aFe Power Releases a Cat-Back Exhaust System for the 2001-06 BMW (E46) M3 L6-3.2L S54

The MACH Force XP exhaust system for the BMW (E46) M3 produced 14hp and 13lbs. x ft. of torque. This exhaust system is constructed from TIG-welded, 2.5" mandrel bent 304 stainless steel and uses dual, high flow transverse mufflers. Also included, is an X-Pipe balance tube which equalizes and evenly distributes exhaust pulses for increased flow and performance across the power band while maintaining a great tone. To finish off this system are four aFe laser etched, 3" slash cut polished 304 stainless steel tips. This exhaust uses all factory hanger locations for a hassle free installation. No modifications necessary.

An X-pipe balance tube is used to equalize and evenly distribute exhaust pulses which minimizes exhaust drone and increases flow and performance. All systems use factory mounting locations providing stability and hassle-free installation High quality OE style flanges and band clamps are used for a complete 360 degree sealing surface. Free-flowing dual transverse mufflers are used to absorb high pitch tones producing a powerful sound and unleashing all available horsepower and torque.

P/N 49-36314 retails for $1532.38 and both are available in stores now. For more information on this or any other aFe product, please visit our website at www.aFepower.com or contact our Power Professionals at (888) 901-7693.

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