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Old 03-17-2005, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all,

So i am starting to kick around variouse ideas for the M3 and i was wondering how difficult it would be to get a dual exhaust system set up? also any personal thoughts on it? this probably wont be done for a while since my first goal is a big fat turbo but i would like to start gathering info now. Thanks in advance to all info and opinions!

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some stuff from dtmpower.net

http://www.dtmpower.net/forum/showthread.p...ht=dual+exhaust
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I saw this exhaust on ebay a while back on an M3 and i love it
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do you have that exaust mortiorchis???? i have never seen anything like that before. it kinda looks weird. i guess becasue it is just so diffrent
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Not really feeling that exhaust
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Can a E46 M3 exhaust be retrofit for a E36 M3? I would go that direction if possible.
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Well, there are companies that make exhausts for your car, which have the dual exhaust. The real difference is that the right-side exhaust tips are extended from the main muffler chamber through a long pipe rather than both tips coming out from the horizontally positioned muffler of the E46 M3. It is slightly less efficient (3-5hp), but all you need to do to is make a cut for the tips in your bumper. It would probably be impossible or take lots of customization to fit an E46 M3 muffler and definitely would not be worth it. Ironically, Dinan exhausts for the E46 M3 only come out through one side...the other tips are dummy tips, which is why they are painted as otherwise they would color differently.
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Thanks for the great info BMT. if any one else has any thoughts or comments please fire away.

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I saw this exhaust on ebay a while back on an M3 and i love it
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oh hell naw!
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Haha.. shot downnnnnnnnnnnn

I just thought that an angled exit would make a sweet sound as the air passes over it
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The only way I'd dare do that... is do it right... new rear bumper... with a good company... Borla... UUC... AA something of that sort.. you can get the pipes made your self if your willing.. and just get some good muffelers...

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Hi! Man, this is real thing :

EISENHAUS EXHAUST SYSTEM

watch video 5 !!!
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Hi! Man, this is real thing :

EISENHAUS EXHAUST SYSTEM

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i'm pretty sure that's what the guy on dtmpower picked up
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