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#1 (permalink) Old 07-10-2006, 04:54 AM
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Best exhaust for 2005 M3 0km new!

What type of exhaust do you recommend for a 2005 E46 M3 with 0km. New car. The price doesnt matter.

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Dinan's got a good one. http://www.dinanbmw.com



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I couldn't disagree more on the DINAN. In fact, I was at DINAN's HQ this morning. I'm still not impressed.
Go with Eisenhaus, Active Autowerke or the new Rogue El Diablo.
We sell the first 2 and are trying to get set up with Rogue for the 3rd one
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Eisemann is really good. My friend had that one. He wanted to be a smart ass about weight and then switched to the Gruppe M titanium. Bad move. It's very lightweight but stupid ridiclous loud. He still regrets his decision. I need to check in on him to see if he ever got rid of the Gruppe M.


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I have heard great things about Eisenmann and Rogue's new Diablo.


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Eisemann is really good. My friend had that one. He wanted to be a smart ass about weight and then switched to the Gruppe M titanium. Bad move. It's very lightweight but stupid ridiclous loud. He still regrets his decision. I need to check in on him to see if he ever got rid of the Gruppe M.
The Gruppe M is NOT that loud. I've been to Mid-Ohio and VIR with an M3 a few times (great guy but I don't think he's on here) and that exhaust was pure sex. IF I ever get an M3 (which I'm really going to try I think...) that's the exhaust I'm getting.
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It's LOUD. The Eisenmann is much more tame and appropriate for that car. A good tone and something that doesn't scream all the time. The titanium Gruppe M just isn't good at muffling any sound if you ask me.


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I couldn't disagree more on the DINAN. In fact, I was at DINAN's HQ this morning. I'm still not impressed.
Go with Eisenhaus, Active Autowerke or the new Rogue El Diablo.
We sell the first 2 and are trying to get set up with Rogue for the 3rd one
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Could you explain a little more on why you don't like the Dinan product?



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It's LOUD. The Eisenmann is much more tame and appropriate for that car. A good tone and something that doesn't scream all the time. The titanium Gruppe M just isn't good at muffling any sound if you ask me.
Hmmm, maybe that's why I liked it. I really thought it sounded exstatic, and I'm not a fan of obnoxious exhaust systems.
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