I don't get it, what is with people and wanted to go all cheapo on their BMWs. Come on guys, you bought an expensive car, don't put crap on it. And more likely than not, cheap product = crappy product.
well for starters, im not rich, and the name brand exhausts are like 700-800 dollars.
my nice expensive beemer right now needs about $1000 in work done so buying top of the line exhaust isnt on the top of my list. i just dont want to pay more than 350 for an exhaust, so shoot me
I know what you mean. My next big purchase will be a camera. i almost got one a few weeks ago but they were out of stock. Between selling the box, selling some paintball stuff, and my paycheck, I'll have more than enough for a Sony DSC-F828 and a few goodies. Was going to get a Canon 300d, but played around with the sony and decided I liked it more.
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Its peoples preferences i agree with deloriant... i just wait that lil bit longer and save up a lil more for exhaust from a company i know and trust.... im glad i waited cause i LUV my triflo mmmmm hot damn
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I've decided right where the downpipes go into the cats and it goes 2 -1 then 1-2 at the cats I'm going to go 3" all the way back. Save a ton of weight. Now I've just got to decide what to put in for a cat resonator, and muffler so it doesn't sound too rice.
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