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anyone know anything about supersprint headers, are they good or bad? Anyone know how much rwhp they will give an obdII M3?

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i hear there really nice...also put out lik 20hp or so(correct me if im wrong)
 

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SS headers are good but they don't fit to stock cats... I rather go for evosport or hiop. no modification.
 

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if ur goin to get them.get a cat too
 

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Supersprint,

Well its one of the few exhaust system manufactures that GUARANTEE that their products provide additional power.

Their quality is in the top range

In terms of BMW aftermarket/tuning companies does following use supersprint:

Hartge, Hamann, Breyton Design, Racing dynamics

or said in another way - if you purchase one of above - will you eventually get supersprint.

And Supersprint fits stock cars.

20 HP additional power - that do I not believe in, but some improved power will you get, that for sure. In fact, if you don't get any additional power, does supersprint offer a world wide money back guarantee.

And hey, pssst, supersprint is avaiable in a store close to you. - Supersprint will be listed after our next major server upgrade.

Josephine
 

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Josephene,
I'm about ready to buy the supersprint muffler for my '99 528i. PM me a price and I'll probably buy in about 30 days. I don't know if I need the connecting pipe also or not. I think Supersprint offerers 2 mufflers and I am looking for the least expensive dual tip muffler I can get. (This is more for appearance than performance because I have a Racing Dynamics rear apron with exhaust cutout.)
 

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Not sure how it works by you Cam, but wouldn't aftermarket headers cause your car to not pass inspection checks?
 

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but i think cam said something once about his car being registered where it didnt matter
 

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right now my car is registered in Utah which has emissions, next year if I can't pass emissions I can just register it in Montana which has no safety or emissions.

emissions is the last thing I care about!!
 

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Lucky lucky lucky!
 

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if im not wrong arizona doesnt have emissions either...mayb i should go register my car there
 

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registering in AZ when you live in CA is hard to justify... I had a friend who tried to do that to get around having to smog his SR20DET powered 240SX (they have frightfully inadequate cats)

he ended up having to bite the bullet and get a racing cat.
 

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ive heard its possible you claim that you live in az and drive to la to work...i think a friend of mine knew somone who did that
 

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arizona does have emissions. if your car is less than 5 years old, then no emissions is required, however, if your car is older than 5 years old, you are required emissions every other year

but the emissions here in arizona aren't as strict as california
 

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Cam,

Supersprint does only have the rear muffler for your US spec M3 through Supersprint North America.

If you want to go further in this, please let me know.

Bummer, the only 2 parts in my catalogue that is strictly Supersprint North America.

Josephine
 
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