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Old 04-02-2004, 04:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I found this forum in my searches on the net, and thought I'd ask you all a question...

Just last weekend, I was on the highway and I was cruisin with this 330Ci with quite possibly the weirdest exhaust i've ever seen on an bimmer... heh sorry i dont have pics, so I'll try to describe it. it had two rectangular tips, about 2.5-3" high and maybe 5-6" wide, centered on the rear bumper...like not in it, but below it. Aside from being lowered about 1-1.5", the car didn't have any other noticeable mods. If you were looking at the car from the back, flat on, the tips would be angled a bit upwards, and you'd be able to see the pipes going a bit down (going towards the front) and to either side of the diff and over the rear axle. It had a sort of a Hamann-ish exhaust note, but was a bit deeper, more full, and a little more raspy. I asked this on another forum (www.e46fanatics.com) but when someone suggested that it was a Hartge exhaust and I noticed that it wasn't, the thread didnt get anywhere...

Does anyone know of such an exhaust system?

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sounds like Hartge, they usually have rectangle type echaust. and the sound is real deap, but Ihave never heard of a raspy Hartge exhaust before.
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yea that's what i thought when the guy suggested that it may be, but i looked aroud on their site and the only dual-center exhaust system i found was this one, for the M3, and they're small and rounded compared to what i saw. maybe he got the exhaust system then just stuck on some new tips...



as for the exhaust note...it sounded kinda raspy to me, but for all I know it could have been the typical Hartge sound...i wouldn't know cause i've never heard one in real life, so i have nothing to compare it to. It definitely did have a deep note to it tho. it sounded so wonderful
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