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Old 02-14-2005, 09:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What does everyone think about this full exhaust system. Please look...looks cheap and shitty but i dont know...
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Doesn't look horrible... I would want some specifications though. That is a lot of important parts and if they do not work well together you will get not gain and perhaps even hurt your performance.
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Old 02-14-2005, 10:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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cheap and shitty is correct. go save some money and get a full exhaust from supersprint or aa, borla or someone reputatable. ssautochrome is an ebay brand.
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Old 02-14-2005, 10:51 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I would be suspicious of anything stainless steel that cheap. You can get a Bosal cat-back system for under $300 (Bosal is also BMW oem Supplier), A Remus for about $400, A Borla for just under $500. IMHO, better deals all around.
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Old 02-14-2005, 11:40 PM   #6 (permalink)
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i wouldnt get it....

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Old 02-15-2005, 08:33 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Thanks i doubt ill buy it.
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Old 02-15-2005, 08:56 AM   #8 (permalink)
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How do the downpipes connect to the headers in that pic? Did anyone else catch that?
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How do the downpipes connect to the headers in that pic? Did anyone else catch that?
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Holy shit i just saw that...i will def stay away from these parts. Thanks
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i personally dont see why its that bad of a deal, as long as it is stainless then what could be wrong with it, and you can weld flanges on those down pipes to bolt to the headers, the headers arent tuned but its still an full stainless exhaust. you wont be able to find a better deal on a full exhaust with headers and downpipes for close to 250, and there is no way it can hurt your performance, unless the muffler has more restriction then your stock muffler which i doubt it, i would go for it but i also have the means to make it work any way necessary
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i personally dont see why its that bad of a deal, as long as it is stainless then what could be wrong with it, and you can weld flanges on those down pipes to bolt to the headers, the headers arent tuned but its still an full stainless exhaust. you wont be able to find a better deal on a full exhaust with headers and downpipes for close to 250, and there is no way it can hurt your performance, unless the muffler has more restriction then your stock muffler which i doubt it, i would go for it but i also have the means to make it work any way necessary
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I see...I will research and look around for a while longer and soon decided whether I will purchase these or not. I talked to a local shop call Zero Lift, and they told me to stay away from that SSAUTOCHROME stuff because it was made in Taiwan and shit breaks alot with it. So I don't know what I will do yet.
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assuming it is stainless what can break on it?
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Originally posted by newbimmerdriver+Feb 15 2005, 05:41 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(newbimmerdriver @ Feb 15 2005, 05:41 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-e30fanm3@Feb 15 2005, 04:02 PM
i personally dont see why its that bad of a deal, as long as it is stainless then what could be wrong with it, and you can weld flanges on those down pipes to bolt to the headers, the headers arent tuned but its still an full stainless exhaust. you wont be able to find a better deal on a full exhaust with headers and downpipes for close to 250, and there is no way it can hurt your performance, unless the muffler has more restriction then your stock muffler which i doubt it, i would go for it but i also have the means to make it work any way necessary
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I see...I will research and look around for a while longer and soon decided whether I will purchase these or not. I talked to a local shop call Zero Lift, and they told me to stay away from that SSAUTOCHROME stuff because it was made in Taiwan and shit breaks alot with it. So I don't know what I will do yet.
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not only will it break, it sounds very ricey ur car will sound like a bee
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i personally dont see why its that bad of a deal, as long as it is stainless then what could be wrong with it, and you can weld flanges on those down pipes to bolt to the headers, the headers arent tuned but its still an full stainless exhaust. you wont be able to find a better deal on a full exhaust with headers and downpipes for close to 250, and there is no way it can hurt your performance, unless the muffler has more restriction then your stock muffler which i doubt it, i would go for it but i also have the means to make it work any way necessary
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I see...I will research and look around for a while longer and soon decided whether I will purchase these or not. I talked to a local shop call Zero Lift, and they told me to stay away from that SSAUTOCHROME stuff because it was made in Taiwan and shit breaks alot with it. So I don't know what I will do yet.
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not only will it break, it sounds very ricey ur car will sound like a bee
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yeah i really dont want to to get my car to sound like a ricer, i dont wanna sound like all those hatches and coupes and shit like that. Thanks...i think i will be purchasing cat back exhaust soon. Thanks
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