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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Thu, Feb-04-2010, 03:16:53 PM   #41
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you would need to get something like this to eliminate rasp yet still have cats


i run this on my car and love it
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that section 1 looks very familiar.
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you would need to get something like this to eliminate rasp yet still have cats


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I plan on getting headers soon and I have 2 AR-20's installed in my section one. If I were to order the 200 cell cats and have them installed in the same position as they are in this picture, would I need to buy longer O2 sensors to reach that far back?
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I plan on getting headers soon and I have 2 AR-20's installed in my section one. If I were to order the 200 cell cats and have them installed in the same position as they are in this picture, would I need to buy longer O2 sensors to reach that far back?
With the cats up front on section 1, you do not need to extend the O2 wires. There is about 18-inches of extra rear O2 wire under the engine cover.



You can see here how far back the rear O2 wires can reach.



Ensure you get the Magnaflow cats that are D-shaped. Round cats will not fit on the front of section 1 due to clearance issues.



Plus, you will need to trim a small section out of the plastic under panel to clear the left O2 sensor and remove the small bracket that holds the panel. The panel still fits fine and secure without the bracket.





You will need the 54905 (400 cell) or the 59905. Plus, the O2 bungs.

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With the cats up front on section 1, you do not need to extend the O2 wires. There is about 18-inches of extra rear O2 wire under the engine cover.



You can see here how far back the rear O2 wires can reach.



Ensure you get the Magnaflow cats that are D-shaped. Round cats will not fit on the front of section 1 due to clearance issues.



Plus, you will need to trim a small section out of the plastic under panel to clear the left O2 sensor and remove the small bracket that holds the panel. The panel still fits fine and secure without the bracket.





You will need the 54905 (400 cell) or the 59905. Plus, the O2 bungs.

CLICK HERE to see the cats and O2 bungs.
Thank you! I prefer the 200 cell, is that available in the D-Shaped format? Also, do you still install the bungs or is that something I'm going to have to do? Is there a method to it? I don't want to mess up the cats.
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P.S. Just to be clear, the cats will be in the rear of section one because the AR-20's are installed up front, where the OEM resonator use to be.
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Wow Jack! You have a section 1 for everyones needs.

By any chance do you have a section 1 with no resonators or cats lol?
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P.S. Just to be clear, the cats will be in the rear of section one because the AR-20's are installed up front, where the OEM resonator use to be.
You have the exhaust section confused. Check out our website for some of the various custom section 1 pipes we offer. Your AR20s are installed where the OE resonator was located which is the rear of section 1. Secondly, you don't want to install resonators in front of catalytic converters because they will reduce the efficiency if the cats. So, for you section 1, you need the D-shaped cats up front. As for the O2 bungs, those should be installed at the same time as the cats I order to get the location and orientation correct.

Installing the D-shaped cats on the from of section 1 is technically challenging. If done incorrectly, the cats will be touching the floor board or the side rail causing a sharp, loud vibration. Make sure you select a shop that knows what they are doing.
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By any chance do you have a section 1 with no resonators or cats lol?
Yes, that is his power pipe - the basis/canvas for all other section 1s.
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