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#1 (permalink) Old 01-13-2005, 04:39 PM
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Hey guys
Here i go posting once again on the same topic....EXHUASTSSSSS
Omg its an on going discussion. Theres a site out there that has the top 10 exhuasts....with specs and a sound file...hmm ok thats nice, And thankyou...
A guy I know has a magna flow exhuast for his m3...sounds nice and all...buts its magna flow...they put that shit on ricers...///m's are not ricers...What is THE BEST...exhuast...for deep sounding exhuast w/o being to "american"....what does magna flow produce too...do they make a lot of these big name exhuasts....I just dont respect or want any of that american CRAP on my car...its quality...not NOISE POLUTION!...lol ok im done...


I need performance but if it means my car is gonna sound like some peice of shit ricer forget it....Im starting to think I just might have to go with dinan...BUT THERES NO SOUND FILES FOR A DINAN EXHUAST!!! ARGGGG.

I NEEED HELP AND QUICK!!!

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dinan is just a gutted stock exhaust, get an aa or uuc exhaust, AA is a very reputable bmw tuner that has been in the business for years, there stuff isn't crap, the uuc exhaust i've never heard anything bad about it, either of those two will give you a non-rice sound, but no exhaust is going to give you big hp gains

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dinan is just a gutted stock exhaust, get an aa or uuc exhaust, AA is a very reputable bmw tuner that has been in the business for years, there stuff isn't crap, the uuc exhaust i've never heard anything bad about it, either of those two will give you a non-rice sound, but no exhaust is going to give you big hp gains

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hey
ya thanks I think ive decided on AA i was talking to one of the co-owners today.
awsome guy i must say... Answered any qustions I had for him...and didnt try to make a sell just educating me more on AA and other leading bmw aftermarket parts.

I think im deffffinelty going with AA.

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Unfortunately, you are paying for a bit of weight savings and a cool sound.
Bad hp value for the buck, BMW really knows what they are doing when it comes to exhaust!
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Actually the Active Autowerke exhaust is very loud. I know an individual who took his Active Autowerke exhaust off and put back his OEM exhaust, because it was way too loud.

If you want a really good sounding exhaust, I'd recommened going with an Eisenmann Race Exhaust. Feel free to go to www.klangford.com to hear sound clips of various exhausts on E46 M3 vehicles.

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Hey guys
Here i go posting once again on the same topic....EXHUASTSSSSS
Omg its an on going discussion. Theres a site out there that has the top 10 exhuasts....with specs and a sound file...hmm ok thats nice, And thankyou...
A guy I know has a magna flow exhuast for his m3...sounds nice and all...buts its magna flow...they put that shit on ricers...///m's are not ricers...What is THE BEST...exhuast...for deep sounding exhuast w/o being to "american"....what does magna flow produce too...do they make a lot of these big name exhuasts....I just dont respect or want any of that american CRAP on my car...its quality...not NOISE POLUTION!...lol ok im done...


I need performance but if it means my car is gonna sound like some peice of shit ricer forget it....Im starting to think I just might have to go with dinan...BUT THERES NO SOUND FILES FOR A DINAN EXHUAST!!! ARGGGG.

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Uh oh....some1 said too loud....sssshit..can you explain. Im about to own an e36 m3. You sure were talking about the same one?

I might add i own a 328is right now with stock exhuast...and it piss's me off cuz its like its trying to hide its power...For my ///M i want something that screams (dont fuck with this) all over it . Like I said were not looking for ricy zip zip bull shit....were looking for somthing straight up awsome.


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go to aa tuning and listen to the exhuast clip IMO its the best exhuast out there

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What I care about most is the sound and not loosing power. I just want to know which exhaust will sound the best and meanest. UUC system U, Supersprint, HIOP/Evosport, and B&B Tri-Flo exhausts are what im really looking at. I KNOW ABOUT THE EUROPEAN CAR TEST AND SHOUND CLIPS. But those sound clips suck and you cant go by those. So if anyone owns the above exhausts tell me what you really think. OR which is the best.
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Originally posted by bmwforumerm3@Jan 16 2005, 02:13 PM
Uh oh....some1 said too loud....sssshit..can you explain. Im about to own an e36 m3. You sure were talking about the same one?

I might add i own a 328is right now with stock exhuast...and it piss's me off cuz its like its trying to hide its power...For my ///M i want something that screams (dont fuck with this) all over it . Like I said were not looking for ricy zip zip bull shit....were looking for somthing straight up awsome.


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Well, the Eisenmann exhaust is what you want. There are 3 different levels of the Eisenmann exhaust. There is the Sport version, Race version, & Meisterschaft version. The exhausts are listed from most quiet to loudest, respectively.

However, the Meisterschaft exhaust comes with a Titanium tip finish - a blueish tip. Exhaust is very expensive & VERY VERY loud. If you want to save your money, you can go with the Eisenmann Race Exhaust + the Section 1 & 2 midpipes.

If you're interested let me know, I can sell you a brand new Eisenmann Race exhaust for $1425 shipped. Retail is $1600 shipped. Their site is: www.eisenhaus.com

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Has anyone asked what year his M3 is?

If you are still under warranty like I am then i'd say stick to Dinan.

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Im sorry guys.

Im buying an E36 1995 m3...gonna be black on black with vaders.

Ok so looks like some guys trying to sell me so eiseinfmeod w/e exhuast..

the guy up there says.Im looking at BB tri flow i believe he said supersprint as well... I heard supersprint is kinda weak at the top end, is this true?

Any1 more info on AA exhuast.

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Im sorry guys.

Im buying an E36 1995 m3...gonna be black on black with vaders.

Ok so looks like some guys trying to sell me so eiseinfmeod w/e exhuast..

the guy up there says.Im looking at BB tri flow i believe he said supersprint as well... I heard supersprint is kinda weak at the top end, is this true?

Any1 more info on AA exhuast.
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Not sure how Supersprint is, since I don't deal with them. However, Eisenmann is the opposite, good at low end, but once you reach the higher RPMs it'll definetly scream. If you're interested in a unit, let me know.

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