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One of our newest Mod Experts Jake recently worked with this customer to help put the finishing touch on this customer’s M4-inspired F33 428i Convertible- up front the OEM M-Sport front bumper looks the part with the custom kidney grilles, but single-exit exhaust really killed the character of the tail of the car.

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The custom double kidneys are a fantastic touch.IMG_1449

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Like we said, the OEM single exit exhaust really lets the car down – so let’s go ahead and fix that.

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Removing the OEM axle-back F32 exhaust was no big deal, and with the diffuser off, it was a snap to mount the new Remus Quad Exhaust for BMW 428i into place.IMG_1526-(2)

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The Remus Exhaust Quad Exhaust system for the 428i is only available with polished quad tips, but they look fantastic, so who cares?

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Using a special template from Remus, Mod Auto’s professional installers neatly made a cutout exactly the right shape and spot for the quad exhaust setup.IMG_1526-(2)

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If you have questions about upgrading your BMW F32 428i, we invite you to talk to the Modification Experts. Call Jake directly at 714-582-3330 or chat live with the Mod Experts at ModBargains.com or just give us a call at 714-582-3330 and any of our experts can help you make an informed purchasing decision so that you can trust that you’ll be totally happy with the upgrade you’re about to drop some cash on and don’t end up with a part you don’t like.

Story & Photos by Nicholas Gregson

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