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Old 09-06-2006, 05:32 PM   #1
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exhaust idea

just wondering what would happen if i installed m3 rasp pypes, and m3 rear section. taking into consideration i have supersprint headers???
idea came out because i want to do a quad exhaust, and was thinking what would happen if i did an einseman race m3 exhaust on a supercharged 325?????????
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Old 09-06-2006, 06:33 PM   #2
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Search the forums, this is not the approach most people are taking for quads. I'm pretty sure the M3 rear section won't fit on a non-M... at least without cutting into your trunk or something.

Also, why is this posted in the FI forum?
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Old 09-06-2006, 07:08 PM   #3
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If your thinking of getting the rasp then the answer will a no..

I believe the rasp is part of the ITB and mid pipes. My theory is because even if people try to delete the rasp, its still there just a lot quiter.
I love the rasp
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my car has rasp... I think without cats our cars naturally rasp

I'm running aa headers to a double piped mid section with one resonator and then a muffler...
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Thaqts true, the AA mufflers on non M seem to give a little rasp
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Thaqts true, the AA mufflers on non M seem to give a little rasp
very true, ive got an AA muffler with both resonators deleted and it has a nice little rasp to it.
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It's not only AA mufflers, before when I had my Dinan exhaust w/ both resonators deleted, I got the rasp too..
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u have upsolute chiptuning?oh man. this is not good .u can loose power after a upsolute chiptuning or u maybe lucky.i wasn't .
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what absolute chip tuning are you talking about here???


thing is i am starting to hate my rear bumper, which is an mtech1, im wondering what to do........
any opinions???
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any pics of mteck 2 with the carbon fiber diffuser, and quad exhaust to see how it looks?????
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sorry,it wasn't for you ,it was for kerisabe
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any pics of mteck 2 with the carbon fiber diffuser, and quad exhaust to see how it looks?????
I'm pretty sure bluecougar's car fits all those requirements.
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Old 09-07-2006, 05:14 PM   #15
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that looks nice, but it seems to be its the most comon quad exhaust rear bumper to use...
sorry for posting pics of someone elses car.
but what else can be done????
any other ideas?
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