with BMS DCI (still not sure how they get along!)

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Doug007 Click here to enlarge
    Very nice vid.

    What was the purpose of unbolting the steering rack? Did you have to move it a bit? Couldn't tell from the video...
    it allows you to slide it back and forth...giving you more space to maneuver your hands up to where the dp's mate to the turbos.

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