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Fits: 1999 BMW Z3; 2.8, 6L, 2000 BMW Z3; 2.8, 6L, 1997 BMW Z3; 2.8, 6L, 1998 BMW Z3; 2.8, 6L

PART# 16712

Price: $679.80
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Price: $976.41
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Fits: 96-9/98 BMW Z3 1.9L 116hp/140hp

PART# 085596 0549

Tip Type: Angle-Cut
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*New* 1997-1998 BMW Z3 2.8L Magnaflow 23992 Direct Fit Catalytic Converter

NEW BMW Oxygen Sensor 25013 11781427884 328i 328is 528i M3 Z3

OBX Catback Cat Back Rear Exhaust FITS 1996 1997 1998 BMW Z3 Roadster 1.9L

Magnaflow Cat-Back Exhaust for 97-00 BMW Z3 L6 2.8L 16712

NEW BMW Oxygen Sensor 25163 11781406981 M3 Z3

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of performance exhaust systems so that you have all the options you want. Our store is full of truck exhaust systems, car exhaust systems, diesel exhaust systems, SUV exhaust systems, dual exhaust systems, and cat-back exhausts, so take a look at our fantastic selection. Whether you are looking for a top-of-the-line BMW Z3 performance exhaust system or a cheap BMW Z3 exhaust or anything in between, we've got great choices for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your BMW Z3 exhaust system needs!

Most exhaust systems are also referred to as cat-back exhausts. This is because in general, aftermarket exhausts are made to start from the catalytic converter and go back. So in general exhausts include all the exhaust piping starting from the catalytic converter and going back, including the muffler and muffler tip(s).

Some manufacturers make axle-back exhausts, which do not include the segment of exhaust piping between the catalytic converter and the rear axle of the vehicle. Our product descriptions will denote if any exhaust system is an axle-back.

Many people buy exhaust systems so their car or truck will sound better. Lucky for us, many manufacturers do sound testing as part of the R&D process when engineering their exhaust systems. So there are a lot of good products on the market to choose from. If manufacturers make sound clips available for exhausts, we will have a link to it from the detail page of the product listing for the part. Otherwise, as a general rule of thumb, you get what you pay for when it comes to exhaust systems, meaning that the more affordable ones are an upgrade over your factory exhaust but probably won't sound as good or perform as well as the ones that cost more. The higher cost is normally attributed to large R&D expenditures in most cases, meaning you should expect better sound and air flow from the ones that cost more.

If you have any questions about exhaust systems we carry, contact us any time!
Q: What does an ehaust system do? Why buy an exhaust system?
A: A performance exhaust system is used to increase horsepower for your car by allowing exhaust gases to pass through your exhaust system with less backpressure and less resistance. Larger-diameter piping is normally used, depending on the application, in order to gain more horsepower and torque levels throughout the power band. A performance exhaust system can be the most cost-effective modification you can do to get more horsepower out of your car, not to mention that it will give your car a deeper more aggressive sound. And depending on the brand, performance exhaust systems normally include gorgeous new mufflers that add a great appearance to your car.

Q: How do you install an exhaust system?
A: Exhaust systems are installed using the supplied hardware, which includes gaskets and high grade bolts. This is truly a bolt-on procedure and most exhaust systems are an exact fit with no modifications needed. For this reason, getting a performance exhaust system is normally considered one of the easiest ways to gain noticeable horsepower for your car.

Q: What exactly does "cat-back" mean when people say "cat-back exhaust"?
A: Many performance exhaust systems are also referred to as cat-back exhausts. Cat-back means that the exhaust piping starts from your catalytic converter and runs back all the way to the exhaust tip(s).

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