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Old 10-17-2008, 12:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I'v had my 735il for 3 months now and you know i would realy like to hear the the "song of the beast" i just can't get used to the lack of sound..I love the power the leather,the leg room (I'm 6'3) but it is just lacking a voice now I don't want loud, but a mellow roar...remember 30 or 40 years ago befor goverment told us how to think and what to hear ..I like the sound of the engine I like to hear the howl on the highway and I like this car..has anyone tried a change ,,,and yes I will dump the catalitic converter ...i figger after 200,000 k it's dead anyway..so 2 1/2 pipe with a magnaflow muffler ..any ideas??or wornings ..will the computer be able to ajust to the better flow? would a K&N air filter be worth any error codes?humm the kids seem to pull more power with the remaping of the fule system and spark management ..maybe a MSD 6 igniton upgrade..has anyone tried this?
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Old 10-17-2008, 12:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try rear COBRA back boxes with twin pipes ( thats 4 tails ) coming out the back, the rear valance will have to be cut to accomodate so they stick straight out, a good exhaust centre should do be able to do this standing on their heads!!!: the sound MAGIC.

K&N dont bother, a re-map is good, but if you really want awesome buy a 740i, also get the adaptations erased via diagnostics, then take it out for a good thrashing.
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Old 10-29-2008, 09:08 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Old 10-29-2008, 11:20 PM   #4 (permalink)
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sorry guy's I havn't heard of either of thoe's systems....what I have seen in bimmer mag's I don't get the need for 1400 dollars or more for a low restiction muffler..when I have done a stainless system in 3 1/2 inch for my truck for all of 600...has anyone changed the system on thiers? and to what results??
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