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Old 02-18-2006, 02:06 PM   #21
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If you guys want, you can listen to my sound clip:



That's my pre-production Highline exhaust with Magnaflow center resonators and catback piping. Not sure how close it will sound to the finished system, but suffice it to say highline knows how to make a bad ass exhaust
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i like! m3 app please!
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Old 02-18-2006, 06:55 PM   #22
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Old 02-18-2006, 10:51 PM   #23
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Any body has a price on this exhaust? TIA
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Old 02-19-2006, 02:28 AM   #25
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I'll take good care of you when it comes out Carlos, no worries
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Old 02-19-2006, 12:16 PM   #26
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Old 02-19-2006, 09:06 PM   #27
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any ETA (for M3 apps)?
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Old 02-19-2006, 09:18 PM   #28
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This is available for 325/330 models. Sale will most likely start in a few weeks if all goes well. We have already done roadtesting. One car has already been running it for close to 8 months already.

We have sounds clips of the setup on many differently configured cars which will be posted later.
Why did I see that one coming. (Something suddenly went limp..... )

Can us 328/323 guys get a break??!
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Why did I see that one coming. (Something suddenly went limp..... )

Can us 328/323 guys get a break??!

323/328 can run the unit if you have your local muffler shop cut out the pipe up till the first resonator. The 323/328 are dual pipe till they reach the first resonator, if the shop continues the dual piping by throwing out all the stock piping after the first resonator then you will be fine.


As for the m3 unit. I can say this, its more complex than just a muffler canister, some additional wiring is required.
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i couldnt really get a good feel for how loud the exhaust is, im kinda interested, but how loud is this exhaust compared to others? i'm looking for a low to medium loudness,
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323/328 can run the unit if you have your local muffler shop cut out the pipe up till the first resonator. The 323/328 are dual pipe till they reach the first resonator, if the shop continues the dual piping by throwing out all the stock piping after the first resonator then you will be fine.


As for the m3 unit. I can say this, its more complex than just a muffler canister, some additional wiring is required.

Hmmm, my interest has been restored. I'll keep this in mind....
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i couldnt really get a good feel for how loud the exhaust is, im kinda interested, but how loud is this exhaust compared to others? i'm looking for a low to medium loudness,

The muffler keeps all resonators in place, because it is always easier to delete resonators and increase loudness to your preference than it is to add resonators to quiet it down. That being said this exhaust was designed to have a medium sport sound.
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323/328 can run the unit if you have your local muffler shop cut out the pipe up till the first resonator. The 323/328 are dual pipe till they reach the first resonator, if the shop continues the dual piping by throwing out all the stock piping after the first resonator then you will be fine.


As for the m3 unit. I can say this, its more complex than just a muffler canister, some additional wiring is required.
wiring is reqired for the m3 app? interesting... anymore details?
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What kind of exhaust needs wiring (I already know the answer, but for the sake of socratic method, I pose the question)

Also, I have this exhaust on my 328 - the shop did the install for only $150 piping included. Then I bought the magnaflow resonators which were $100ish.

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Could highline please post sound clips of the exhaust on a stock car?
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Old 02-20-2006, 05:10 AM   #36
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Could highline please post sound clips of the exhaust on a stock car?
mine..
the clip is up there (this thread).. mine has this exhaust on a stock car..
well not 100% stock i have a gruppe m in there but.. u can't really hear it

this exhaust is SICK guys ive gotten TONS AND TONS of looks and compliments
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any ETA (for M3 apps)?
I think it should be out in 2 or 3 months, don't quote me on that though. I ran the prototype for a week.. it was AWESOME.
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Old 02-20-2006, 06:37 PM   #38
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you think it would be too loud if i just ran striaght pipes back to it?
i completely forgot that theres twopipes before the #1 res
i just had them make a y adaptor and do one pipe all the way back on my sedan
i'm contemplating doing two sep pipes now that you said that...
anyone know if theres any benefits to two?
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Yummy. Quad lion tips would be so . If you wanna sell a quad version of this for non-Ms, I'm up for it.

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Old 02-22-2006, 02:18 PM   #40
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What kind of exhaust needs wiring (I already know the answer, but for the sake of socratic method, I pose the question)

Also, I have this exhaust on my 328 - the shop did the install for only $150 piping included. Then I bought the magnaflow resonators which were $100ish.

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only one i can think of is the kreig-sis (sp)?
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