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Old 02-18-2005, 03:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've got a 1990 535I and want to make it sound more aggresive. If someone could give me some suggestions or even parts in particular that aren't too expensive that would be great. I'm looking for that throatier "Ima f**k you up" sound. If you get what I mean.
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Old 02-18-2005, 03:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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take off your exhaust go straight headers it would be free
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buy an aftermarket exhaust with a throatier tone. i dont know what else you could do?
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Old 02-18-2005, 10:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Do a Goggle search for "Ima f**k you up" BMW exhaust
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yea just run the headers... when i did my motorswap, i was just trying the engine to see if it works, and i turned it on w/out the exhaust, and damn there were 3ft flames shooting out from underneeth the car. it was pretty cool
sounded nice too
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uh just wanted to pitch in my advice and uh.. thats soooo illegal for street
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Debaffling (if possible with your model)- Free
Exhaust- several hundred $
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i like flowmaster for a thoatier sound, and they arent that much either
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i thought flowmasters were for american sports cars and trucks?
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you can use them on anything, they arent made for any specific vehicle. Not many people put them on bimmers, but i personally like the way they sound on a straight six, but that could just be me
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you could always judt put on a CAI...or get a K&N filter to produce a better sound

But debaffling works
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Remember, you have to live with the sound ALL the time. I installed a throatier muffled on my son's 318i and he would happily remove it now. Deep sound is fun every once in a while, but all the time gets on your nerves after a while.
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Remember, you have to live with the sound ALL the time. I installed a throatier muffled on my son's 318i and he would happily remove it now. Deep sound is fun every once in a while, but all the time gets on your nerves after a while.
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a throaty exhaust? gets on your nerves? wow.

Hell, a throaty exhaust would get on my parents nerves...my neighbors nerves... but never mine.
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How exactly does the process of debaffling go, im looking into exhaust systems also, and if it will save a few hundred dollars it would be awesome if someone could explain it to me. Is it to the air box or the exhaust system? Also, do those homemade cai systems with a dinan filter head really have the same as the whole dinan systems?

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