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Old 01-23-2005, 12:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone, I have been reading this forum for a while, but haven't posted much yet because I don't have a BMW. I will be getting a '93-'95 325is pretty soon, and have been putting together a list of mods I plan to do to it. I think I've got it pretty much all worked out except for the exhaust. What I am trying to achieve is a civilized exhaust note for daily driving, but I want it to growl when I rev it up. The exhausts I am currently looking at are UUC Twin Silencer, AA Gen. 3, Dinan, etc. I do not want my car to sound ricey at all, and I have seen Deloriant's System U videos, and it seems too loud for me. Any input would be great.
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Old 01-23-2005, 01:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i would recommend the aa tuning or the uuc u system

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Ok thanks, they don't havea sound clip up there of the Twin silencer, is it quieter than the system u?
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Old 01-23-2005, 04:14 PM   #5 (permalink)
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My vote goes for Rogue Engineering!

That's what I'm going to put on my 325is unless I cheap out and do an OEM M3 exhaust...
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Ok thanks, they don't havea sound clip up there of the Twin silencer, is it quieter than the system u?
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Twin Silencer is MUCH quieter than the System U.
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I don't know if an intake is on your list of mods, but if you are looking for a sound that's civilized at low rpms but roars when you open the throttle, check into an ECIS intake. I don't have an exhuast, but I got an ECIS a little while ago and my friends thought I got an exhuast when I floored it past them. If anyone doesn't want to spring for a cat-back they should get an ECIS intake. Just my thoughts. Good luck!
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Thanks man, I will definitely look into that. I have an intake on my list, but I was planning on buying a cosmos one. Anyone have input on the sound quality of them?
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Go with the AA or the UUC, you can't lose either way. The TSE is more quite than the system U, but sound similar at WOT.

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haha. i thought my TSE was pretty loud. i listened to a few sound files of the system U and it didnt seem much louder, but i guess it is. i really like my TSE
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Ok, thanks for all the input. I think I will go with the Twin Silencer.
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